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600 g sliced beef (kobe)
500 g vegetables thick sliced
(Onion, Mushrooms, Green pepper, Corn, Potato (boiled), Spring onion, Leek, Okra, Squash etc.)
Lettuce leaves
Yakiniku sauce (see below)
2 cloves garlic
sesame oil
1 lemon (dipping sauce for salt based yakiniku sauce)

(If possible, prepare these ingredients and dishes.)
Cooked rice

1. Rest the meat in a freezer for 1 hour then slice. (about 5 mm to 1cm)
2. Prepare all vegetables (thick slice) then place them in a serving dish.
3. Wash the lettuce and place them in a serving dish.
4. In a bowl, put sliced meat, Yakiniku sauce (1 tbsp for 200g meat), grated garlic and sesame oil then mix with your hand to roose the meat and spread the sauce evenly.
5. Spread the meat and place on the dish.
6. Pour little yakiniku sauce to the small bowl for dipping sauce.

"...and start grilling"

Making Yakiniku sauce

Yakiniku sauce (soy sauce based)
1/4 onion
1 clove garlic
1/4 apple peeled and cored
2 tbsp white wine
200ml soy sauce
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp honey
1 tsp lemon juice
2 tsp roast sesame seed lightly ground
1. Process onion, garlic and apple in food processor.
2. In a pan, put wine and heat to boil. Add soy sauce, sugar, honey and (1) then simmer for 20 minutes with low heat stirring occasionally.
3. Add lemon juice and sesame seed then cool down.
(You can store this sauce 3 weeks in a fridge.)

Yakiniku sauce (salt based)
1 small onion
1 clove garlic
3 tbsp white wine
1 tbsp sea salt
2 tsp honey
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 tbsp lemon juice
1 tbsp roast sesame seed (lightly ground)
3 spring onion very finely chopped
1. Process onion and garlic in food processor.
2. In a pan, put wine and (1). Cook for about 3 minutes with stirring. Add sea salt, honey, sesame oil and lemon juice thtn cook for another 1 mimute.
3. Cool down and add sesame seed and finely chopped spring onion.
(You can store this sauce few days in a fridge.)
Use lemon juice instead of dipping sauce, in case you use this sauce.


Anonymous said...

I have been searching for a good recipe and I think this one is a very good one for Yakiniku. I love cooking and so I am always looking for good recipes to add to my collection.

SuperSix said...

I LOVE yakiniko and ALWAYS wanted the recipe. My friend from Japan would make it for me when they visited but lately I've wanted to make it myself. THANKS for sharing the recipe. It is sooooo good!

daazninvazn said...

Uhmmmm do we put the processed onion, apple, and garlic clove into the sauce?

M_31_TY said...

What the different of soy sauce based and salt based?

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