When we lived in Japan, we all liked to go out and eat Korean BBQ. This is a stir-fry recipe with much the same taste.
Cut Beef into thin stips suitable for stir-frying. Put into a mixing bowl. Add Soy Sauce, Onions, Sugar and Sesame Oil. Stir until mixed. Cover bowl with clear plastic wrap and store in fridge to marinate. If you can, leave beef in fridge for an hour or longer for the flavor penetrate into the beef.
When ready, combine rice, water, garlic, and part of the cilantro in a saucepan. Two cups is a lot of rice, so whatever amount you wish to cook, just remember to use twice as much water as you do rice. Bring to boil, then turn to simmer, and place a tight lid on the saucepan.
Place 1 Tbs light oil in a wok and heat. With slotted spoon, add beef to wok, keeping marinade to one side. Whisk corn flour into maranade mixture. Stir fry the beef until it reaches desired doneness, then add maranide with corn flour. Continue cooking until mixture thickens.
Place rice on a plate or bowl. Spoon beef and thickened sauce on top and serve with side vegetable. We liked broccoli and mushrooms, but that (as they say) is another story.
Recipe is courtesy of: Passed down from living in Japan
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Influences: From Meat & Potatoes Farm-Style (Thanks Mom), to Arizona/Sonora Mexican, and Gulf Coast Cajun
Location: Houston is Home Base, but I work and live extensively internationally too.
Favorite Piece of Cooking Equipment: Summer - Outside BBQ (saves on A/C costs) and Winter - Oven (Saves on Heating Costs) Hey I'm an Engineer. I can't help it.
Favorite Recipes: Most Holiday Cooking ... Thank Goodness it's only twice a year. Any grilled quality meat or fish on the BBQ. Baked Potato Soup from Houston's. Goode Company BBQ Sauce (how does he do it?) I can't come close, even with the recipe in hand.