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A favorite Japanese Department Store in our neighborhood mall serves a similar dish in their food department. One version is served topped off with fried mundoo, kalbi beef or meat jun and lots of kim chee. They offer a vegetarian version which is served with vegetable jun, kalbi-style tofu and sweet potatoes. I have often gone too late, only to find that they were completely sold out. You will make this over and over again to bring to pot lucks. Prepare the recipe as instructed, and simply plug it in once you are at your destination. A winner !

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Prep Time: 20-25 minutes | Cook Time: 20 minutes | Ready In: 40-45minutes
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½ lb. beef, thinly sliced

2 c. water

2 tsp. dashi no moto

½ tsp. salt

2 c. rice, rinsed

½-3/4 c. favorite kim chee, coarsely chopped

2 TB carrots, blanched, diced

2 TB takuwan (pickled turnip), diced

2 TB watercress, blanched, chopped


1 egg, fried pancake style, thinly sliced

2 TB sesame seeds, toasted, crushed


3 TB Aloha shoyu

2 TB brown sugar

1 stalk green onion, chopped

1 TB sesame seed oil

1 clove garlic, minced

¼ tsp. fresh ginger, grated

pinch red pepper flakes


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Cooking Process:

In a small mixing bowl, combine marinade ingredients. Marinate beef 15 minutes. In a mixing bowl; combine water, salt and dashi no moto; set aside. In a rice cooker; layer half of rice. Top with beef and kim chee; cover with remaining rice. Pour water mixture over rice; cook. Garnish with strips of egg pancake and sesame seeds. Serves 4-6.