Beef

  • Beef Vegetables

    Scrumptious Beef & Carrot

    The flavour of most typical Japanese dishes is created with Sugar, Soy Sauce and Mirin. This flavour is something I crave every now and then. This ‘Beef & Carrot’ is seasoned with those three. It has no special element, yet it tastes so good to me. With freshly cooked Rice and a comforting soup, and …

  • Beef Mazegohan Mushrooms

    Beef & Asian Mushroom Mazegohan with Gochujang

    ‘Mazegohan’ is a Japanese rice dish. Rice and other ingredients are cooked separately and mixed together. This is a Korean inspired ‘Mazegohan’ that I used Gochujang (Korean Spicy Miso) for seasoning. It’s spicy but only slightly. You might be interested in Japanese flavoured ‘Asian Mushroom Mazegohan’ and ‘Asian Mushrooms & Garlic Mazegohan’. Makes 4 Servings …

  • Beef Other Soup

    Beef & Wakame Soup

    I have a fond memory attached to this soup as one of my sisters frequently made this soup for our family members. She always used Beef Mince, which sometimes caused me coughing because the tiny pieces of Beef went to wrong way. I prefer using thinly sliced Beef. I wonder if my sister is still …

  • Beef Takikomigohan

    ‘Yakiniku’ Beef Takikomigohan

    ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce is a dipping sauce for Japanese style BBQ, but ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce can be used as a seasoning sauce for many dishes. The other day, I shared my Fried Rice recipe. This is a Takikomigohan recipe. Again, to season the dish, you only need ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce, nothing else. Using a rice cooker, this dish …

  • Beef Donburi (Rice Bowl)

    ‘Yakiniku’ Beef Rice Bowl

    This is my Korean Bibimbap-inspired rice bowl, that can be made easily if you have ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce. Today I added leftover Spinach ‘Namul’ and Carrot ‘Namul’, both are Korean style dishes, but you can add stir-fried Vegetables of your choice, and you can season the stir-fry with ‘Yakiniku’ Sauce as well. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients …

  • Beef Chicken Pork Vegetables

    Oven-baked ‘Golubtsi’ Burgers

    These oven-baked patties are almost identical to the patties of Asa’s ‘Golubtsi’, which is described by Asa, a person who gave me the recipe, as a ‘lazy’ form of Cabbage Rolls. I named these patties ‘Golubtsi’ Burgers and I added Instant Oats instead of Cooked Rice and Breadcrumbs because my husband is currently trying not …

  • Beef Vegetables

    Scrumptious Beef & Konnyaku (Konjac)

    The other day, someone cooked my ‘Kimpira’ Konnyaku (Konjac) and shared the photo of the dish, and that made me feel very nostalgic because the dish always makes me think about my grandmother. Today I cooked Konnyaku (Konjac) with Beef. The dish has similar flavour to ‘Kimpira’ Konnyaku (Konjac), but more complex. You got to …

  • Beef Pork Vegetables

    Cabbage Rolls

    Cabbage Rolls are much easier to prepare than you think, though you need large Cabbage leaves. I often use uncooked Sausages for the stuffing, but today I made the stuffing using Pork Mince. I heard that Ukrainian people often add Cooked Rice to the mixture, so I added 1 cupful of Cooked Rice. I think …

  • Beef Mushrooms Pork

    Mushroom Stuffed Meat Rolls

    Thinly sliced Pork and Beef are commonly available in Japan, and it would be easy to prepare this Ukrainian inspired dish. However, here in Melbourne where I live, thinly sliced Pork and Beef are not easy to find. Some Asian grocery stores sell them, but you need to be careful because those thinly sliced Pork …

  • Beef Chicken Dough Lamb Pork

    ‘Chebureki’ Deep-fried Meat Stuffed Pastry

    I heard Ukrainian people’s favourite street food is ‘Chebureki’, Deep-fried Meat Stuffed Pastry. They say any minced Meat can be used. As I heard that Pork is very popular in Ukraine, I decided to use Pork Mince today, though I though Lamb Mince would be really yummy. Anyway, I tried to make everything simple. I …

  • Beef Harusame & Rice Noodles Vegetables

    Stir-fried Beef & Harusame

    The thin noodles made from Potato starch or Mung Bean starch are called ‘Harusame’ in Japanese, but there are many different names in different countries. Many people pre-cook these noodles when stir-fry, but it is unnecessary. I don’t pre-cook them. Soak them in water while you are preparing other ingredients. The rehydrated ‘Harusame’ noodles can …

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