Saturday, March 31, 2012

Tips to Enjoy Yakiniku Indoors (Japanese Grilled Meat / BBQ) - Video Recipe

In this video, I will show you how to enjoy Yakiniku indoors :D

Last week, I won a package of beef at the recipe contest. And along with the beef, I received a letter with some tips to enjoy Yakiniku indoors and I never knew them! So, I will share those tips with you!!!

Yakiniku is mostly beef but you can make it with chicken or pork or meat of your choice ;)

BTW, in Japan at home, we usually use electrical barbecue called "hot plate " to cook Yakiniku at table. I really envy those who have barbecue set at home! We don't have that big yard in Japan, you know… And sadly, from this April, our closest BBQ spot is going to close because of the littering problem.

Yakiniku Indoors (Japanese Grilled Meat / BBQ)

Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 10min
Number of servings: n/a

beef or meat of your choice
soy sauce + wasabi (in tube or freshly grated)
ponzu sauce (citrus-flavored soy sauce: you can mix 1 tbsp. soy sauce and 1 tbsp. lemon juice to make it)

1. Color of the Meat:
Pink, red, brown, or etc… what color of the meat is the best?
To answer this question, it is difficult to tell which is better until you eat them. So just ask the butcher and trust them. hehe
2. The best way to cook Yakiniku:
Make sure you let the meat get back into room temperature before you cook. You will see the surface of the meat shining with its own juice and grease when it's ready. Then you don't have to turn the heat down to low to cook and you won't lose any good flavor! That is why outdoor barbecue is always good (because your meat is at room temperature). Of course it is the best if you have BBQ grill set at home, but if you don't, you can use a grill pan, cast-iron skillet, or fryingg pan on the stove, because the key is the meat temperature! It is the same for Sukiyaki, Shabu-Shabu, steaks, etc…
3. The best way to eat Yakiniku:
Don't forget to season the meat with salt and pepper before you cook. That definitely brings out the flavor of the meat. For the sauce, wasabi soy sauce or ponzu sauce is the best! Simple yet delicious! You have to try it out.

*Grill the meat until it's done to your taste!


I hope you found this video informative!!!

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