5 Minute Yakiniku (Grilled Meat)
- 100 grams Thinly cut meat (any part of beef or pork that you like)
- 2 tbsp or more Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) sauce
- 1 as much (to taste) Black pepper or ichimi chilli pepper
- 1 Chopped green onion
- Place the meat on a frying pan.
- We won't be using oil.
- We won't be using a cutting board either.
- Use the meat straight out of the package.
- Pour yakiniku sauce over the meat.
- Grill on medium heat and mix lightly using chopsticks.
- Don't mix too much or the meat will tear.
- When the meat is cooked through, turn the heat up to high and brown.
- Once the meat is browned, turn the heat off and add seasoning to your liking.
- Mix lightly.
- Top it with green onion, serve on a plate and you're done It's also good if you put it in a bento without green onions.
- For a bento, place the meat on copy paper and let the paper absorb the excess oil.
- This little step makes this dish good even when cold (It's not good when the oil hardens when cooled).
- You can grill more to have for dinner (along with rice).
- Leave the meat in big pieces.
- The children love it when it's a big piece of meat.
- When you want to cut it into bite sized pieces.
- Snip with clean kitchen scissors.
- In my house we use this method for a bento.
- To make it more delicious, wet the bottom of the serving plate and microwave it for 1 minute.
- This is good because it keeps the dish warm.
- By the way, the meat used in the picture is pork tongue.
- I referred to thisto make it into a rice bowl.