Teppanyaki Table | How To Cook Japanese Teppanyaki?
Teppanyaki is a Japanese style cooking food; "teppan" refers to electric teppanyaki grill or griddle used for cooking, and "yaki" means barbecue. There are no fixed rules for making teppanyaki, but the meals should be cooked around the teppanyaki table and shared together. Put the meat, vegetables, sauces and condiments on the table, and each person chooses, cooks and decorates his own dishes.
Preheat an teppanyaki grill or griddle to medium-high, 375 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lightly coat the cooking surface with oil.
Dip the meat in soy sauce and place it on the teppanyaki table. Cook for three to four minutes.
Turn the meat over and cook for another three to four minutes, or until the meat is cooked through.
When roasting meat, place the vegetables on the hot grill. Cook for three to five minutes, stirring often with a spatula. Popular teppanyaki vegetables include carrots, onions, bean sprouts, zucchini and mushrooms.
Serve in portions on their respective plates.
Everyone will add their own sauces and condiments. Eat plum sauce, tempeh sauce or chili sauce with soy sauce to enhance the flavor of teppanyaki.
Use your teppanyaki table to fry your side dishes, like fried rice or soba noodles, with meat and vegetables on the side.