Tomato Sukiyaki 108kcal / per person

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category VegetablesSee the Related Food Category Page
recipe number 21092
cooking time 20 minutes
comment This dish contains tomatoes and onions and is easily cooked by preparing the seasonings that go with them. If you have never cooked Japanese food, start with this dish first.
image Bite into a whole tomato and your mouth is filled with delicious tomato juice. Discover the new and unique taste of this sukiyaki style dish.
Tomatoes (45g piece) 6 pieces
Onions 200 g
Water 1/2 cup
Soy sauce 3 and 1/3 tsp
Sugar 1/2 tbsp
Mirin 1/2 tbsp
Oil 1 tsp
Powdered sansho (pepper)
Powdered sansho pepper is not essential, if not available.
to taste

Cut off the top of the tomatoes and make a cut on the skin. Dip in boiling water and then, in cold water, peel by slipping the skin off.

Cut the onion along lengthwise into 5-mm width pieces. Put the oil in a non-stick frying pan and stir-fry the onion.

When the onion has browned and become soft, add the water, soy sauce, mirin and sugar, and cook. Add the (1) tomato and cook slowly on low heat. Place the onion and tomato on a plate, pour the soup over them, and sprinkle with the powdered sansho.

technique Use smaller tomatoes. Sauté the onions until tender without using oil. Instead, sauté them in the water released by the onions when cooked in a non-stick frying pan.
  1. Cut off the top of the tomatoes and make a cut on the skin. Dip in boiling water and then, in cold water, peel by slipping the skin off.
  2. Cut the onion along lengthwise into 5-mm width pieces. Put the oil in a non-stick frying pan and stir-fry the onion.
  3. When the onion has browned and become soft, add the water, soy sauce, mirin and sugar, and cook. Add the (1) tomato and cook slowly on low heat. Place the onion and tomato on a plate, pour the soup over them, and sprinkle with the powdered sansho.