These easy wagyu ground beef meatballs are made with simple ingredients to allow the luxurious flavor of wagyu beef to shine through.
Do you want a perfectly cooked Japanese steak? All you need need is salt, pepper, butter, garlic, and an amazing cut of marbled beef.
Once again, it is Throwdown Thursday! Woohoo! In case you missed the first one, or have absolutely no idea what I'm referring to, Throwdown Thursday is inspired by the popular Food network television program - Throwdown! with Bobby Flay, his mission was to challenge cooks renowned for a specific dish or type of cooking to a cook-off of their signature dish. Both chefs will prepare their own version of the dish and the judges will have blind taste tests to decide the winner. Here at BNF, I plan to recreate some of the restaurants' signature dishes I've tasted and love. The two "judges" for this dish were my hubby and mother-in-law. :-P
I can’t believe it took me so long to discover this hidden gem in Singapore. I’ve been to quite a fair share of restaurants at Tras Street (Singapore) but Kanda Wadatsumi had totally gone off my radar, until now. Perhaps it is the inconspicuous frontage, but once I stepped into the restaurant, the modern ivory-colored walls emanate an intimate surrounding that’s almost in stark contrast to the generic exterior. Kanda Wadatsumi flies its fishes in from Japan Fisheries and Tsukiji Market, and Wagyu beef from Japan Agriculture. A quick look at their lunch menu revealed a good selection of set lunches and Omakase course...
Wagyu beef and fresh kimchi is stir fried in a delicious egg fried rice to create this savory and spicy fried rice. Top it off with Chinese pickles.
Love is not always about two lovebirds singing a love song for each other. Love can be a story about one soul finding happiness in her own presence, living in a solitude and not looking for a validation from the others. Food is how I expressing love…love for the other human being and love for myself. Spoiling myself with food it doesn’t mean I will gorging on a bowl of ice cream. Today I want to cook Saikoro steak for dinner. Of course wagyu beef is a bit expensive, but it doesn’t matter because I’ll cook for one, not for a bunch of people. In Japanese Saikoro means dice. If you are on a tight budget or you cook for larger people cubes tenderloin is a good option. Just cut the tenderloin steak into a bite-size cube and flash cook it over medium-high heat until medium rare. I made charred scallion and ponzu sauce to accompany my steak and also I made baked sweet potato and simple Asian-style slaw. Saikoro Steak with Charred Scallion and Ponzu Sauce 250 g saikoro beef, room temperature sea salt and black pepper vegetable oil Ponzu sauce 1/2 cup water 1 piece kombu 1/4 cup katsuobushi …
How many Nikkei-style fares you can find in Jakarta? One, two or maybe more than that. If you are a real fan of Japanese-Peruvian cuisine or just curious about this newest trend you must pay a visit to Fat Shogun. Located in Rooftop level Menara BPTN next to Attico, Fat Shogun has managed both indoor and outdoor seating. Going with the chic modern decor, Fat Shogun successfully combines minimalist decor with a perfect balance of Japanese influenced. The kitchen here offers some simply superb cuts of meat sourced all the way from Japan. Most of the listed dishes refer to Nikkei-style cuisine. Fat Shogun’s March Special Menu This month Fat Shogun just launched a special menu that is only available in May. The theme for March special menu is Why Wagyu. There are four special wagyu dishes specially created by the chef; Wagyu Alio (IDR 105K++), Saikoro Nigiri (IDR IDR 55K++), Beef Salad (IDR 75K++) and Tres Mosqueteros (IDR 65K++) Saturday Dine Package Another special package from Fat Shogun is Saturday Dine Package. Every Saturday starting from 7 PM to 10 PM you can enjoy comfort gourmet meal without breaking the bank. It cost only IDR 150K (before tax and service …
No need for a fancy steakhouse when you can create a perfectly pan seared Wagyu ribeye steak from the comfort of your own kitchen! This simple method of pan searing is guaranteed to result in a flawlessly cooked Wagyu Ribeye straight out of any steak lover's dreams!
This Wagyu beef burger boasts the unmistakable buttery sweetness of tender Wagyu beef and red wine caramelized onions.
This amazing Wagyu Burger is a big taste upgrade on your average hamburger whether you grill it to perfection, or follow my skillet preparation for the tastiest, juiciest burger ever! Using richly marbled premium American Wagyu, Australian Wagyu, or Japanese Wagyu yields an incredibly caramelized gourmet burger patty!