Editor’s Note: Pictures updated in August 2012. Easy & quick. Hello Nami. Stunning! Combine all the seasonings in a small bowl and whisk together. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this dish! Instead I used a combination of beef stock, water and soy sauce which came out pretty good. Hi Elyse! This is going to be in our regular dinner rotation. My wife is harder on my cooking efforts than anyone but even this time I was somewhat…underwhelmed. Basically it is a beef tongue rice bowl dish whose popularity has increased since the last two years in Jakarta. When we use pork, we say Butadon (buta = pork). That’s the best you can do I think… there is no good substitute without alcohol. Hi Siewleng! Oh my goodness. If you’re looking for gyudon cooked in dashi broth, you can check my other recipe, Yoshinoya Beef Bowl. I never thought of it before, but a few fans living in Japan suggested. Menya Gyutan Don (79k) Negiya Donburi is a restaurant focusing in serving Donburi with their specialty, Menya Gyutan Don. Also, Korean kimchi goes really well with this too . . Hi, I’m Savannah and I’m 12 years old! Pepper pot is typically a stewed meat dish, strongly flavored with cinnamon, hot peppers, and Cassareep – a special sauce made from the Cassava root. Hi Natalie! We used to buy frozen gyudon at an asian specialty store until I got brave and made this. Add the green onion right before removing from the heat. Nami, this recipe was so delicious! All rights reserved. On top of that my baby loves it and finished everything!! Would 10-15 min high pressure cooking the onion and the beef would be enough? awesome! Advertisement. We were so anxious to eat it we forgot to put the pickled ginger on top. Ginataang Manok Na May Luyang Dilaw. Thanks for sharing your version! Is it ok to substitute Chinese cooking wine? Hope you enjoy! So please enjoy it as soon as possible!. This dish has another great “shortcut” which is that the sugar is added directly to the pan while cooking. It’s…ok. In Japan, most of cheese is processed cheese, and there are not too many kinds available. The poached yolk from the egg really enhances the flavour of the sauce as well as adds a creamy element to the dish. , It’s so delicious, easy and fast to make. Just made this for lunch. I’m so happy to hear you liked the recipe! I mean…it’s not awful, but it’s not a world-class restaurant dish, either. The sauce was from the cooking juice/sauce from the pan. Add beef to the pan and simmer for a few minutes until it turns from pink to cooked. I also have a question, is the sauce just the juice or do you make a special/certain sauce? Copyright © 2012 - Japanese Cooking 101. I use shabu shabu meat. Here’s the recipe in shaded grey box – https://www.justonecookbook.com/gyudon/. I made this the other day too! Due to being stuck inside quarantining, are there any substitutes to use? Well, some people say they use pretty low grade meat that has a lot of fat. I’m going to make this dish today or tomorrow even if my beef isn’t sliced as thinly as it should be. Please keep in mind that long-term storage loses umami components, resulting in a loss of taste. This is a recipe for Ginataang Manok Na May Luyang Dilaw (Chicken in Coconut Milk with Turmeric) Course Chicken. My husband and I have been living in Japan for 4 years and love japanese food! Keep up the awesome work! We don’t make natto at home, and we buy a package of natto from a grocery store. Top with pickled red ginger”. Dec 4, 2020 - Explore Devika S's board "Guyana /Trinidad Dishes and Snacks", followed by 129 people on Pinterest. But for this recipe, should I just keep it boiling after every step, like after adding the onion, sauce and beef. This was the easiest and actually the best tasting one I’ve had though I did substitute the dashi since I’m not a fan. Please advise as I can’t wait to try this one!! . I will need to continue to look for a version that…’sings’. The were easy to follow and was a big hit for my family. Hi, I don’t have any sake or mirin, but have got everything else in the house. Hi Fanny! Our Tokyo style pork broth and house-made noodles are prepared daily with great amount of time and effort. I made this using a nice sirloin tip roast that was on sale and asked the meat department to slice it thin. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium high heat and cook the onions until tender. Just wondering if you’ve tried using pork instead of beef for this recipe to make a butadon? . Thank you for your kind feedback! I need the traditional recipee for pork katsudon. This recipe rocks! You’re welcome! A ‘top blade steak, thinly slilced’ was a good substitute if you can’t find the paperthin cuts. You’re amazing cooking two types of dishes. It was really tasty especially with the egg; it just soaked up all the flavour and it was lovely :’3 I think I’ll add more of the liquids next time or conserve before boiling off just because it was a tiny bit dry and would’ve been nicer with more of a sauce – a really lovely recipe though ^w^)/ arigatou! I don’t use Hondashi so I don’t know the exact ratio, but I’m sure it’s on its box or bag. Yuda Bustara 41,400 views. Don’t want to miss a recipe? I have been told never to buy it again . , Hi Elvie! Hi Chris! You want to make sure eggs are fully cooked for the kids. I cook this meal when I have full schedule with kids’ activities until dinner time. I made this dish often when I was in school – well any of “donburi” dishes… just one bowl one meal…nice and easy. Come back for many more recipes of Japanese Cooking 101! Thank you for your kind feedback and I’m so happy you enjoyed it! thanks for your comment! Hi, I would like to ask about the storage life of this dish, Thank you!! I have tried this recipe with a slight of substitution. She doesn’t use dashi in her gyudon and this recipe is similar to how my mom cooks. Ariel, If you love our recipes, please donate to support the site. Yum! Let me know what you think. Dashi is a key component for Japanese cuisine…but if you don’t like it, use just water instead of using sustitutes. Depends on child’s age, raw eggs/half cooked egg should be careful. Sure, you can use dashi. Hi Lili! Good luck! You may also freeze them. Hope you enjoyed this dish. I’m so glad to hear you liked this recipe! Sure you can make Butadon with this exact recipe. I’m so happy to hear you and your fiance enjoyed this recipe. Wow you did save my life.. My 92 yr old FIL loved this beef bowl and asked how often he could have it. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe! Super hit with my kids! I’m glad you enjoyed it! Hi Junko! I’m happy to hear you enjoy the beef and egg version. If you want non spicy just tell them not to add chilli. It was excellent! ???????????????????? Thank you for your suggestion Dee! I didn’t have any sake, so I used red wine instead. But I don’t have a sake, I’ve been to all Asian markets in our area and no SAKE so I’m using Chinese rice wine but not the real rice wine it has added salt I can’t find a pure Chinese rice wine here( New Zealand) Ms.Nami what is the best alternative of sake? One of the most popular places for Gyutandon is Menya in Melbourne, as so many people raved about it AnakJajan got excited when Gyutandon by Menya is finally available in Jakarta in Negiya Donburi – Citywalk Sudirman. Hi LS! I want to make this for dinner tonight but my hometown doesn’t have dashi and Asian stores are like 2 hours away. See more ideas about guyanese recipes, caribbean recipes, indian food recipes. When you make this at home, you also want to use thinly sliced beef with some fat, but not necessarily cheap meat. I love quick and versatile recipes like this! The recipe is posted here for safe keeping. Hope you enjoy this recipe. Substituted sake with rice wine vinegar. I will do this tonight and I’m excited to taste this wonderful Gyudon! Now i would like to start of making this gyudon recipe. I found a cut of meat at the grocery store that worked out pretty well. Spread the sauce on the container. Thank you Lynna! You can use lower grade (still sliced paper thin) beef for Gyudon. Place the beef and egg on top of steamed rice, pour the desired amount of cooking sauce, and top with green onion and pickled red ginger. I’m really happy to hear you enjoyed this dish! Hi Sukyi! I love one dish meals too, so easy to cook and uses less utensils! I hope you enjoy my recipes and thank you for trying them! Maybe I cooked out too much liquid…, Anyway, the kizami Shoga was a nice touch! Or should I go back to the market? Hm, sake is alcoholic beverage, so some grocery stores which don’t have permit may not carry sake (that’s why they carry cooking rice wine which contains salt, not true alcohol). and I definitely preferred not using any dashi, it made it taste much better over all. Hi Naomi! If your child likes some vegetables you can throw it in (before or after, depending on how soft they are). If you cannot find sake, the closest thing is dry sherry. You can get Gyudon for $3-4 in Japan, and that’s great for budget eaters. Divide rice evenly between 4 donburi bowls. I’m so happy to hear the Onsen Tamago came out well! Thank you for your kind words! Hi M! And thank you for your kind and supportive feedback. “Salary-man” loves Gyudon because it tastes good and it’s filling, and also is quite reasonably priced. Hi. and open 24 hours. I loved this recipe. I cooked gyudon today. I’m so glad you liked it! However, instead of eggs and chicken, Gyudon is all about beef. I used minced beef instead of sliced beef, will it still called Gyudon? Hi Julie! I can’t get any better compliment than that. Today you can enjoy 5-star sushi at Menya Sushi Bar which just opened in Cherry Hills Marketplace. You’re very lucky your husband can cook! I just tried making this and its definitely quick, easy and tasty. We thrive to provide authentic taste of Japanese Ramen to our customers by using fresh and natural ingridients only. You can sub sake with Chinese rice wine or dry sherry. I used to use a Japanese grinder and wooden pestle (for grinding sesame seeds) to smush the food. Getting right kinds of seasonings and ingredients for Japanese cooking is important to make authentic Japanese food. yes you can use Hondashi to make quick Dashi. Have fun exploring the 700+ classic & modern Japanese recipes I share with step-by-step photos and How-To YouTube videos. Thank you! See more ideas about Beef dishes, Beef recipes, Cooking recipes. or even red onion if you don’t really care about the look. Only I would double your sauce because it’s so yummy! Hope you enjoy this recipe! ill let you know what will cook. . Awesome! Husband made this for me and it was absolutely delicious. The pork has good flavour and tender and slight fat. One question, can you use the pre sliced beef shabu shabbu or beef sukiyaki for this dish? Hi! I currently have half a red onion, and a shallot… which would you recommend? Dashi adds umami to this dish, so it’s nice to have, but it still tastes good without it. just like served in the restaurant, but much cheaper! Located near with the hotel, we ate Menya twice during our time in Melbourne. Please read my disclosure policy for details. Your recipe was absolutely delicious. I literally cannot find it, though I did find some mirin. Btw do you know what is natto? Easy to follow. It turned out quite well (almost as good as my favourite Japanese restaurant!) Thank you! So..I made these the other day…and I LOVED IT! It still turned out great. I’m so happy to hear you liked the Bolognese sauce! Thank you! I truly apologize for my late response. There are many ways to eat it besides eating with steamed rice. =P love your recipes can i see you? I will try the other version with dashi soon. Thank you for sharing this recipe. am I able to use ribeye beef thinly sliced for this dish? If you’d like to share this recipe on your site, please re-write the recipe and link to this post as the original source. Gyudon was my very favorite food and the taste was just as I remember! Defrost the meat in the fridge for overnight before cooking. A good substitute is dry sherry or Chinese rice wine. Looking a lot forward to it, Hi Anna! Thank you for your feedback! Thanks for giving it a try! I just made this recipe tonight for dinner, it was yummy! Thank you for trying and for your kind feedback! Thank you for your kind feedback. My kids love it! The whole website is great for me since I am learning how to cook properly (IE not just making pasta), which I appreciate very much. You should held a meet and greet with your fans while you’re here!! My husband and I lived in Japan for 2 years and this really took us back. Adding the beni shoga takes it from 100% to 200% good! Do you have recipe for making natto? Thank you for a very simple Gyudon recipe! When to Menya at Melbourne central for take away for spicy gyu tan don and Nabeyaki udon. Thank you Kate! Hope you had a fantastic trip to Japan! It’s me again trying another recipe or yours! Your words mean so much to me. Thanks. . If you did we have Great News for you. If you make this recipe, snap a pic and hashtag it #justonecookbook — We love to see your creations on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Love eating this at restaurants! I have seen several recipes for this and it has always seemed intriguing and delicious. If you're a fan of sushi and traditional… Menya Sandaime. I changed some of the proportions to suit my own tastes (I like it saltier) but zomg. ^_^. Bring mirin, soy sauce, and sake to a boil in a pot over medium heat. Oyakodon is slightly different cooking method compared to Gyudon. We love Gyutandon. I’m so glad you liked it. xo. Taste the difference. It turns out good n delicious. Gyudon is one of my favorites! . I made a bit more sauce so that it would drip into the rice, but other than that followed the recipe exactly! Please keep in mind that long-term storage loses umami components, resulting in a loss of taste. Add the meat and sugar and cook until no longer pink. Use water for the sake (if you don’t have white wine). Hi Nami, I’m a bit slow to the game but I made this for dinner tonight. It’s given me some great variety in my eating. We’re so glad to hear you and your family enjoyed the dish! I used Chinese cooking wine instead of Japanese cooking sake. Thank you so much for posting different recipes here! Hi Lion! Thank you for your kind words! However, please keep the egg separately (add an egg when you reheat the meat mixture.) I hope you enjoy making this Gyudon recipe! Hi nami! grad you and your son liked our Gyudon recipe! I failed as some of the egg burnt hahaha! Welcome to my blog Leda! Will definitely make this again! Noriko and Yuko plan and develop recipes together for Japanese Cooking 101. If i can, can you please provide me the measurements for the Hon-dashi and water mixture? My 92 yr old FIL just told me he doesn’t like most of my american cooking but won’t tell me what he does want. I love making your instant pot curry, Gyudon, basic white rice, yakisoba (with sauce) and teriyaki sauce ! Hi Lisa! , Hi there…just to share: my version of the Gyudon is a sunny side up …with a nice runny yolk..and i add in the seaweed flakes and sesame seeds for added ‘omph’…, Hi Serene! Thank you again. Thanks for trying this recipe! Wonderful! . However, please keep the egg separately (add an egg when you reheat the meat mixture.) I wonder how many people follow my blog and actually want to see me… Thank you for your thought! Your recipes all taste incredible, and the stories, tips, and photos you include are wonderful. I added “the sauce” section in the ingredient list as well. It worked out really well. You explain things in a clear and easy to understand manor, and it has made learning a new style of cooking fun. Hope he will enjoy other dishes from my site. Print Pin. Sure, tofu would work. I cooked this tonight for my fiance and his brother and they loved it! Surprisingly, I’m half Japanese and I don’t particularly care for the taste of dashi. Boil Dashi in a pot and add sliced onion. It made my day! It’s always fun reading your detailed comments, which helps me understand how others cook recipes. I’m going to look into it. Please check out this link for more easy and quick recipes https://www.justonecookbook.com/tags/under-30-minutes/, Hi Ashley, If you don’t pour the meat mixture over the rice, you can store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 2~3 days. Thank you for your kind feedback! It was excellent! Thanks, Mohseen. We love spicy, so we ordered the Spicy Menya Gyutan Don with extra gyutan for additional IDR 20K and extra fluffy egg for additional IDR 10K.The ox-tongue was lightly seasoned and very tender served in generous portions than I expected. Sign up for the FREE Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! I tried it with mushrooms the second time I made it, since it reminded me of my Mom’s beef stroganoff, and it worked really well. I still crave it, but being back in the states now, I can’t find it anywhere. Hi Jhermaine Merene, If you don’t pour the meat mixture over the rice, you can store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 2~3 days. I know we’ll be making it again many, many times. I just made this dish and it turns out so good! Sure! I will totally make this soon! Delicious! I love the way they put vegetable on the drink water. Tired of ordering in a pizza? I assume what Japanese like is the “pizza cheese” which is available in Japanese supermarket. My husband even said he could eat this everyday. I meant the cooking sauce left in the pan. Now to get organized so I can cook him his meal & my kids & hubby the thai dinner that they want so badly! It was so good and I love how the raw egg yolk blends everything together. I visited Japan for three months while visiting my fiance and I became ADDICTED to gyudon! Hmm it’s up to you. Yes, that’s fine if it’s Chinese rice wine. Sep 14, 2015 - Explore Cristina Ferrari's board "Beef delight", followed by 495 people on Pinterest. Hi Namiko! Thank you! With Sunomono and Miso Soup, you have a great meal. I was browsing your recipes and just wondering the gyudon recipe doesn’t call for dashi while the oyakodon recipe calls for dashi. I was wondering what i should use as a sub for Sake? Where do you buy your thinly sliced beef? I mentioned about substitute here on my Sake page or FAQ. I had never tried putting eggs in it before, that was a good addition and what I had been missing in the past. So my question is, is egg a vital part to the recipe, or is it just an added ingredient that you don’t necessarily need? Making this tomorrow night for the third time. Would the result turn out the same? Thank you so much for tryng this recipe and for your kind feedback. Just wanted to let know that you’ve made me a fan, and I can’t wait to try more of your amazing food! I am wondering if I can feed this to my kids because I used sake. I was wondering if you knew of a non-alcoholic substitute for the saki in the recipes? Thank you, Nami. It is traditionally served at Christmas and other special events; it is also Guyana’s national dish. https://www.japanesecooking101.com/gyudon-recipe-beef-bowl/, Nagaimo (Dioscorea opposita, Chinese yam). Hi Carmen! :p if I wanted to add cheese what kind would be best? Thank you. I guess the cooking rice wine works really well too… Maybe some day i will buy Sake to find out the difference…My family surely will enjoy this one… Now on to the next recipe… Have a great day to all. I’m glad it came out well. In today’s recipe, I suggest that you pour the beaten eggs in the pan right before serving so that they will be cooked. i also exchanged half of the onion for green onions and it made a pretty garnish as well without compromising taste. . I like to keep it a little bit but I don’t want to make rice too soupy. I guess you could, but my concern would be the meat is soaking up too much salt and it gets salty. I’ll share the link for Oyakodon recipe here: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/oyakodon/, Is this okay to store/cool and then reheat? Buy our best-selling e-cookbook full of 33 easy and simple Japanese recipes! Gather all the ingredients. In Japan, gyudon is sometimes served with a raw egg yolk or Onsen Tamago (poached egg) in the center of the meat and onion mixture. The alcohol in Sake would be evaporated during cooking, but the flavor stays. I’m glad you and your husband enjoyed Gyudon. Thank you so much for your kind feedback! That’s what I have and was going to make this recipe tomorrow. I used marinated beef slices (note to self: omit the soya sauce if the meat has been pre-marinated), and also used white wine instead of sake since I didn’t have any. Hi Mandy! https://www.justonecookbook.com/faqs/ (Search the word “Sake” to find the section mentioned about Sake substitution). Add sliced beef in pot and stir. Hello nugget! I’ve also used the dashi to make chawanmushi and it tastes exactly like what I’ve been eating in restaurants for years!!! Hi Mike! The Japanese market is far from where I live. I followed the recipe to the T! Works wonderfully for this as well as for making teriyaki beef rolls. Thank you for your kind words! Thanks! Jackie, Japanese Cooking 101 © 2018 Oishii America. We have Ichiban Dashi recipe and you can skip Katsuobushi. Thank you so much for taking your time to write feedback. I love the recipe with eggs added at the end. If you still don’t like using alcohol in your cooking, you can just omit it. Wonderful! Very kind of you. Step 1. Hi Greta! If you’re using soft tofu, be careful. This post may contain affiliate links. Sugoii!!!! I should also say that as far as I saw on menus and such, egg was only a topping that went on top. Cook about 5 minutes. I love this dish when I’m out and I’m dying to try it at home. As raw eggs are not recommended to be consumed in the U.S., you can try with Onsen Tamago like this…. Glad our Gyudon recipe works out for you. Did you say "Yes? " Hope you enjoy this dish! I’m a big fan of j-food ! So I don’t have ingredients to make Dashi broth, but I have Hon-dashi in my kitchen and i’m wondering if I can mix that with water to create Dashi broth? Nami, I just wanted to say how much I’ve been enjoying your recipes! . We will be sharing it probably next month. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. You can skip them. Thank you for your feedback! Alcohol is evaporated while cooking, so you don’t have to worry about alcohol content. , Yes, I know natto and I like it. you can substitute Dashi with water. . These little things make a big difference in time spent cooking. . In the final step of your recipe you say “drizzle the sauce over”. Would highly recommend! A lot of gyudon recipes use dashi and cook in similar way as Oyakodon. It’s one of the easiest donburi that I cook too. It is so flavourful and tender. Hi John! It’s similar to cooking with red or white wine in western cooking. hope this helps. I know this post is old, but I hope you can answer my question. xoxo, I just made this last night and it was so delicious! I would love to make this, but the gyudon that I had in Japan didn’t have egg in it – or at least, I never tasted it. At Yoshinoya, they usually have it simmering all day …, Hi Tricia! Hi Tricia! Thank you. Thanks for the tip on gyudon I’ll try it and let you know. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Empty can of corned mutton in a mesh strainer. Hope that helps. Check this Mirin page for sugar + water ratio: https://www.justonecookbook.com/pantry_items/mirin/ Hope that helps! Advertisement. Gather all the ingredients. Thank you for trying this recipe! Thank you so much for trying this recipe! . Wonderful! Spread it out with a spoon. Total Time 1 hour. So happy to hear you made dashi from scratch! Hi, I know it’s an old recipe, but please let me know what you do with the sliced green onion. Thank you for your kind feedback. , Hi,Nami!I’m a 17-year-old boy and I’m from China.I love cooking and recently I just bought some mirin and soy sauce to make Sukiyaki.But I hadn’t used them all.So I just wondered what dish need them.That’s how I found your website,there are so many recipes of Japanese food and they are simple and clear.You’ve been really helpful and I think you’ve made a great achievement.ありがとう!頑張って, Hi Harry! Mentsuyu (multipurpose sauce) Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101 My supermarket will thin slice any cut I ask for. Hi Debbie! Thank you! Thinly sliced beef is cooked in sweet and salty sauce, which is piled on top of rice, and the rice absorbs all the flavorful sauce… it is just so good. Hope you like it as much as I do. Hi Upkar! Gyudon is a donburi style dish made from very thinly sliced beef and onions cooked in a sweet, soy based sauce and served on rice. For the bulk, I added some shirataki noodles. . Make tonkatsu using this recipe: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/tonkatsu/, And then follow this instruction by replacing chicken katsu: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/chicken-katsu-don/. Nick, Hi Vanessa! Here’s more about sake: https://www.justonecookbook.com/pantry/sake/. Thank you so much for your kind comment! Thank you for your kind feedback! I’m so happy you and your husband enjoyed this recipe! It can be prepared quickly and it has nutritious ingredients like beef, onion, eggs, and rice. thank you for awesome recipes but i have i question i live in a region where i can’t find dashi or it’s Ingredients what can i use for a sbutitute ? Hi Nami, I just cooked this and it turned out so good! Hi John! The rest of the ingredients were already in our fridge or cupboard. I’ve tried several gyutan don in Jakarta, and I must say that Menya Gyutan Don (IDR 85K nett) at Negiya Donburi was really good! What type of beef would you recommend using in this recipe? substitute with sake with a little sugar. I’m making this tonight and I haven’t finished yet but, I’m sure it’ll be incredible!! Thanks so much for the easy and yummy recipe. Thank you so much for your honest feedback! xo. Already a fan of your website , Is it ok to use ginger from a jar or will this effect the flavour? I’m planning on making this in a couple days, however I forgot to get an onion at my recent grocery shop! Nice . Hi Nami! Hi Rob! We were not sure what we wanted to make with ot and found your recipe. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! A lot of additional sugar and soy sauce required to strengthen flavour. That works fine too, as long as you check the taste and makes sure it’s not too salty. I’m so happy to hear you and your parents enjoyed it! Here’s how: https://www.justonecookbook.com/how_to/how-to-slice-meat/, We actually filmed it recently but with slightly different method. This is my kind of Gyudon, my family favorite. Thank you again! Got a quick question. Hi Savannah! . My family loved it! Hi, Just wanted to point out a small typo, “Place teh beef and egg on top of steamed rice and pour desired amount of sauce. Thank you for your kind feedback. I buy thinly sliced meat from Japanese supermarkets here in the Bay Area, mostly Nijiya. … You can totally omit the egg. I can make better beef bowl at home now than I can buy at some of the Japanese restaurants here! Add the meat and sugar and cook until no longer pink. Please do not use my images without my permission. xo. Gyudon is another Donburi (rice bowl) dish like Oyakodon. Instructions Checklist. Hello Nancy! A lot of your recipes look pretty easy which I need since I’ll be cooking two meals most nights. Thanks for the recipe Noriko san, this is the easy way to eat gyudon.. better than eat in yoshigyu, We bought thin sliced bottom round kobe beef from our asian market and it was marbled perfect. I made this last night and it was so easy to make and absolutley delicious! Add grated ginger. Thank you so much, your recipes are always so tasty. So my question is did I miss something? I’ve fixed the recipe. Nami i adore you can i be your apprentice? . I’m very happy to hear you enjoyed it. But some people said that the fishy smell (from Dashi) quite strong, so they cant hadle the taste. So happy to hear you enjoy them. It makes sense to a newbie like me. I’m using pre-sliced beef shabu shabu for my gyudon recipe. Thank you (him) for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback. Panjita, . Yes egg is option, and in Japan, raw egg is served on top (center) of beef, but here in the U.S., raw egg is not recommended to eat and you don’t see raw egg being served…at all… so I have to “cook” it. sure if you don’t mind paying too much for that. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it! I’m so happy to hear your father and sister enjoyed this dish too! Hi Sophia! Guyanese Pepperpot is an Amerindian dish popular in Guyana and sometimes called pepper pot stew by the locals. I stumbled on to your website looking for Instant Pot ideas, and absolutely loved your Bolognese sauce. Thank you again for this wonderful website; it has helped tremendously. . Our family’s favourite dish. Recipe by Namiko Chen of Just One Cookbook. Hi, I want to make it with dashi pack and usually when I prepare it, I bring it to boil and then simmer for 5 mins ish. Hope your first time cooking Asian food was a pleasant one. Will be doing it tonight for me and hubby ? All Rights Reserved. The Gyudon recipe looks great and want to try it soon. just made this for my father and sister and we all loved it, i couldn’t find pickled red ginger so i ended up using regular ginger and mixing it in after adding the sake, mirin and soy sauce, this will be a great one when i am away at school and have limited time to cook meals.