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  • Hello, everyone! This is Beth of CookingAndCrafting.

  • Today we're going to be making chopped steak Hawai'ian style.

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  • We're going to start with a pound and a half of thinly chopped umm, chopped steak.

  • We can buy it here in Hawai'i already called chopped steak. But, you can buy your own steak and...

  • Umm, ch- chop it, umm... on your own.

  • Then, we're going to add a quarter of a cup of soy sauce, and two tablespoons of sugar, as you can see.

  • I'm doubling mine up. So...

  • We're going to let this sit and marinate for about an hour. I normally don't give it even that much time.

  • Uh, the amount of time I allow it to umm, marinate is about the time it takes me to chop up my onions...

  • ...and whatnot. So...

  • It really doesn't have to be a hard and fast rule.

  • Probably more flavourful if you do allow it to sit, though.

  • You need a 1- to 2-inch piece of ginger that's been smashed, and then chopped.

  • I probably should have scraped off as much of the outside - before smashing it - as possible.

  • But...

  • It's all good if th-, if the skin is still on there. It's not going to kill you, that's for sure.

  • And we have 5 cloves of garlic...

  • ...or 7. And we just want to smash them, and chop them.

  • We're going to slice up 1 large onion.

  • (chopping)

  • And normally, that's all that you add. But, today I decided I am going to be adding in some mushrooms...

  • Because I thought it might be fun to kind of mix it up a little bit.

  • So, I'm also going to be um, slicing up my mushrooms...

  • We're going to mix our thickener before we get started.

  • So, there's 1 tablespoon of corn starch, 1 tablespoon of vinegar, and 1 tablespoon of water.

  • And that vinegar, I believe, truly believe is what makes the flavour...

  • ...in this case. I mean, this recipe, so delicious.

  • Okay, we're going to move over to the stove now.

  • We have 2 to 3 tablespoons of oil in there.

  • And to that, we are going to add our garlic, and our ginger.

  • And we're just going to stir that business around for a little bit.

  • We are now going to add our meat.

  • And we're going to cook it until it's medium.

  • (sizzling)

  • I kind of left you on a high note, like I was going to add something to that, right?

  • But, we're going to cook that until the meat is about medium.

  • Alright, and so now we're going to add our onions. And we're going to cook them until they are translucent.

  • I'm also going to add in my umm, fungus.

  • Not all of it. I think I'm going to make another, different side dish.

  • It's starting to get translucent here. So...

  • I'm going to add my thickener.

  • And we're going to cook until the, the gravy gets thicker.

  • And then turn it off, cover it up, and the steam should take care of um... taken care of the rest of...

  • ...the onions that might not be quite translucent at this point.

  • But, it's a really fast, simple, and a super delicious meal.

  • You can salt and pepper it to your heart's desire, if you prefer.

  • Um, the shoyu (soy) should cover the amount of um, salt that's necessary for this dish.

  • So, there you go: Chopped steak Hawai'ian style. Enjoy!

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Hello, everyone! This is Beth of CookingAndCrafting.

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Chopped Steak Hawaiian Style

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/25
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