Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Healthy and easy dinner - Yakiniku

Yakiniku means grilled meat. 

It's a mini indoor barbecue that's enjoyed in most Japanese households by using an electric hot plate and grilling meats, vegetables and seafood. The food is served with a barbecue dipping sauce such as Ebara Yakiniku tare.

This is a very easy and healthy meal to prepare - A little chopping and grilling and you're done! If you don't have a hot plate, similar results can be achieved by using a really hot pan with just a little oil.

  •  Thinly chopped vegetables such as carrots, squash, green peppers, onions, shiitake mushrooms, eggplant, cabbage and sprouts.
  •  Meats and seafood such as beef, shrimps, squid, scallops, chicken and pork.

Cooking Directions

Brush hot plate with just a little oil or if you don't have a hot plate, use a frying pan and once the pan is very hot, add just a little oil and fry the vegetables in small batches, until they are a little charred. 

Dip in the sauce as you eat and serve with a small bowl of rice.

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