How to Make Beef Rice Bowl with Egg, A Luxurious Menu that is Easy to Make within 5 minutes.

How to Make Beef Rice Bowl with Egg, A Luxurious Menu that is Easy to Make within 5 minutes.
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Beef Rice Bowl with Egg, greasy eggs or gyudon, a popular menu for Japanese food lovers, can fit flour, concentrated soy sauce (koikuchi) and ai mirin ( sweet cooking sake ) from Kikkoman . It’s good because both of these items can actually make a lot of menus.

This concentrated soy sauce (koikuchi) has 5 flavors in one bottle: sour, sweet, salty, bitter and umami. It can be made into many dishes, whether it’s marinated or grilled, stewed, added to the soup, or simply poured into boiled eggs. delicious

As for Ayi Mirin ( sweet cooking sake ) , it is one of the main condiments in most Japanese dishes. It is used in conjunction with soy sauce. It tastes a little sweet, making the dish more mellow. Ariyaki, rice, sukiyaki, gyudon or soup dishes

Ingredients

  • 200 grams of beef slices
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 90 ml of water
  • 2 tablespoons Japanese soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons of mirin
  • 1/2 cup dashi
  • 2 teaspoons sesame oil
  • 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
  • 1 chicken egg
  • red pickled ginger for garnish
  • spring onions for garnish
  • Japanese cayenne pepper for topping
  • Japanese steamed rice

How to make Beef Rice

Set a pot over medium heat, add water, Japanese soy sauce, Mirin, dashi, sugar, sesame oil, stir until dissolved and bring to a boil.

Add onion Boil until the onions begin to cook and become soft.

Put beef slices into it. Boil until cooked to your liking.

This is just delicious.

Ladle into bowls over hot steamed rice. Place a raw egg yolk on it. (Eat raw egg yolks)

Place pickled ginger and sprinkle spring onions to add beauty.

It’s done. Beef rice or gyudon. Let me tell you, it’s very delicious. If you like a little spicy, you can sprinkle Japanese cayenne pepper into it.

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