Hanging out for Yummy Teppanyaki on Saturday Night

I knew that I’m not single anymore, I’ve just getting married with my lovely man, my husband. Exactly on November 20, 2011 I officially became a wife. What a Great Life I have, Thanks to Allah for everything I have.

This Saturday night after having lazy time all day long, I asked my husband to treat me for dinner…and guest what the restaurant I choose?? Yups…Teppanyaki at Koi Teppanyaki, Mall Artha Gading, 3rd Floor, since the place was very close from our house. Hmmm… I’ve already imagine how delicious and yummy the slice beef, shrimp, scallops, lobster, chicken and assorted vegetables cooked together in the big plate called iron griddle.  The chef will cooked them in front of the guests at restaurants. So let’s go and taste teppanyaki before I feel more hungry because of my yummy food imagination.

Slice Beef Teppanyaki @Rp 28,000

I loved the bean sprouts very much because it’s crunchy and smells good when I mixed it with the slice beef and a crop of soft tofu. It results a great taste… Yummy…

Well, the price was also affordable for teppanyaki lover, only with Rp 28,000 we could order slice beef teppanyaki. If you don’t like beef, you can order fish fillet teppanyaki, squid set teppanyaki, prawn teppanyaki, chicken set teppanyaki, tenderloin and also combo is available.

Teppanyaki Menu @ KOI Teppanyaki

They also provide a Sirloin Shabu-Shabu set, consisting of a plate of sliced beef, a bowl of rice, and a big plate of vegetable. Extra Chicken Dumpling and also Tofu. However, the special things for me only the bean sprouts, I can taste the good one here. 😀

I think someday I want to cook it by myself, after I’m searching for the recipe on the internet, I found a teppanyaki blog that explain about how we can cook it. First there must be a variety of meat, seafood and vegetables all pre chopped. Meat is usually sliced very thinly and marinaded preferably overnight. Once cooked serve with a few different dipping sauces and that is it.

Here is the ingredients:

Grilled Steak and Vegetables

  • 11-1/4 oz rib eye steak, partially frozen
  • 4 small eggplants
  • 3-1/2 oz fresh shitake mushrooms
  • 3-1/2 oz baby green beans
  • 6 baby yellow or green squash
  • 1 red or green bell pepper; seeded
  • 6 green onions, outside layer removed
  • 6-3/4 oz canned bamboo shoots, drained
  • 1/4 cup light vegetable oil
  • 5ml Sesame Seeds
  • 1 cup Soy Sauce
  • 15ml Sugar
  • 20ml Sesame Oil
  • 1 Onion
  • 6 Cloves Garlic
  • soy and ginger dipping sauce or sesame seed dipping sauce

Teppanyaki Recipe Instructions:

Slice the steak into very thin pieces (this is very easy to do if the steak is partially frozen). Mark a large cross on each slice of meat. Place the slices in a single layer on a large serving platter and season thoroughly with plenty of salt and freshly ground pepper. In a large bowl mix soy sauce, pear juice, sugar and sesame salt. Stir and add chopped green onion, mince garlic and sesame oil and stir again. Refrigerate meat overnight or for at least one hour before cooking.

Trim ends from the eggplants and cut the flesh into long, very thin diagonal slices. Trim any hard stems from the mushrooms, and trim ends of the beans. If the beans are longer than about 2-3/4 inches, cut them in two. Quarter or halve the squash, or leave whole, depending on the size. Cut the bell pepper into thin strips and slice the green onions into lengths about 2-3/4 inches long, discarding the tops. Trim the bamboo shoot slices to a similar size. Arrange all the vegetables attractively in separate bundles on a serving plate.

When the guests are seated, heat an electric grill or electric frying pan until very hot, and then lightly brush it with the oil. Quickly fry about a quarter of the meat, searing on both sides, and then push it over to the edge of the pan. Add about a quarter of the vegetables to the grill or pan and quickly stir-fry, adding a little more oil as needed. Serve a small portion of the meat and vegetables to guests in individual servings. The food should be dipped into a sauce of their choice, and then eaten. Serve with steamed rice.

Repeat the process with the remaining meat and vegetables, cooking in small batches as extra helpings are requested.

Source: Teppanyakirecipes

The chef of Teppanyaki cooked in fromt of the guests

Hmm… after I practice the recipe I will share the result in here. Wish me luck 😀

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