Japan Sake and Shochu Makers Association | JSS
The tender and delicious flavors will leave you wanting more!
The strong flavors make this dish the perfect accompaniment for a glass of alcohol. You will be left reaching for more and more. The crispy texture and refreshing taste of the green onions add a nice accent to the dish. It is a great dish to serve guests when you want to snack lightly on something!
Ginger-simmered beef will pair beautifully with rich, fruity, light, and smooth types of sake! Make sure to give this a try at your next dinner party!
Ingredients (2 Servings)
|200g beef (small thin pieces)|
|2 cloves of ginger|
|(A) 50ml of sake|
|(A) 2 tablespoons of mirin|
|(A) 2 tablespoons of soy sauce|
|(A) 1 tablespoon of sugar|
|Green onion, as needed|
Cut beef into bite-size pieces, dip in boiling water, then into cold water and drain the water.
Peel and cut ginger into thin strips, soak in water and drain. Cut the white part of the green onions into fine strips. Soak in water and then drain.
Place (A) in a saucepan over high heat and bring to a boil. When it boils down a little, add the beef from (Step 1) and cook until the liquid is almost gone.
Add the ginger from (Step 2) and cook well, then remove the pan from heat.
Place on a plate and top with the finely chopped green onions from (Step 2.)
Tip: Also a great item to finish the night off when served with some rice!