What type of beef is best for Hor Fun? Australian Angus beef flank is good stir frying. Flank steak is one of the “flat” steaks and is a versatile and flavourful cut of beef. Flo Passion For Cooking No forgetting, home prepared green chilli pickles to compliment the dish. For greens, stir-fry garlic baby Kailan … Continue reading Beefilicious Hor Fun
What should I do with an extra packet of beef minced meat? 🤔 How about beef balls to go with spaghetti? Flo Passion For Cooking In a mixing bowl, add minced beef with chopped shallots and minced garlic, unsalted butter, one beaten egg, salt and pepper and grounded basil. Its best to include bread crumbs … Continue reading Beefilicious Meat Balls
How about table top grilling for this holiday season. Simply marinate the beef with your favourite marinade for few hours and just grill them. Family favourite Angus Beef for Shabu Shabu and Angus Karubi Short Rib. This electric tabletop grill sure come handy. For more interesting beefilicious recipes. Check out at this link. https://flopassionforcooking.food.blog/2021/11/01/korean-galbi/ https://flopassionforcooking.food.blog/category/beefilicious/
Home prepared Grilled Beef Short Ribs, Korean Style. Flo Passion For Cooking This Toyomi Electric BBQ Grill comes handy. Easily for cleaning, aluminum die-cast grill plate non-stick coating that can withstand high heat with adjustable temperature control. Flo Passion For Cooking Indeed a fun way to entertain the family or guest with tabletop cooking. 😉 … Continue reading Korean Galbi
Australia Wagyu Beef shabu shabu great for steamboat, light grill or pan fry. How about having spicy, rich savoury of flavour with this Wagyu Beef Shabu Shabu with Kimchi Rice? The staple food in Korean cuisine none other than Kimchi. Napa cabbage made with widely range of seasonings including spring onions garlic, ginger, gochugaru etc. … Continue reading Mahsitssoyo!
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Fresh beef tendon stewed to tenderness. For this version, I have added daikon radish and burdock root. A slight twist to the Japanese (Gyusuji Nikomi). Not necessary using pressure cooker but stewed. Check out this link for the many dishes I have prepared with fresh beef tendons. https://flofoodventure.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/stewed-beef-tendon-and-short-ribs/ Or For beefilicious ideas, check out this … Continue reading Nasty Bites – Tendonlicious
In my previous Beefilicious post, hamburger bun was served with the cooked Beef Bulgogi patties. This time, how about replacing with cooked Japanese rice grains? Hamburger Maker Assemble the mold frame.Fill it with cooked rice grain.Press the cooked rice into shape using the pressing piece.Remove the mold frame, place the formed rice into a serving … Continue reading Rice Grain Beef Burger
There are four raw beef patties in each box. Packaging of 2 beef patties in each pack. Thaw and its ready to cook. Just remember not to refreeze after thawing. Just pan fry the patties to your desired doneness. There is no need to add oil to the pan as this is a titanium non … Continue reading Have you tried Korean Bulgogi Beef Patties?
Cold Appetizer - Braised Beef Shank. Parboil the whole beef shank in hot water for about 2 to 3 mins and drain. Heat wok over medium heat with some oil. Sauteed minced garlic, add a tablespoon of five spice powder, 3 cloves star anise, a piece of dried orange peel with brown sugar and toss … Continue reading Braised Beef Shank