There are more than 25,000 recipes posted on the “Let’s Love” website. Among them, the recipes with the most searches are simple and delicious standard dishes, but sometimes unexpected recipes come up in the ranking. Now that’s “beef motsunabe”. I haven’t been in the top of the ranking until now, probably because of the image that motsu = preparation is troublesome, but maybe because I have more time at home, if I can’t eat out, I have to make it at home! On the day Oko checked, “Beef Motsunabe” was ranked 26th! If you are interested, please give it a try. Once you eat it, you will be captivated by its deliciousness. You will want to repeat it.
Beef offal pot
[Material](for 2-3 people)
300 g of beef offal (small intestine), 1/2 onion, 1/6 cabbage, 1/2 leek, 50 g of garlic, 2 slices of garlic, 2 red sardines, soup (4 cups of soup stock, soy sauce, 2 tablespoons of mirin, 1 teaspoon of salt), salt
[How to make]
1. Boil the offal in plenty of water for 7 to 8 minutes and raise it in a colander. If you see a lot of lye, boil it down and wash it with water.
2. Cut the onions into combs with a width of 5 to 6 mm, and cut the cabbage into pieces that are easy to eat. Cut the leek into 5 to 6 cm lengths. Soak the vermicelli in water for about 10 minutes and cut into pieces that are easy to eat.
3. Put the soup ingredients, onions and garlic in another pan and heat. After boiling, add vermicelli, offal, cabbage, leek, and red pepper on top of each other. When the vegetables are tender, add salt to taste and eat while mixing.
(394kcal, salt content 3.5g)
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