4 tbsp. soy sauce
1/4 c. sugar
1 spoonful honey power
4 tsp. sesame oil
4 tsp. mirin or rice win
4 tsp. water
1-2 lbs beef, thinly sliced
First, make the sauce. Grab a large size bowl and add the ingredients. I added soy sauce, sugar, honey powder, garlic, sesame oil, mirin or rice wine, and water. If you don't have honey power, you can add more sugar to your taste. I would say add half to double more than what the recipe requires.
Then add the onion and sesame seeds. You can also put chopped carrots and chopped green onions. I sometimes do depending on my mood... lol~
Lastly, add the beef. You can get the thinly sliced beef from the market. Then mix it, put it in a container, and then in the refrigerator.
I usually don't cook the beef until it's been marinated for a few hours. I don't know if other people do this, but so far it seems like it's our family thing. I haven't met any family who does this yet. ;) Grab a frying pan and cover it with an aluminum wrap. Cook the beef on top of the aluminum wrap. Make sure you don't punch a hole in the aluminum!!! Once you cooked the beef, let the frying pan cool and then you can throw away the aluminum wrap. It makes washing the frying pan easy.
After you're done cooking the beef, you can eat with rice and kim-chi. Another thing you can do is get a Korean lettuce, put rice, beef, and red pepper paste mixture (red pepper paste mixed with sesame oil).
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Thank you bro!!! :)
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