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Gyudon Bento (braised Beef With Konnyaku Noodle In A Bento Box)

Ingredients:

    250g thinly sliced beef

    100g konnyaku noodle (Shirataki)

    1/2 brown onion, sliced

    2-3 slices of ginger, cut into julienne

    2 1/2 Tbsp soy sauce

    2 Tbsp cooking sake

    2 Tbsp Mirin

    1 Tbsp white sugar

    1/2 tsp dashi

    1 cup water (250ml)

    360g cooked rice

    Toasted sesame seed

    Garnish

    Broccoli, blanched

  • Cherry tomato
Source: http://www.sachieskitchen.com
Filed under: Lunch, Beef, Japanese
Submitted by: Sachie 13 January 2016

Gyudon is a staple dish for Japanese people and the great thing is it is one pot meal. “Gyu” means beef

and “don” means donburi (bowl) i.e serving steamed rice in a bowl with beef on top but I am going to

serve this in a lunch box! For this recipe I used konnyaku noodle (optional) called “Shirataki” which is

made from Konnyaku potato (high in mineral and very low in calories) but if you can’t find it, you can

make this dish without it.

Prep time:
10 minutes
Cooking time:
20 minutes
Serves:
2
Rating:

Method:

1. In a medium size pot, add brown onion, ginger, soy sauce, cooking sake, mirin, sugar, dashi and water and

bring to boil.

2. Reduce heat to medium-high and add beef.

3. Remove all the scum and add konnyaku noodle (shirataki) and cook for 20 minutes.

4. Put steamed rice in a lunch box first and place this braised beef on top of the rice once it’s cooled down.

Sprinkle sesame seeds and garnish with broccoli and cherry tomato.

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