Yakiniku [ Japanese Grilled Meat or BBQ ]

Yakiniku [ Japanese Grilled Meat or BBQ ]

Yakiniku [ Japanese Grilled Meat or BBQ ]

Craving for Japanese food in this cold and windy day,
Yakiniku is the only option I got since I don't have much Japanese ingredients in my kitchen..
and beef is the easy thing to get in the nearest supermarket. 

1# Ingredients for marinating and sauce :

Put them all in a sauce pan

150ml Kikkoman soy sauce
1/2 cup Mirin
3 tbs Ketjap Manis or sweet soya sauce (some people use brown sugar)
2 cloves of garlic chopped finely
3 cm ginger chopped finely
1 tbs sesame seeds
1/2 cup of Sake, you can replace this with dry sherry or white wine (but I don't have any in my storage room so for this one I didn't use at all)
1 tbs sugar if you like or honey

Put them all in a sauce pan, boil with slow heat and let it shimmer , check the flavor and add what you might think necessary, and set aside and let it cool down.. And strain

2# Ingredients: 

850gr  Beef Sirloin, or whatever part you wanna use, just make sure not the hard one.. slice them thinly..so every piece will have more surface area and will cook faster

3 Onions sliced
3 cloves of garlic chopped finely
1 Red peppers sliced ( I only had red peppers in my fridge hehehe)
Olive oil ( regular , not the virgin nor extra virgin, it will spoiled the taste)

When everything ready, the sauce and the beef
Put the sliced beef in a big bowl and add the 3/4 sauce you have made into it.
Marinade the beef and cover the bowl and let it rest in the fridge for 4 hours or less

Since cold and windy and rainy so it's quite impossible to grill this outside with charcoal grill (for the best  flavor) , So I decided to grill with pan in the kitchen ...
Add a little bit of olive oil into the pan, and medium heat, and DO NOT put too much the beef inside otherwise the temperature will go down quickly... and it's not good for the beef texture

When all the beef done, put the onion, garlic and red peppers and in high heat wait for few second, keep stirring and  then add the rest of the sauce, stir evenly and sprinkle with sesame seeds
and Voilaaa !! Serve this with hot rice...

PS: I am not really sure if you could see the rice under the beef yakiniku since my pictures were taken by low-resolution camera :-).... anyway..

Happy Cooking !!!


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