How to Make Saikoro Steak (Recipe) サイコロステーキの作り方(レシピ)

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Tender diced beef steak cooked in garlic infused oil and topped with grated daikon and ponze soy sauce.

For the complete recipe with step-by-step pictures :: http://justonecookbook.com/blog/recipes/saikoro-steak/

Ingredients:

14 oz/400 g good quality steak (tenderloin), at room temperature
2 inch (5 oz/150 g) daikon (Japanese radish)
1 1/2 Tbsp. oil
2 cloves garlic
2 Tbsp. white wine (I used dry sherry)
1 scallion for garnish
Korean chili thread for garnish (optional)
3 Tbps. ponzu sauce (homemade ponzu sauce reicpe here)

Music By: Gillicuddy (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/gillicuddy/Plays_Guitar/)
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Comments

steve wenger says:

can i replace the ponzu sause for yakitori sause

Belleski's Corner says:

So mouthwatering! This will be added on my to do Recipe List..googled that ponzu sauce and Angel hair chilli..thanks again 😉👍👍

C C says:

dinner tonight!!!! awesome! thanks.

Clara Mui says:

It has been one of my favorite since a kid! Thanks for the recipe 😀

Christine says:

Nami, these videos are seriously awesome. Keep em coming – I love them all!! 😀

Missy Hii says:

Looking forward to more yummy recipes :) Could you do a hotpot recipe next as the weather is getting cold :)x

peacehorizon4 says:

This was beautifully done, Nami. Hope to see more of these in the future ^^

Eric Teotico says:

Your ingredient list is too fast. Keep it longer. The rule of thumb is to read it yourself. That's how long you should keep it. Another option is to just flash it back at the end. Otherwise it's well done.

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