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For Osechi and Bentos Beef and Burdock Root Yawatamaki Rolls

For Osechi and Bentos Beef and Burdock Root Yawatamaki Rolls

This is simple and quick. The sweet-and-sour flavor with the softness of the meat and vegetables goes great with rice . Use this as a beer snack or for bento as well.

Ingredients: 4 people

Thinly sliced beef
About 8~10 slices
Burdock root
1 to 1 1/2
Cake flour
1 tablespoon
Seasonings A
Dashi broth (water and powdered dashi stock is OK)
1 tablespoon
Soy sauce
1 teaspoon
Mirin
1 teaspoon
Flavoring ingredients B:
Dashi broth (Water and powdered dashi stock is OK)
100 ml
Soy sauce
4 tablespoons
Mirin
3 tablespoons
Raw cane sugar
3 tablespoons
Sake
2 tablespoons
Salt
a small amount

Steps

1. Peel the skin off the burdock root, cut to 12 cm long and then cut into 4ths or 8ths lengthwise. Place on plastic wrap, sprinkle with the A seasonings, and microwave for 2~3 minutes.
2. Gently spread out the sliced beef and place several sticks of burdock root from step 1 in 2 slices of beef, and roll it up properly. Optional: coat the overlap with flour.
3. Place the rolls from step two in a frying pan with the overlaps facing down and brown, add the B seasonings, coat well, and simmer for several minutes.
4. Cut it how you like after it has cooled (cutting diagonally is also nice), and it is done . Please feel free to add shichimi spice if you like .
5. I added it into my 2013 osechi box . Recipe ID: 2438681.
6. The Recipe ID: 2067693 is for colorful chicken.
7. Noshishima made simply in a frying pan Recipe ID: 2068278 .

Story Behind this Recipe

This is a tradition. I add these bite-sized beef rolls to my family's homemade osechi and bento.

I often make this with various vegetables.

It has a strong taste that goes well with beer as well as rice.