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Yoshinoya Gyudon/beef bowl recipe


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Gyudon recipe

12 ounces boneless beef sirloin

1 onion

2 1/2 cups short-grain rice

3 cups water

1/2 teaspoon salt

3 tbsps mirin

5 tbsps soy sauce

2 tbsps sugar

1 tbsp sake (optional)

Cut beef into 1/8 inch thick slices.

Cut slices into strips about 1 inch wide and 2 or 3 inches long.

Cut onions crosswise into 1 inch lengths.

Reserve.

Wash rice with cold water.

Cook rice with salt and water.

About 10 minutes before serving, heat remaining water, the mirin, sake and soy sauce to boiling over medium high heat.

Add beef and boil until beef reaches desired doneness.

Add onions and boil 30 seconds.

Remove from heat.

Divide rice among 4 individual serving bowls.

Place equal amounts of beef and onions over rice in each bowl.

Ladle equal amounts of cooking liquid into each bowl.

Serve immediately.

very sweet and tasty. Oh and easy to make, the beef cooks very quiuckly.

I used yatake sushi rice with mine, worked a treat.

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Just made this but ballsed it up a bit - I put the steak bits in to cook while the rice was doing but the rice took longer than I thought it would and we ended up with overcooked steak and undercooked rice.

Still, lesson learned, next one will be perfect :)

Lovely tasting sauce by the way :wacko:

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Ha, this thread is second in the google rankings for "Matsuya recipe".

On that note, does anyone have a recipe for Matsuya curry?

Japanese curry is just the same as home made instant British curry in the 60's and 70's before Indian takeaways gave us the real stuff.

Buy a curry block, if you can find one, and just follow the instructions on the packet then chuck it into boiled rice. Matsuya/school-dinner curry is go.

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Japanese curry is just the same as home made instant British curry in the 60's and 70's before Indian takeaways gave us the real stuff.

Buy a curry block, if you can find one, and just follow the instructions on the packet then chuck it into boiled rice. Matsuya/school-dinner curry is go.

This is true. I live over the road from a Matsuya and used to eat there frequently.

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50p?! are you sure? last time I went it was about 400 yen for that set - equates to a tad more :o

I'm sure there's a little set that's 100 yen, at least there was. Was just a smallish bowl with some miso I think, seem to remember salad was extra. Maybe it didn't even come with the miso!

Anyway take a look for the 100 yen option next time you're there. I might have imagined the whole thing.

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