Quick Yakiniku Dinner

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“Pork Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2022

Tonight we enjoyed a simple sliced pork yakiniku. It was yummy and very easy to make! All the ingredients are readily available, and the dipping sauce for the meat is just sesame oil and salt. We prefer to have larger leaf lettuce, but we just used what we had left in the fridge, and sliced half an onion and two jalapeños. Kimchee and mozzarella cheese round out the meal. Simple and delicious! 😀

Yakiniku

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“Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2021

Tonight’s dinner was yakiniku with Japanese wagyu beef, sliced pork belly, sausage, mushrooms, cheese, and homegrown nasubi and jalapeño peppers. The beef was amazing, and the peppers were off-the-chart spicy! We also had some store-bought peppers which were very mild, thankfully.

I love spicy food, but these peppers were almost too much. I’d say these were almost as hot as habaneros! 🔥🌶 I loved them though. 😂

Yakiniku Heaven

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“Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2021

Yakiniku must be one of the top meals for meat-eaters. Grilling right at the table is such a treat! In addition to the beef, pork belly, and sausage, we had mozzarella cheese, haloumi cheese, onion, kimchee, salad, and Sigeumchi-namul (spinach). So yummy!

Yakiniku Dinner

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“Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2020

We live near an H-Mart Korean Market so having yakiniku at home is a convenient dinner option. The market has many different kinds of meats, sliced and/or marinated, ready for the grill-pan. For tonight’s dinner, we had thinly-sliced fatty pork belly, lightly-marinated beef, and mini smoked sausages. Veggies included lettuce, kimchee, zucchini, onion, jalapeno, pickled cauliflower, and salad. So yummy!

I hope you had a nice day! 😀

Yakiniku Dinner

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“Yakiniku” Cedar Park, 2019

Friday dinner: Yakiniku! Pork, beef, jalapeño, onion, kimchee, leafy lettuce, shiitake, sigeumchi-namul, kongnamool, cheese, pickled daikon/carrot, and Scotch Bonnet peppers… yum!!!