牛丼 Gyudon

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  1. gikku

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    牛丼こんにゃく入ってる Gyudon, beef with rice and konyaku noodles.
    makes about 8 large serves.

    soak shitake mushrooms in luke warm water, with a teaspoon of sugar, for 10 minutes.
    remove the stems,
    slice mushrooms for the pot,

    soak konyaku noodles in hot water for 10 minutes

    In a pot add a kilo of thinly sliced beef, sliced onions, garlic
    add the mushrooms and noodles
    add the water from the mushrooms, filtering to remove any dirt from the mushrooms.
    add a good serve of red wine, white wine and a good splosh of soy sauce.

    put the lid on and simmer for an hour (or two), stirring occasionally.
    add some more soy sauce, perhaps a little seaweed dashi

    serve with rice.

    soaking mushrooms
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    soaking noodles
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    kilo of sliced beef in a pot
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    filter the water from the mushrooms
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    put the lid on and simmer for an hour, stirring occasionally.
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    Must have rice with it.
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    serve with Sake
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    Last edited: Mar 14, 2011
  2. elvis

    elvis Old school old fool

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    A favourite of mine. Great dish. :thumbup:
     
  3. thebranded

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    off all the recipes i've seen posted here this is the best example of how to post a recipe! Text overview, and the lots of pictures.

    Plus it looks and tastes good, well i dont cook mine but i like it! :p
     
  4. glasnt

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    Noodles and rice?

    Sounds interesting.

    I might need to try this in the slowcooker some time :thumbup:
     
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    gikku

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    yes, definitely a variation from the traditional dish, but worth it.
    the kids like it. :thumbup:
     

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