Thursday, November 4, 2010

Food Trip Friday--Gyudon (Beef Bowl)

Gyudon with Potato Salad and Mugicha ( roasted barley tea) for lunch
Another Japanese dish in a donburi style called Gyudon, served with a bowl of rice and topped with beef and onion. I usually cook them during lunch at home coz it's very easy, quick to prepare and it cooks up so fast. Japanese loves to add raw eggs to their gyudon but I love mine just the way it is and lots of beni shonga ( red ginger ) for topping. It adds a punch to the flavor. If you don'tlike to add raw eggs to your gyudon, you can use poached egg for topping if you like. Today, I'm gonna share my simple gyudon recipe for you to try at home, too^_^
Gyudon ( Beef Bowl )

Ingredients:( good for 4 people )
Beef-- thinly sliced, 240g
Ito Konyaku( shirataki noodles )--160g
Onion--1 pc
A:
Dashi soup--200 ml ( 200ml water + 1 tablespoon of dashi powder)
Sugar--2 tablespoon
Soysauce--4 tablespoon
Mirin--2 tablespoon
Preparation:
1: Boil shirataki noodles ( if you don't have in hand, it's okay ), set aside.
2: Cut onion thinly
3: Put A into pan and put to a boil then add #1 and #2, simmer for a few minutes in a medium heat then add beef. Simmer for a few minutes more in a low heat until done.
4: Serve hot plain rice into a bowl individually and put the beef toppings over the rice add some boiled green peas, add beni shonga on top and you're done.

An entry for Food Trip Friday. Chibugan na!!\(^0^)/

19 comments:

Clarissa said...

hayzz!sa sobrang ka-busyhan,FTF lang ang nasalihan kong meme for this week--buti na lang naka-join pa ko!Missin' you all!!!\(^0^)/

Jenn said...

I love Japaneses food! Yummy! =)

Cecile said...

wow, sa tingin pa lang masarap na...salamat sa recipe , Clang :-)

Vernz said...

wow Clang pwede ka na tayo japanese resto diri Pinas... hehehe... sarap looking. agi ko for. FTF..
My Food Trip Friday here

Luna Miranda said...

i love Gyudon...favorite ko for lunch.:p

Dhemz said...

ayay! kalami...naa pa diha mamiClang...is that a glass of beer? hehehhee!

daphne said...

this foodie was perfect! Tasty treat indeed :)

Newlyweds said...

aww.. we love gyudon and i love potato salad.. waaah ate, nagutom ako!

imriz said...

looks easy to prepare, and tipo masarap. i enjoy beef w/ lots of onions.
enjoy ur weekend sis.

bonz said...

thanks for sharing the recipe... try ko rin toh!
thanks for visiting me...

have a nice weekend!

Ailee Verzosa said...

yum... that looks tasty...

FoodTripFriday said...

Buti ka pa Ami Clang, may time pa mag prepare kahit simple food at mukhang masarap pa!

Hi! I'm Grace said...

This must be good. I want to taste this. :)
Thanks for sharing, Clarissa.

☆♥Shydub♥☆ said...

sarap naman nito clang. basta japan talaga kakaiba mga cuisine

Have some of my FTF yummies

Jenn said...

What a great lunch had there!

my Food Trip Friday post

Reena said...

i had gyudon for lunch! :) pero i bet mas masarap ung gawa mo kasi authentic.

Jay - agent112778 said...

i want to try this, let me copy the recipe ha please...ill share to you how my trial went out ASAP

here's my food TRIP friday entry

Arlene said...

ang sarap clar. i love noodles but my daughter loves anything chinese food. i dunno what got into her. the result of anime movies. hahaii

Madz said...

I love gyudon pero I really don't like red ginger/pickled ginger. One time I ate it with my gyudon and I felt sick. But I still love other Japanese food! :D

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