How to Prepare Appetizing Japanese Beef Rice

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Japanese Beef Rice. Japanese Gyudon, thinly sliced fatty beef cooked in a slightly sweet mixture of mirin and soy sauce served over rice. Topped with an egg, Gyudon is the best! Melt butter in a large saute pan over medium-low heat.

Japanese Beef Rice I cook this meal when I have full schedule with kids' activities until dinner time. Japanese Beef and Rice (Beef Takikomi Gohan) is so tasty that I always eat too much rice. It is a great rice dish and is perfect for a bento box too. You wind up brewing sauté Japanese Beef Rice adopting 11 prescription so 5 steps. Here is how you do justice.

prescription of Japanese Beef Rice

  1. Prepare 300-200 g of beef.
  2. It's 1 tablespoon of soy sauce.
  3. You need 1 tablespoon of sugar.
  4. Prepare 1 tablespoon of Mirin or water.
  5. You need 1 teaspoon of grated ginger.
  6. It's 2 cup (400 ml) of sticky rice.
  7. You need 1 tablespoon of soy sauce.
  8. You need 1/2 tablespoon of sugar.
  9. You need 1 teaspoon of Dashi powder(if you have).
  10. Prepare 300 ml of water.
  11. Prepare 1.5 tablespoon of sesame oil.

First, combine the beef with salt, water, baking soda, dark soy sauce (mushroom flavored preferred), cornstarch, and oil in a bowl and stir until well-incorporated. Set aside. (We added a bit of water to marinate the beef, which generally is a no-no for beef…but for this fried rice dish, it keeps the small morsels of beef juicy and tender!) Wash rice with cold water. Add beef and boil until beef reaches desired doneness. Fried rice is typically very easy to make but a little hard to make it taste great.

Japanese Beef Rice separately

  1. Cook beef with a little salt until softened. Divide beef into small pieces. Soak rice in water for more than 1 hour..
  2. Cook beef with soy sauce, sugar, Mirin and ginger..
  3. Make cooking soup..
  4. Cook in rice cooker putting beef on rice and add sesame oil..
  5. I like this beef rice Onigiri. Enjoy 👍💕.

But the more you make it, the better it gets! Beef and pickled ginger is my favorite fried rice combination, but if you don't like or cannot find pickled ginger, try regular pickles. Japanese fried rice is often served with grilled chicken at restaurants. My favorite variant is to use leftover roasted chicken with the fried rice. It makes it a complete dish.