Beef Rib Yakiniku
Tender, juicy beef ribs with sweet and savory sauce.
Seasonings and marinades penetrate meat faster in Prime Fresh while keeping the freshness.
* This recipe requires Prime Fresh.
- 300 gsliced rib meat (yakiniku cut)
- Salad oil
- Red leaf lettuce (as desired)
- 2 tbspground sesame
- A small amount garlic paste
- 1 tbspsake
- 1 tbspsoy sauce
- 1 tbspmiso
- 1 tbspsugar
- 2 tspsesame oil
- 2 tsppotato starch
Mix ingredients A in a freezer bag, then put the meat in and knead from the top down. Close the fastener, and store in Prime Fresh for an hour or more.
Heat the salad oil at a high temperature in a frying pan, then place the meat from step 1, and cook both sides.
Arrange on a serving dish, garnish with red leaf lettuce. Wrap the meat with it, and eat.
Cooking Tips Using -3°C Soft Freezing
Prime Fresh soft freezes beef at approx. -3°C to keep it fresh longer than fridge storage by preventing oxidation and the growth of bacteria. Soft freezing beef with Prime Fresh also opens gaps between cells and quickly lets flavors in so that you can enjoy fully marinated meat in a shorter time. Prime Fresh also keeps those marinated beef ribs fresher and tastier than refrigeration.
Prime Fresh keeps meat and fish fresh and flavorful for up to 7 days*.
* Data prepared by Panasonic. The effect differs depending on operating conditions, and the type, condition and amount of food stored.
Soft freezing food opens gaps between cells to let in flavors quicker.
For rich-tasting highly nutritious juices.
You get rich, smooth juice filled with nutrition. You can also use the Frozen Attachment to make healthy desserts.
It’s A Smart Juicer
Start each day “smart” not “slow”.
The MJ-L700 squeezes slowly,
gently extracting all of the sweet,
delicious taste from the ingredients.
Pulp is finely strained out for a silky smoothness.