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need a dinner recipe for sliced raw rib-eye

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cocoagirl Nov 2, 2006 02:07 PM

We have had some very thinly sliced rib-eye steak in the freezer purchased from the asian store. I am defrosting it now. What can I do with it.

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    Kater Nov 2, 2006 02:20 PM

    Why not make bulgogi!

    This is a simple korean dish of marinate barbequed beef. For the marinade, combine soy sauce, the juice from a Korean pear (or one slice of mashed kiwi) , water, sesame oil, garlic, ginger, sliced green onion, sliced mushroom and a little bit of Korean pepper.

    You can cook this on a grill pan, but it is best if you can cook it on a real grill. Just serve it with rice and maybe some namul if you have time.

    1. anita_cocktail Nov 2, 2006 03:01 PM

      Vietnamese Pho! Make the broth, add the noodles and top with your raw beef just before serving. the heat from your broth will cook it thru.

      or you could make saucy sandwiches (a la Philly Cheesesteak)

      or you could add it to any stir-fry. spinach and beef sounds delicious right now.

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        niki rothman Nov 2, 2006 03:08 PM

        Bring it to room temp., pat it dry, take your heaviest frypan and oil it, get it as hot as possible, and very quickly fry the slices turning only once, and remove - 1 min. per side. In the same pan add thin sliced veg. of your choice: snow peas, sliced scallions, sliced mushrooms, spinach, thin sliced red bell pep. - really, it's up to you. Stir fry briefly. Turn off heat and add meat back in just to mix. Add a little oyster sauce, sesame oil, soy sauce, dash of hot sauce. Serve over rice or lomein noodles.

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          ghbrooklyn Nov 2, 2006 03:56 PM

          shallots
          ginger
          lemongrass
          bird chilis or sriracha
          red onions
          bamboo shoots
          chinese mustard greens
          egg noodles
          a little soy sauce
          fish sauce
          palm sugar
          coconut milk

          1. kparke30 Nov 2, 2006 04:17 PM

            Sprinkle with salt & pepper, wrap slices around veggie like scallion or something thin....brown in pan or simmer wraps in broth or wine...serve over rice...or just a simple side

            1. billjriv Nov 5, 2006 07:13 AM

              Top Ramen shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh dont tell anybody,all the Pho resturants will be angry when they find out I told there secret ingredient to there 6$ soup.Good with Char Siu,Swiss Chard,dash of five spice powder squeeze of lemon and a drip of Sirachi sauce.Sometimes I add fresh rice noodles to the Top Ramen.Million variations on this.
              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pho

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