Beef Teppanyaki

Saturday, November 17, 2007

I made this recipe by again copying from a japanese restaurant where we ate with my daughter Ish after our belly dancing class. Well it said it was Beef Teppanyaki, so I’ll call it beef teppanyaki too ^_^. The ingredients are not listed this time, but according to my taste buds here it is:

Ingredients:

beef sirloin cut into small cubes
bean sprout
carrots (cut into matchstick size)
green bell pepper (cut into squares)
onion (sliced in rings)
garlic (minced)
kikkoman soy sauce
black pepper
sugar
red wine (i just added this for that certain kick)
knorr liquid seasoning
olive oil

Procedure:

Marinate the beef in soy sauce, black pepper, sugar and red wine at least an hour before you pan fry. Put olive oil in pan only once so the beef will not stick, after which you can pan fry beef right away. I do it in portions so it will not get overcooked. Meat gets hard once you over cook it. I cook it medium well, that’s about 2 minutes each side.

In a another pan, saute the onion and garlic followed by carrots, green bell pepper and finally the bean sprouts. Season with salt and pepper, and if you wish you can add this mixture, kikkoman soy and sugar.

That’s it. It’s actually very simple to cook especially if you’re in a hurry. Btw, Ish decided to use this recipe for her Home Economics class tomorrow. I’ll help her with the marinade later when she arrives from school.

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