|The purpose of this study was to develop a cooking method for skate pipyun made from skate skin and water. As the gel formation conditions, several skin contents (30∼60%) and cooking times (10, 14, and 18 min) were determined. Test for quality characteristics of pipyuns was carried out by measuring texture, water content and pH, sensory evaluation, and heat stability of pipyun gel: five samples (S2: 40%, 10 min, S3: 50%, 10 min, S6: 40%, 14 min, S9: 30%, 18 min, S10: 40%, 18 min) with appropriate gel texture were selected based on their hardness, adhesiveness, and springiness. There was no difference in color among the five pipyuns. Hardness, chewiness, and gumminess of pipyuns significantly increased depending on skate skin content and cooking time. Water contents were significantly higher in S2 (83.40%) and S6 (82.97%). The pH levels of pipyuns appeared to be weakly alkali in the range of 8.17∼8.71. In the sensory evaluation, S2 was the most preferred overall with significantly higher evaluation of transparence, gloss, and smoothness. The stability of gels S2 and S9 decreased during storage at 10℃ for 8 hours, and at 20℃ for 60 min. Therefore, heating a mixture of 40% skate skin with 60% water for 10 min is recommended as optimum conditions for producing skate pipyun.