Recently, I am trying to incorporate iron-rich foods into my diet. This beef teriyaki is one of the simple beef dishes that I’ve made.
There is really no need to introduce teriyaki as this is probably one of the most well-known imports from Japanese cuisine, other than sushi and tempura. (Previously, My Cooking Hut shared her chicken teriyaki recipe on Rasa Malaysia.)
I cheated and pan-fried my beef on a skillet (traditionally, it should be grilled for a deeper and smokier flavor), and then lacquered the sweet and savory yakitori sauce on top the beef before serving. This beef teriyaki recipe not the most authentic way to make it, but it’s one that’s perfect for my busy schedules lately.
(Click Page 2 for the Beef Teriyaki Recipe)