Monday, July 12, 2010
Slow Cooked Korean Beef Stew
I've been wanting to cook Korean beef stew but I had a hard time finding a bottle of mirin. I finally found a bottle at my (now) favorite SM Hypermarket branch - Buendia (will tell you why in another post). I find cooking beef dishes easier to prepare than pork ones (I'm allergic to chicken so I rarely make chicken dishes) and this dish was definitely easy to cook!
1/2 kilo beef (should be rib type but I only had sirloin)
1/4 cup sugar (I used brown)
2 1/2 Tbsp. soy sauce
1 Tbsp. mirin
2 beef cubes
2 slivers of ginger
How to cook:
1. In a pot boil the beef until tender. Add 2 beef cubes when it's boiling already.
2. Add soy sauce, sugar and ginger. Let it simmer.
3. When the water is almost half of what it was originally add the mirin and let simmer for about 5 minutes.
4. Add some sesame oil just before you turn off the stove. Transfer to a serving bowl.
5. Add a dash of sesame seeds.
Posted by Aileen Apolo-de Jesus at 8:03 AM
Labels: beef recipe, easy to cook dishes, korean beef recipe
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It's not the chicken you're allergic to. It must be the drug residues.ReplyDelete
Happy you found mirin Ate! Hehe! The stew looks yummy. :)ReplyDelete