Teppanyaki teishoku, plancha menu

Teppanyaki, grilled on the hot plate, the plancha. That’s a simple way to cook meat. Today I had thinly sliced beef liver.

Teishoku, the menu, the set.

I just grilled the liver together with slices of dry garlic that neutralize its smell.

The final touch : fragrant sesame oil in the plate, ready to receive the meat.

Three quick sides : miso soup with tofu and wakame seaweed, kimchi and rice.

The rice is a mix of genmai (brown rice), red rice and mochi awa (mil).

The meal with 2 servings of rice :
Cal 716.3 F22.1g C92.1g P52.9g

The liver coated by sesame oil… yuuuuuuummmy !

4 thoughts on “Teppanyaki teishoku, plancha menu

  1. Pingback: Ryori, a Japanese classic menu… (compilation by cooking techniques) « GOURMANDE in OSAKA

  2. (ovo) MMhh, ça a l’air bien bon ! J’ai testé reba nira il y a quelque temps, j’essaierai bien ça aussi… Avec l’huile de sésame… J’aimerai bien avoir du riz multigrain…

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