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My Family's Yakiniku



Combine all of the ingredients for the yakiniku sauce and bring it to a quick boil.
Let it cool and pour into a jar that has been sanitized by boiling.
If you do this, it will keep for several days.
Steam the bean sprouts for 2-3 minutes.
The amount shown in the picture is 5 bags! They taste doubly good if you take the time to remove the ends! Cut the other vegetables into bite-sized pieces and steam for 4-5 minutes.
The photo shows 1/2 cabbage, 5 eggplants, 5 green peppers, and 1/2 carrot.
Cook the chicken ahead of time since it takes time to cook completely.
Season lightly with salt and pepper and cook with the skin side down for 8 minutes.
Flip over and cook the other side for 2 minutes.
This method makes the skin crispy! Arrange the raw beef on a plate to be ready to grill! The yakiniku sauce tastes good as is, but it tastes even better if you add grated daikon radish or grated fruit!