There is a fibrous skin on broccoli stalks, so peel it off. It's about 5mm thick, so peel liberally.
After peeling, the stalk should look like a thick stalk of asparagus.
Quarter the stalk lengthwise. Cook in boiling water with a pinch of salt for 2 minutes. Drain and set aside to cool.
Season the sliced meat with salt and pepper. Wrap the broccoli stalks with the meat.
Spread oil thinly in a frying pan. Cook the meat until browned. The cooking time will depend on the type and thickness of the meat. Usually it takes less than 5 minutes.
Once the meat has cooked, wipe the excess oil with a paper towel. Pour in the yakiniku sauce and mix until the meat is golden brown. It's done.
Don't these look like asparagus?
Story Behind this Recipe
Broccoli stalks are delicious, so I often eat them. For a New Year's feast, I used them in place of asparagus to wrap in meat. Since then, I often make this dish.
I use thinly sliced pork for the photos. Sliced beef is more delicious. Bacon works as well. Peel the broccoli stalk, then you can use it in any dish instead of asparagus. Grill the stems with butter, or enjoy them in a salad!