recipe Aomori B-class gourmet at home! Introducing the recipe for "Rose-yaki"

recipe Aomori B-class gourmet at home! Introducing the recipe for “Rose-yaki”


Writer : Sasaki Maiko

Raising two boys while cultivating 150 kinds of plants in Naka-ku, Yokohama. I will do my best every day to make a table full of smiles that will energize tomorrow.

What is Aomori’s B-class gourmet “Rose-yaki”?

A state of roasting in a bowl

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Rose-yaki is a local B-class gourmet in Aomori prefecture. It is a dish in which plenty of onions and beef ribs are entwined with a sweet and spicy sauce based on soy sauce and fried firmly on an iron plate.

It originated in Misawa City, Aomori Prefecture, but it is also loved as a soul food in neighboring Towada City. It is widely recognized as “Towada rose grilled”, and in addition to beef ribs, various meats such as pork, horse meat, and lamb are served at restaurants in the city.

The sweet and spicy sauce is appetizing! Grilled roses (cooking time: 15 minutes)

A state of roasting in a bowl

Photo by Maiko Sasaki

* Does not include soaking time

It’s a simple recipe that you just need to soak the beef ribs in a soy sauce-based sauce and fry it with a large amount of onions. The decisive factor for the taste is the sauce, which is characterized by the slight acidity and sweetness of grated apples. Please adjust the amount of gochujang when your child eats.

The point of this recipe

The key to making it delicious is to soak it in the refrigerator for at least one hour so that the whole meat is soaked in flavor. Fry the onions slowly over low heat for 10 minutes to bring out the sweetness.

Ingredients (for 2 people)

Ingredients for roasting roses lined up on the table

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・ Beef ribs …… 200g
・ Onion …… 1 piece

seasoning

・ Soy sauce …… 3 tablespoons
・ Apple …… 1/2
・ Mirin …… 1 tablespoon
・ Sake …… 1 tablespoon
・ Honey …… 1 teaspoon
・ Gochujang …… 1 teaspoon
・ Garlic …… 1 teaspoon
・ Ginger …… 1 teaspoon

How to make

1. Make pickled sauce

Grated apples, garlic and ginger lined up

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Grate apples, ginger and garlic respectively.

How to combine seasonings in a bowl

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Mix all the seasonings in a large bowl.

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