The first processed sacrificial meat is Japanese Beef Curry. The sacrificial beef that you get can be processed into Japanese-style beef curry. However, make sure the beef is processed first so that it is tender, because the usual sacrificial meat is not always the soft part.
The process of tenderizing beef includes: cleaning the silver skin (the coating on the meat is grayish white), boiling it over low heat for a long time/with a pressure cooker, or marinating it with pineapple in a short time. If it’s been processed tenderly, here’s the recipe for Japanese Beef Curry
· 1 tbsp vegetable oil · ½ onion, coarsely sliced
· 1 clove garlic, finely chopped · 1 small carrot, diced
· 200 grams of beef that has been tenderized, thinly sliced · 1 block of Japanese curry seasoning
1 tbsp soy sauce
· 500 ml of water
· Salt to taste
· Pepper to taste
· White rice mixed with nori powder to taste.
How to make:
· Sauté garlic and onion over low heat until fragrant.
Once fragrant, add the carrots and mix well. Wait until the carrots are tender. · If done, add the meat, water, Japanese curry seasoning, then simmer until the texture thickens.
Add salt, pepper and soy sauce, mix well and then correct the taste.
· When it’s ready, turn off the stove, transfer the curry to a serving plate, and serve with white rice mixed with nori powder.