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Yuk Hoe (Korean Beef Tartare)

A popular dish at our neighborhood Korean Restaurant; once served as their special of the day is now a regular item on their menu. This Yuk Hoe (Beef Tartare) fresh and lightly spiced flavored beef is traditionally served with Asian pears, cucumber and lettuce leaves.

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Prep Time: 15-20 minutes | Cook Time: | Ready In: Refrigerate 1-2 hours
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1/2 lb. beef tenderloin or sirloin, trimmed of fat, 1/8-inch slivers

1 small Japanese cucumber, thinly sliced

1 small Asian pear

½ lemon, juice

2 small egg yolks, optional


2-3 tsp. Aloha shoyu, as desired

1 tsp. honey

1 tsp. ginger, peeled, grated

1 clove garlic, grated

½ tsp. koo choo jang sauce

1 stalk green onion, minced

how to serve:

In a mixing bowl; combine sauce ingredients; mix with meat. Refrigerate 1-2 hours, no more than 3 hours. Peel and core pear; cut into thin slivers. Place in a mixing bowl and toss with lemon juice. When ready for service; remove 2 tablespoons of pear and chop. Toss into beef mixture. Mound meat mixture onto serving plates. Make a slight indentation in the center. Top with optional egg yolk. Arrange pear and cucumber onto side of meat mixture. Serves 4-6.