July 31, 2012

Beef Misono with stir-fried vegetables

Good drink... Good meat... Good God... Let's eat! ~Dan Castellaneta (Homer Simpson)

Whenever my husband and I go to Tokyo Tokyo, we never fail to order the legendary Beef Misono. We are addicted to the garlicky and buttery taste of the beef and when it is paired with the stir-fried veggies, oh the taste is divine! 

We didn't have the time to go to the mall and just to satisfy my cravings I decided to cook my own version of Beef Misono with stir-fried vegetables.  


Beef Misono:
300g beef sirloin, thinly sliced
5 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 cup Kikkoman soysauce
2 tbsp butter
canola oil or any vegetable oil
salt and pepper to taste
1 head garlic, peeled, finely chopped, and fried until golden brown (for toppings)

Stir-fried vegetables:
1/4kg beansprouts
1/2 head cabbage, cut into pieces
1 medium size carrot, julliened
1 medium size white onion
canola oil or any vegetable oil
1 tsp butter
1/4 cup water or vegetable stock
salt and pepper to taste


Beef Misono:
1. Marinate the beef with Kikkoman soysauce for 30mins to 1 hour.
2. Heat the oil and add the garlic. 
3. Put in the marinated beef. You will notice that the beef will release a lot of water. Wait until the water has evaporated and you will see the beef begins to dry fry.
4. Add butter.
5. Add salt and pepper to taste. You may also add more Kikkoman soysauce.
6. Topped with fried garlic before serving.

Stir-fried vegetables:
1. Put oil in a wok over high heat.
2. Add the onion.
3. Once the onion becomes translucent, add the carrots, beansprouts and cabbage, stirring occasionally for about a minute.
4. Add the water or vegetable stock and continue to cook and stir until vegetables become crisp-tender, for about 5 minutes.
5. When all the water has evaporated, add the butter and season with salt and pepper.

Serve this dish with hot steamed rice.

Douzo Meshiagare! Arigato Gozaimasu!

Yield: 2-3 servings

Happy day always,



Freddie Lefler said...

I really love eating stir fry because it's very delicious and easy to cook this. It is also suited for those who are always eating nutritious food.

Beef Stir Fry

~~Rhea~~ said...

Yes Freddie, you're absolutely right. Thanks for dropping by!

Debbie Piang said...

At last, i was able to cook beef misono. Thanks for the recipe. :)

~~Rhea~~ said...

You're welcome Debbie. hope you liked it! :)

Raine said...

Thanks for this recipe! Although I will try this using Bragg’s Liquid Amino.

~~Rhea~~ said...

You're welcome Raine. Oh, I like to try it also, seems to be a healthier version.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this recipe! Very tokyo-tokyo-ish! :)



~~Rhea~~ said...

You're welcome and thank you also for dropping by.. :)

Mark Angelo Samson said...

I cant held but to write a comment. Me and my girlfriend loves this. My girlfriend name is Rhea and my Birthday is July 31 what a coincidence you can add me on facebook /markangelosamson

~~Rhea~~ said...

Wow, amazing! Thank you Mark Angelo and regards to your girlfriend.

Anonymous said...

Thanks to this recipe, my mother and i really love the beef misono of tokyo tokyo, now i want to prepare a beef misono for my husband since theres no tokyo tokyo here in abu dhabi and im glad to see your recipe so that i will make it. :) thank you so much..

~~Rhea~~ said...

You're welcome and thanks also for dropping by. I hope you'll like my version. Good luck! :D

Anonymous said...

Will make this for dinner! Since there is no tokyo tokyo here in USA, this is a great way to ease my craving for beef misono. Hopefully my husband would like it.

~~Rhea~~ said...

Hi, I hope you and your husband will like it... Regards,

rem said...

it our favorite too in tokyo tokyo but we dont have a chance to go there because of busy schedule. im so happy to find your recipe it looks easy to follow. im not a cook but i will try this and i hope he will like it. by the way can i just a 1 tbsp of butter? what butter you specifically use? because he don't want it to be too oily.

thank you so much. hope to hear from you.

~~Rhea~~ said...

Hi Rem, sure, you can use 1 Tbsp of butter. I used Anchor but any brand will do. Good luck! I hope you will both like it! :)

Jayson Biag said...

Hi thanks for the recipe. You really captured the taste of the beef misono that we are craving for so badly since there is no tokyo tokyo in UAE. My wife and friends really loved it.

Jayson Biag said...

Hi thanks for the recipe. You really captured the taste of the beef misono that we are craving for so badly since there is no tokyo tokyo in UAE. My wife and friends really loved it.

~~Rhea~~ said...

Hi Jayson, wow! you make me happy! :D I'm glad that you all liked it. Cheers!

Jhoiz Rachelle said...

Hi.. my kids(you can see them in my blog jhoizrachelle.blogspot.com)) love beef misono tokyo tokyo style. .will cook this for dinner and talk about it later on..thanks so much for the recipe :) cheers

Reahfe said...

Hi, i once worked in tokyo2... We add in a little rice wine when simmering the beef to bring out the flavor.. Hope this helps.. God bless!

~~Rhea~~ said...

Hi Reahfe,
Thanks a lot for your input. I will definitely try it soon!!! God bless you too! :D

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