"Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock" with rice
Introducing the side dish "Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock" using beef, which is the main dish on the table. The rich taste is accented with the refreshing scent of green onions.
Material ( For 2 people )
Sliced beef 150g (5.29oz)
Burdock 100g (3.53oz)
Maitake mushroom 1 bag
Green onion 10g (0.35oz)
soy sauce 3 tbsp
sweet sake 1 tablespoon
Thread pepper Appropriate amount
Sesame oil 1/2 tbsp
Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock

A side dish using beef, which is the main dish on the table. Introducing the recipe for "spicy stir-fried beef and burdock" where the rice goes on and on.

◆ Material

Thinly sliced beef 150g (5.29oz)
Burdock 100g (3.53oz)
Maitake mushroom 1 bag green onion 10g (0.35oz)
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon mirin
Thread pepper (If you don't have it, you can use a bit of pepper, etc.) Appropriate amount of sesame oil 1/2 tablespoon

◆ How to make

1. Cut the beef into pieces that are easy to eat.

2. Cut the burdock root and expose it to water to remove the lye. After that, drain the water well.

3. Heat sesame oil in a frying pan and fry burdock root and beef.

Burdock and beef in a frying pan

4. When the color of the beef changes, add Maitake mushrooms, soy sauce, and mirin and boil.

Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock

5. When the juice is about 1/3, add the red pepper and turn off the heat when the juice is gone.

Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock

6. Complete with chopped green onions and toppings with red pepper if you like.

Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock

◆ What is the taste?

Rich beef, fragrant burdock, and Maitake mushrooms go great together! Chili peppers add a tingling accent to each powerful flavor. The aftertaste is refreshing thanks to the green onions that give off a scent every time you chew. White rice progresses steadily in a rich → refreshing loop.

Spicy stir-fried beef and burdock

Place "spicy stir-fried beef and burdock" on rice in a large bowl and drop the egg to complete a hearty beef bowl. Recommended when you want to eat a lot.