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dishes to avoid soy at a sushi restaurant How to Make Hibachi-Style Steak

by:Two Eight     2019-08-04
What Americans say about hiachi cooking is actually called teppanyaki in Japanese.No matter which name it is, it is a technique to quickly heat up food at quite high heat.In a Japanese restaurant, it was cooked by a chef on a table with a heating stove in the center.In order to taste the fresh authentic teppanyaki at home, you can prepare the marinated steak with the electric home hibaachiA baking pan or biscuit spread over two furnaces.
Stir the soy sauce and sesame oil together until the mix is even.The ratio does not have to be accurate, but the target is 1 sesame oil to 2 soy sauce.Season with green juice and ginger powder or chopped fresh ginger.
Place the steak in a plastic zip bag and add the marinade.Squeeze out excess air and seal the bag.Soak the steak for at least an hour, though you can spend the night too.
Take the steak out of the fridge at least 30 minutes before you plan to cook it.Pour out and discard the marinade.
Season the steak with coarse salt and cracked pepper.
Cut the steak into thin strips through the grain with a very sharp chef's knife.Keep the thickness of the slice as uniform as possible.
Cover your cooking surface with enough olive oil or vegetable oil to barely cover it.Heat the hiachi, baking pan, or two burners below the cookie chip to medium temperature-high.Let the cooking surface warm up until you smell the oil.
Place the steak strips all at once on a hot, oily surface and stand back to ensure they are not splashed or scalded.Arrange the strap on one layer with your pliers and cook for 1 to 2 minutes.
Turn the steak strip and cook for 1 to 2 minutes on the other side.Serve immediately.
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