Suki-Ni is a home-cooked dish.
You put whatever (usually beef and vegetables) in a pan and braise them in sweet soy sauce based broth.
Nothing fancy, but it is an ultimate comfort food for me.
This was made with A-GE (fried soy), Daikon radish, Napa cabbage, carrots, scallion, and Ito-kon noodles, etc.
I was excited making Suki-Ni, but I knew there was something I could add to make it even better.
A vegan yolk.
This is a little Japanese of me (lol).