How to Slice Meat Thinly – Tea Time with Nami (Ep 6)

How to Slice Meat Thinly - Tea Time with Nami (Ep 6)
Japanese cooking requires thinly sliced meat for many recipes. Here’s how to slice meat thinly for delicious Japanese dishes like Sukiyaki, Okonomiyaki, and Gyudon!

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Recipes with Thinly Sliced Meat (Search the recipe name on the website)

* Thinly Sliced Beef *
– Baby Carrot Beef Roll
– Beef Udon
– Bulgogi
– Gyudon
– Japchae (Korean Stir Fried Noodles)
– Nikujaga (Beef and Potato Stew)
– Shabu Shabu
– Sukiyaki
– Teriyaki Steak Rolls

* Thinly Sliced Pork Loin *
– Crispy Tonkatsu Donburi
– Ginger Pork (Shogayaki)
– Hot Pot for One
– Miso Ginger Pork
– Potato Salad Pork Roll
– Soy Milk Hot Pot

* Thinly Sliced Pork Belly *
– BBQ Pork Belly
– Goya Champuru
– Honey Pork Belly
– Mille-Feuille Nabe
– Miso Soup with Yuzu Kosho
– Okonomiyaki
– Pressure Cooker Pork Belly (Kakuni)
– Tonjiru (Pork Miso Soup)
– Yaki Udon
– Yakisoba (Japanese Stir Fried Noodles)

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How to Slice Meat Thinly – Tea Time with Nami (Ep 6)

15 thoughts on “How to Slice Meat Thinly – Tea Time with Nami (Ep 6)”

  1. Thank you,your tips are always very good. I learn a lot about Japanese cooking. Arigatou!

  2. This is yet another reason why I should sharpen my knife. Damn…I don’t feel like doing it. I’m so lazy…

  3. This is a really helpful tip for when I bring homemade food to my parents. I'll definitely try it when making Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki for my mother. As always, it's such a delight to watch your videos, Nami-san. Have a wonderful evening!

  4. Hi Name, I hope you are doing well. Thank you for the tip of putting the meat in the freezer so it is firm to slice thinly. I always enjoy your Tea Time ♥

  5. Thanks, this video is excellent. Our butchers do not sell the meat in such thin slices, so I generally cut the meat myself. But this will help to get it super thin! Thanks for the tip☺👍😉

  6. Oh wow Nami , thank you so very much for sharing us this method of cutting thinly sliced meat❤❤ I always wanted to do it on my own but didn't know the technique , but now I know and can't wait to try out this method for my shabu-shabu <3!!

  7. Good morning Nami wonderful video thank you for showing me how to slice meat finely. Have a great day!

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