Gyudon Recipe - Japanese Beef Bowl
Gyudon (or Beef Donburi/ Beef Bowl) is Japanese comfort food, it can be prepared quickly and it has beef, onion, eggs, and rice in it. In Japan, gyudon is served with a raw egg yolk on top. Since raw eggs are not recommended to be consumed in the U.S., I suggest that you cook the eggs right before serving. This is how my mom served her gyudon, the egg in the recipe is optional.
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3/4lb (12 oz, 340 g) thinly sliced beef
1tbsp. soy sauce
3large eggs (optional), beaten
3cups cooked japanese rice
·pickled red ginger for garnish
How to Make Gyudon Recipe - Japanese Beef Bowl
- Cut the onion and green onion into thin slices and then cut the meat into small pieces.
- Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium high heat and cook the onions until tender.
- Add the meat and sugar and cook until browned.
- Add sake, mirin, and soy sauce.
- Reduce the heat and simmer until most of the liquid is gone.
- If adding the egg, slowly and evenly drizzle the beaten egg over the beef. Cook covered until the egg is done. Add the green onion right before removing from the heat.
- Place the beef and egg on top of steamed rice and pour desired amount of sauce. Top with pickled red ginger.