Thinly cut meat (any part of beef or pork that you like)
Yakiniku (Japanese BBQ) sauce
2 tablespoons or more
Black pepper or ichimi chilli pepper
as much as you like
Chopped green onion
Place the meat on a frying pan. We won't be using oil. We won't be using a cutting board either. Use the meat straight out of the package.
Pour yakiniku sauce over the meat.
Grill on medium heat and mix lightly using chopsticks. Don't mix too much or the meat will tear.
When the meat is cooked through, turn the heat up to high and brown.
Once the meat is browned, turn the heat off and add seasoning to your liking. Mix lightly.
Top it with green onion, serve on a plate and you're done It's also good if you put it in a bento without green onions.
For a bento, place the meat on copy paper and let the paper absorb the excess oil. This little step makes this dish good even when cold (It's not good when the oil hardens when cooled).
You can grill more to have for dinner (along with rice). Leave the meat in big pieces. The children love it when it's a big piece of meat.
When you want to cut it into bite sized pieces. Snip with clean kitchen scissors. In my house we use this method for a bento.
To make it more delicious, wet the bottom of the serving plate and microwave it for 1 minute. This is good because it keeps the dish warm.
By the way, the meat used in the picture is pork tongue.
I referred to this Recipe ID: 2100234 to make it into a rice bowl.
Story Behind this Recipe
Since I I love thinly cut grilled meat, I wanted to make a quick to make and non-oil dish.
You can use beef or pork as long as it's thinly cut meat~ You can make a delicious dish using beef tongue, pork tongue, shabu-shabu meat or sukiyaki meat. It's tender, faster to cook, and the flavors penetrate more if the meat is thinly cut.