Japanese Style Beef Stew (Sukiyaki)

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Difficulty Level Cooking Time
20 mins

Japanese Style Beef Stew (Sukiyaki)

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Difficulty Level Cooking Time
20 mins
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Did you know?
In Japanese cuisine, glass noodles are called "harusame", literally "spring rain". Unlike Chinese glass noodles, they are usually made from potato starch. They are commonly used to make salads, or as an ingredient in hot pot dishes. They are also often used to make Japanese adaptations of Chinese and Korean dishes.
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Did you know?
In Japanese cuisine, glass noodles are called "harusame", literally "spring rain". Unlike Chinese glass noodles, they are usually made from potato starch. They are commonly used to make salads, or as an ingredient in hot pot dishes. They are also often used to make Japanese adaptations of Chinese and Korean dishes.

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