a Japanese dish of thinly sliced meat, onions, and other vegetables cooked quickly, often at table, with soy sauce, sake, sugar, etc.
Origin of sukiyakiJpn, probably from sukimi, thinly sliced meat ( from suku, to slice thinly + mi, meat) + yaki, nominal form of yaku, to broil
A Japanese dish of sliced meat, tofu, and vegetables, usually cooked at the table in a mixture of soy sauce, sugar, and mirin and sometimes dipped in raw, beaten egg before being eaten.
Origin of sukiyakiJapanese suki strip ( from suku to be thin ) yaku to roast
From Japanese é‹¤ç„¼ã (ã™ãã‚„ã, sukiyaki) or å¥½ãç„¼ã (ã™ãã‚„ã, sukiyaki)