Sunday, January 29, 2006
There is one Japanese Steakhouse that Les and I go to that makes the most amazing Teppanyaki. From Wikipedia: Teppanyaki (鉄板焼き) is a type of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food. The word "teppanyaki" is derived from "teppan (鉄板)" which means "iron plate" and "yaki (焼き)" which means "grilled."
Whenever we go to Kingswood or Gengi Teppan Steakhouse, we order the beef roll-ups. It's very thinly salted and sliced sirloin flashed on the grill with clover sprouts and enoki mushrooms rolled up. Let me tell you...t-a-s-t-y! I've made them at home a couple of times and it's very easy. Big taste payoff:) I served mine with thai peanut noodles. They were very easy as well. I just cooked the noodles and stirred in peanut butter and orange juice. You should all try this, it's super fast and super yummy!