BEEF or PORK? Japanese Takikomi Gohan | Authentic Japanese Recipes

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Here’s another simple rice dish you can make at home. And it’s delicious! Takikomi Gohan is something we make a lot of here in our home because it’s easy to make and hearty as well.

3 cherry tomatoes
1 clove garlic
olive oil
100 grams thinly sliced beef
1 tbsp worcestershire sauce
150 grams uncooked rice
1 tbsp soy sauce

1/2 stub ginger
1/2 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tbsp mirin
1/2 tbsp Japanese sake
garlic powder
1/8 onion
100 grams pork
150 grams uncooked rice
1 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp mirin
1 tbsp Japanese sake

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Dennis Tani says:

Satoshi, we love your cooking videos!!

MARIA GRAZIA Terzaghi says:

Grazie mille per queste ricette, amo la vostra cucina!!! Mi puoi dire quanto tempo di cottura del riso hai impostato prima di mettere i pomodorini? Grazie

Tenjoubito says:

As a general rule I prefer beef to pork, because it's much easier to get pork wrong. But pork done right with ginger and onions would be hard to beat.

Scott Abernethy says:

Beef with Worcester sauce is a VERY British combination! Worcester sauce is our cousin to fish and oyster sauce. I watch TabiEats when I'm doing the washing-up.

Sooz says:

πŸ₯° Satoshi… this looks soOOOOoo good…πŸ˜‹ Thank you for sharing your recipes with us. 🧑

Mikee Michael says:

I'm impressed. :-) I made this last night using the beef recipe. Wow.! It was soooo easy and tastes so good. This will be a regular dish for me now. I want to make it with pork, but my local store doesn't have thinly sliced pork, and because of a disability, I am unable to slice it thinly. I think I'm going to try it with chicken instead. That should work, right? Anyway thank you so much for the recipe. It's nice to make something other than just plain rice in my little rice cooker. I hope you'll post more easy rice-cooker recipes. Thank you.

Catherine Bond says:

"I cut green onions to put on top." Of course you did! I have to get a rice cooker.

toddbuddy says:

Had last night for dinner. Delish. the tomatoes are good friends with the beef!!!!

Shonda SheWrites says:

Oh wow I am making this tomorrow!

Rosann Ashe says:

i have never used my rice cooker for a recipe and now I definitely will! what a great idea!

Danielle Hylton says:

Cute shirt! The food looks delicious, Satoshi! You are a wonderful cook. You always seem a bit nervous. No worries, your English is good and you are a natural on camera. Hugs! ❀🌈

Daphne W says:

Satoshi san, can i use shoyu instead of worcestershire sauce for the beef rice?

Tamara says:

I love takikomi gohan. It's great as a main dish, easy just put in the rice cooker (or one pan) with some simpel side dishes you have a filling meal. I often make it to use up left over things in the refrigerator.

Melissa Fujinaga says:

Sorry I do not know how I missed this video. I love ginger pork. My husband always loves when I try your recipes out. They taste so good. ☺️ I will definitely be trying these out. πŸ€—

Marissa Lorraine says:

I tried the beef recipe tonight with my husband! We made it in an instapot because we don’t have a rice cooker. It was very good. We added mushroom, and I added more soy sauce because the final product for me, was a bit more bland/simple! But that is so easy to adjust for many tastes! Thanks for sharing! It felt so comforting! Also for my American friends – what cut of meat have you tried? I used carnitas – which was great for flavor and ease but it had too many tough/crunchy bits!

Marissa Lorraine says:

Do you prefer to use sushi rice for this or jasmine?

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