Gyūdon consists of beef and onions served over a bowl of rice and is considered one of Japan’s most popular and inexpensive fast-food meals.
Short Plate / Shabu Shabu sliced (1.5mm) / US / Corn-fed 200g
Ebara OMOTENASHI No Tamari Shoyu Sukiyaki Sauce 6 table spoon
Ginger 1 piece
- Slice the meat to bite-size ( 3 to 4 cm).
- Slice the ginger thinly.
- In the pan, add the sauce, ginger, and meat and cook.
- Do not touch the meat and wait for the lye to come out. Once you see the lye, turn the fire to medium heat and cook for 5 minutes.
- Once cooked, remove from the pan and add on the rice.
(Note: Do not add all the sauce to the rice as otherwise, it will turn the rice soggy.)
Recipe from Spoonful Japanese Instructor Chiyomi Kawasaki
Created using meat from Anzu Meat Factory