I’m glad you enjoyed it! Now I’m in Japan for the summer and I get to go to eat gyudon more often. It’s up to you and you can adjust the sweetness according to your liking. Nice easy meal to make and it tastes delicious. Thank you for your feedback! I had no idea I could easily make this at home...now I can have my beloved beef bowl whenever I want. Hi Jillian! I really appreciate it!, Hi Kristie! The thin tender beef is cooked in gingery sweet soy sauce with onion then… I’m glad you liked this recipe! Thank you! Thank you so much for your kind comment! I apologize for my late response. I love quick and versatile recipes like this! Or you can skip all together and make it with just beef. ##### Steps to make Japanese beef bowl: Add the green onion right before removing from the heat. One thing I did differently is that instead of slicing my own beef, I just went to our local Marukai (I’m in California) and bought ribeye shabu-shabu (thinly pre-sliced beef… If you follow the recipe as written, it is authentic and you will get the full flavor of this dish...it is simple beef and onions over rice but it is AMAZING, a little tip, if you partially freeze the beef before slicing it makes it easier to slice it in thinner strips (the thinner the better for this recipe). . I also have a question, is the sauce just the juice or do you make a special/certain sauce? In that case, it can be store for 3~4 weeks in the freezer. . Thank you so much for trying my recipe! I did’nt found a recipe at your side, would you send the link if there already is amd I just missed it? Step 2 Combine dashi, soy sauce, … Thank you so much for sharing this recipe, it’s simple yet so yummy . These little things make a big difference in time spent cooking. I did put the egg on top and the beni shoga was perfect garnish. If you want to use my recipe with dashi, you might want to increase the seasonings a little bit as dashi will dilute the sauce. This hit the spot and my picky fiance said it tasted very very good. My husband even said he could eat this everyday. You must have tried many Japanese dishes while you stayed in Japan for 2 years. Hi Sheila! I’m so happy your family enjoyed this recipe and can make it from scratch now (a lot healthier!). Will definitely make this again! Thank you (him) for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback. Turn off heat and let stand, covered, for 5 … Cooking at home is always so much cheaper, I had ramen in a Japanese Restaurant last weekend and the bill equals to a week’s groceries! As raw eggs are not recommended to be consumed in the U.S., you can try with Onsen Tamago like this…. Thank you! I can’t wait to see it on your blog! Cook, covered, until beef is cooked through, 3 to 5 minutes. Thank you! I would love to make this, but the gyudon that I had in Japan didn’t have egg in it – or at least, I never tasted it. Use water for the sake (if you don’t have white wine). Aww I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed the recipe and thank you for trying it! Hi Chris! I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this dish! Hi Nigel! Hi Jess! I’m going to photo shoot this again this weekend! . Dashi adds umami to this dish, so it’s nice to have, but it still tastes good without it. Add beef; simmer until no longer pink, about 6 minutes more. . I’m glad you and your husband enjoyed Gyudon. I’ve cooked this recipe for my parents and they loved it! Hi Mariel! Hi Nami, thank you for your advice. For the bulk, I added some shirataki noodles. Boil Dashi in a pot and add sliced onion. I loved Yoshinoya beef bowl when I lived in CA, then moved to Nashville and have not been able to find a place to get this dish. Thank you for trying my recipe! One question, can you use the pre sliced beef shabu shabbu or beef sukiyaki for this dish? Nami, I’ve cooked this recipe last weekend.. so easy and yummy. 1. Your recipes all taste incredible, and the stories, tips, and photos you include are wonderful. Hi Rob! Thank you for trying this recipe! Gyudon was my very favorite food and the taste was just as I remember! am I able to use ribeye beef thinly sliced for this dish? I will totally make this soon! I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it! I’m going to share with you about this gyudon recipe today! Hi Nami, I’m a bit slow to the game but I made this for dinner tonight. I will make a video of the gyudon recipe with dashi in the near future. In Japan, gyudon is sometimes served with a raw egg yolk or Onsen Tamago (poached egg) in the center of the meat and onion mixture. Very kind of you. I haven’t gone there since… maybe high school…. Hi Carmen! Adding the beni shoga takes it from 100% to 200% good! You can omit sake, and it will be still okay! So yummmyyyy .. Would 10-15 min high pressure cooking the onion and the beef would be enough? Hi John! Awesome recipe. I’m happy to hear your chawanmushi came out well too! Nami, you may be my life saver. Add beef to the pan and simmer for a few minutes until it turns from pink to cooked. Hi Wei-Jing! So..I made these the other day…and I LOVED IT! “teh” is the typo, last sentence of article, step 7. This dish has another great “shortcut” which is that the sugar is added directly to the pan while cooking. Homemade ones are definitely better as you can control the amount of seasonings – sometimes restaurant seasonings can be too salty/sweet. I truly apologize for my late response. . . That’s the best you can do I think… there is no good substitute without alcohol. I printed out several recipes and he said yes to all of them…but got the most excited about Gyudon! . Yummy! That’s what I have and was going to make this recipe tomorrow. I’m happy to hear you enjoy the beef and egg version. Hi Naomi! and open 24 hours. . , Nami, I cooked this dish tonight and it was delicious! This is how my mom cooks her gyudon. . Thanks! I am wondering if I can feed this to my kids because I used sake. Put the seasonings first in the pan, then add onion and meat. . So please enjoy it as soon as possible!. Thanks for leaving your feedback here! There are many ways to eat it besides eating with steamed rice. Thank you so much for your kind words! Hi Jos! Sign up for the FREE Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! Hope he will enjoy other dishes from my site. What cut of beef do you usually use? “Don” means bowl dishes in Japanese. It tastes so much better with homemade dashi. Gyudon is one of my favorites! I’m so happy to hear you enjoy my recipes. Thank you! Hello Nancy! . I’m so happy to hear you and your fiance enjoyed this recipe. . Wonderful! Top with pickled red ginger”. Rice wine vinegar is vinegar and sake is rice wine, so it’s a bit different in taste. The texture is very baby friendly I’m happy too that you found me. Without sugar or mirin, it will be a very salty dish, and you don’t want to do that. It’s one of our go-to Donburi (rice bowl) Recipes. Hi, Just wanted to point out a small typo, “Place teh beef and egg on top of steamed rice and pour desired amount of sauce. This recipe rocks! She doesn’t use dashi in her gyudon and this recipe is similar to how my mom cooks. want to post this recipe on my blog. We used to buy frozen gyudon at an asian specialty store until I got brave and made this. Hi Vanessa! Sure! Thank you for trying this recipe! If you make this recipe, snap a pic and hashtag it #justonecookbook — We love to see your creations on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter! Sake removes unwanted meat odor and leaves some umami and sweetness (from fermented rice). I was browsing your recipes and just wondering the gyudon recipe doesn’t call for dashi while the oyakodon recipe calls for dashi. I used only one egg but I think it really made a world of difference to the flavour and texture. Alcohol is evaporated while cooking, so you don’t have to worry about alcohol content. Simmer for 2 minutes. Season with Japanese … So my question is, what is the sauce that you add in the last step? I’m making this tonight and I haven’t finished yet but, I’m sure it’ll be incredible!! The recipe is written above. Japanese beef bowl (Gyudon) is one of most common and beloved fast foods in Japan. I added “the sauce” section in the ingredient list as well. what should I do if my beef slices are frozen? . Thank you! Gyudon (Japanese Simmered Beef and Rice Bowls). Thank you Nami. . Medium-firm or firmer tofu is easier, but the texture of tofu is up to your preference. Thanks, Mohseen. Thank you for sharing another great recipe. Gyudon is a Japanese-style rice bowl topped with thin slices of beef. This post may contain affiliate links. Thanks for sharing ! Thank you so much for using this recipe! Once … This recipe is so detailed and I like the pics and the dish looks delicious. I need the traditional recipee for pork katsudon. Top with benishoga (pickled red ginger) if desired. Thank you for your kind feedback! Gather the ingredients. Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Add the meat and sugar and cook until no longer pink. Hi Shannon! Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a large skillet over medium high heat, and cook the sliced onions for about 10 minutes, stirring often. Thank you in advance for your time! Please read my disclosure policy for details. Maybe one day I’ll feature natto on my blog. Gyudon (or Beef Bowl) is like convenient food for the Japanese. How about Gyudon tonight? A good substitute is dry sherry or Chinese rice wine. The sauce was from the cooking juice/sauce from the pan. Welcome to my blog Leda! Thank you for the recipe, a moment of sunshine during this time! . . Thank you for your kind words, Lisa! Hope you enjoy this recipe! For me it needed a little salt and pepper, but I loved it! So finding this recipe made me excited! Hi JKosca! We’re so glad to hear you and your family enjoyed the dish! I’m so happy to hear you and your parents enjoyed it! We don’t make natto at home, and we buy a package of natto from a grocery store. Due to being stuck inside quarantining, are there any substitutes to use? I’m happy to hear you enjoy Japanese food! Add dashi stock, sake, mirin and sugar in a saucepan or a deep fry pan and bring it to a boil over … https://www.keyingredient.com/recipes/14490044/yoshinoya-beef-bowl Hi Les! Because the soy sauce is one of the key ingredients in this recipe, using the correct type of soy sauce is important. This dish is really filling (even more than oyakodon, I think) and I think it’s a great idea you poured the eggs over it in the pan like with oyakodon. We will be sharing it probably next month. Step 1. thanks for sharing this recipe with us i also post my gyudon based on your recipe on my blog, but it is in Indonesian language.. , Hi Ika! Name it like Tofudon? Thank you for letting me know! Yum yum yum yum! Make tonkatsu using this recipe: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/tonkatsu/, And then follow this instruction by replacing chicken katsu: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/chicken-katsu-don/. Thank you. A lot of additional sugar and soy sauce required to strengthen flavour. So happy to hear you made dashi from scratch! Hi M! Super hit with my kids! Thank you so much for tryng this recipe and for your kind feedback. I’ll share the link for Oyakodon recipe here: https://www.justonecookbook.com/recipes/oyakodon/, Is this okay to store/cool and then reheat? Stir fry them a little … I’m happy to hear your children enjoyed this dish! Powered by the ESHA Research Database © 2018, ESHA Research, Inc. All Rights Reserved, The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified. T_T So happy. Add the meat and sugar and cook until no longer pink. Substituted sake with rice wine vinegar. xo. Continuing my exploration of Japanese cooking and recipes with this Japanese Beef Rice Bowl flavored with sake and dashi. Top with the simmered beef mixture. Recipe by Namiko Chen of Just One Cookbook. Works wonderfully for this as well as for making teriyaki beef rolls. I really enjoyed it, and certainly will be trying it again sometime :). Hi Nami! this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. . Hi Shannon! I used to use a Japanese grinder and wooden pestle (for grinding sesame seeds) to smush the food. Thanks for giving it a try! This was amazing! Thank you Kate! Hi – this is the easy easy recipe and it is delicious. Just made this for lunch. I think either substitute will work. Depends on child’s age, raw eggs/half cooked egg should be careful. Gyudon (or Beef Bowl) is like comfort food for Japanese and it's a perfect weeknight meal as you can prepare everything in less than 30 minutes! It doesn’t always work to replace sake with mirin (especially when the food is not including a sweetness that much) but gyudon doesn’t hurt by a bit more sweetness added (and you can always add more soy sauce if necessary). Roast beef is a classic main dish for holidays, family get-togethers, and elegant dinners alike. Thanks so much Nami. Set the cooking plate in the inner pan. Thank you! Hi Greta! Hi Debbie! Gyudon (or Beef Bowl) is like a comfort food for Japanese. I’m so glad to hear your kids enjoyed it. Aww thank you so much for letting me know the typo! Hi Mandy! This dish is a well-flavored rice bowl topped with beef chipped steak instead of an expensive beef cut, along with vegetables and eggs leaving this beef … I changed some of the proportions to suit my own tastes (I like it saltier) but zomg. I tried so many on YouTube. I’m glad to hear your children enjoyed this dish and thanks for your kind feedback! I will try the other version with dashi soon. I failed as some of the egg burnt hahaha! Thank you so much for letting me know. Select the [Plain/Synchro-Cooking] menu and press the [Start] … Add beaten egg in the wok and cover for 2 minutes. I just love your website! I like to keep it a little bit but I don’t want to make rice too soupy. Hi Taylor! Hi Nami I made this meal for dinner and I was amazed at the flavour! Hi Elyse! Though, how dry is it supposed to be? Hi Namiko! Delicious! I still crave it, but being back in the states now, I can’t find it anywhere. And I actually did your Zaru Soba! Can I use dashi in this recipe? Hi Nami! It's one of the most popular rice bowl dishes (donburi) in Japan. I don’t see any sauce. It’s fermented beans and a lot of people dislike the smell of it (it’s typical when it comes to fermented foods). Thank you for your kind feedback! Hope you enjoy this recipe. and I definitely preferred not using any dashi, it made it taste much better over all. Thank you for trying and for your kind feedback! I’m really happy to hear you enjoyed this dish! With thinly sliced beef and sweet onions over a bowl of steaming rice, this Gyudon (牛丼), or "beef bowl" is a mouthwatering Japanese classic that comes together in minutes. Simmered beef is served on top of steamed rice. I cook this often, but I don’t get to photograph again because I usually cook when I’m busy. Hi Lili! Thank you for a very simple Gyudon recipe! This recipe looks so yummy and easy. Thank you for your kind feedback. Heat the oil in a large frying pan over medium high heat and cook the onions until tender. Print Recipe Pin Recipe Total Time 25 mins I mean, nothing about it overly ‘sings’ to me but it was passably good; filling. I use shabu shabu meat. I also used deli roast beef to make my life easier, as we have no Japanese market nearby and I didn’t have time to freeze then slice a roast. In a pan on high heat, add oil, onions and cook for 1 minute. . . Pour 1/2 tablespoon of vegetable oil into a non-stick pan and add sliced onion. , Hi Nami! You should held a meet and greet with your fans while you’re here!! xoxo, I just made this last night and it was so delicious! As far as I knew, there was only the beef, onion, rice, and ‘sauce’ (with which I topped it with massive amounts of cheese and ginger haha). Thank you for trying it and for your kind comment. It’ll be more than enough as beef is thinly sliced. If you’re using soft tofu, be careful. I have heard of situations when the final product does not quite taste authentic when non-Japanese soy sauce was used for the recipe. Thanks so much for trying my recipes. Hi Jhermaine Merene, If you don’t pour the meat mixture over the rice, you can store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container for 2~3 days. For those who do not know what dashi is, it is a Japanese soup stock (fish soup...but don't worry, it just wakes up flavors, it doesn't make things taste fishy and nasty), dashi is easily made at home but for convenience I buy Hondashi instant granules (it can be purchased online or in asian markets, I got mine on ebay ) and I make as much as needed when a recipe calls for dashi. Wonderful! I'm Nami, a Japanese home cook based in San Francisco. I also have white wine in my pantry but not sure if that is a good substitute. Sweet and savory, this dish is easy to make, and flavored with soy sauce, mirin, and other common Japanese seasonings. You can use shallot (do you have enough?) So easy to make! Add the beef slices into the pan and cook for about 3 minutes while stirring occasionally, until the … I picked up your cookbook, and I can’t wait to start reading it next. Thank you Lynna! Editor’s Note: Pictures updated in August 2012. Looking a lot forward to it, Hi Anna! Hi Lion! Add the marinade beef and stir-fry until it is cooked about 3 minutes. , It’s so delicious, easy and fast to make. Thank you for your kind feedback. Defrost the meat in the fridge for overnight before cooking. I cooked this tonight for my fiance and his brother and they loved it! ©2020 Just One Cookbook, All Rights Reserved. Gyudon is a very typical dish, and I’m sure he has enjoyed it when he was young. Ahaha. My supermarket will thin slice any cut I ask for. , Hi Dee! Sign Up / Log In My Feed Articles Meal Planner New Pantry-Ready Recipes New Browse Yummly Pro Guided Recipes Christmas New New Year's Eve New Smart Thermometer. So glad you liked it! I should try Kimchi next time! Thank you again! Slice the onions, cut the green onion into thin slices (save for garnish), and cut the meat into small pieces. The Best Japanese Rice Bowl Recipes on Yummly | Japanese Rice Bowl, Sanshoku Bento (tri-coloured Japanese Rice Bowl), Japanese Beef Rice Bowl. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. I loved this recipe. Hi Nami! It makes sense to a newbie like me. MJ, so happy to hear you tried this recipe! Yes, that’s fine if it’s Chinese rice wine. Thank you for this recipe! It made my day! Thinly sliced beef and onion cooked in sweet soy sauce then topped on delicious Japanese short grain rice. Hope you enjoy!! Make dinner in about 30 minutes with this utterly delicious Beef Donburi (Beef & rice bowl). Thanks for your prompt reply! Thank you so much for posting different recipes here! Could you please tell me if you’re accessing from mobile or desktop, and also from the US or non-US? It’s me again trying another recipe or yours! It is one of my sons favorites. I was wondering if you knew of a non-alcoholic substitute for the saki in the recipes? Maybe I cooked out too much liquid…, Anyway, the kizami Shoga was a nice touch! It can be prepared quickly and it has nutritious ingredients like beef, onion, eggs, and rice. I buy thinly sliced meat from Japanese supermarkets here in the Bay Area, mostly Nijiya. Add beef and cook, stirring until beef is cooked through and liquid has reduced down to an intensely … There are many gyudon restaurants in Japan and the dish is very popular. Some may put dashi at the same time when I add the seasonings in my recipe. Here’s the recipe in shaded grey box – https://www.justonecookbook.com/gyudon/. Hi, I know it’s an old recipe, but please let me know what you do with the sliced green onion. Hi Grzesiek! I dont know how I came across your blog, but I really like your cooking and explanation. I can never get tired of Japanese Beef Bowl. Cover and reduce heat to simmer, then cook until almost tender, 15 minutes. 478 calories; protein 18.2g; carbohydrates 87.5g; fat 4.1g; cholesterol 24.8mg; sodium 646.9mg. Thanks Nami! You can sub sake with Chinese rice wine or dry sherry. Add soy sauce, sugar, and Sake and cook another 3-4 minutes. I didn’t have any thinly sliced beef or sake (it was a spur of the moment decision to make this), so I just used a seasoned steak I had leftover and cut it as thin as possible and just omitted the sake. If you cannot find sake, the closest thing is dry sherry. You can totally omit the egg. Thanks. Making this tomorrow night for the third time. Hope that helps. Made this tonight. just made this for my father and sister and we all loved it, i couldn’t find pickled red ginger so i ended up using regular ginger and mixing it in after adding the sake, mirin and soy sauce, this will be a great one when i am away at school and have limited time to cook meals. 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