My style Japanese Sukiyaki Dipping Sauce

My husband loves Sukiyaki style hot pot at home. It’s easy and more simple for him, not as much varieties and preparation as those as Chinese style hotpot. This is the dipping sauce I made him and he really likes it. Note: this is not the traditional Japanese Sukiyaki dipping sauce so don’t complain! 

So yea, we were having Sukiyaki tonight for dinner to put a beautiful end to our 4-day Easter holiday. Here it’s how I prepare the dipping sauce:

For each serve –


1 Egg yolk
1 tsp Mirin
Half tsp sugar
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp soy sauce paste/oyster sauce
1 tsp soy sauce
1 tbsp Japanese Soba sauce
Pinch of toasted sesame seeds
Pinch of chopped spring onion

>> Add everything to a dip saucer

Ready to go!


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Cindy Cecilia Ngo aka Slowey ♡A Busy stay home mom of 2 ♡ ♧ Hobby Baker♧ ◇Casual dinner recipes by Cindy Cecilia Ngo◇ ◇Cake by Cindy Cecilia Ngo◇ ☆Multi-cultural homemade dinner/desserts☆ A little bit of my background: - from Hong Kong. Living in Sydney since 2004. - Majored studying Business, Japanese and Patisserie - work experience before trapped by 2 kids : Marketing assistance, Marketing Contractor, Cold-call girl, Barista, Baker, Waitress, Cafe All-rounder, Bartender, Chef of my own Bistro and Pastry Chef

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