Your NEW favorite Wagyu Beef Steak Bowl and Mochi Barley Recipe. A bowl of prime Wagyu beef and barley is perfect for your next gloomy day, whether it be winter or a spring shower.
Warm and comforting, mochi barley gives you the flavor to backup this marbled beef. So gather your ingredients and jump right into the kitchen.
Barley is an excellent addition to any diet. It packs four times as much fiber as brown rice*, and its high fiber content is beneficial to one’s overall health. Hakubaku’s Mochi Mugi, the number one barley brand in Japan**, is easy to prepare and provides a nutritious boost when included as part of a regular diet. Mochi Mugi barley pairs well with many kinds of food, and one easy way you can enjoy it us by simply adding it to rice before cooking. It is a wonderful complement to Wagyu beef, as you will see in the recipe provided. Try a Wagyu beef steak bowl with delicious barley rice tonight!
Ingredients (serves 4)
|3 cups rice|
|1 packet Hakubaku Mochi Mugi|
|4 servings wagyu beef for steak (each serving about 8oz)|
|1 garlic clove|
|Japanese daikon radish|
|1 pk shiso leaf|
|Green onion for garnish (optional)|
- Before setting rice to cook, add one packet of Mochi Barley and an additional ½ cup of water. Set rice aside to cook and prepare additional ingredients.
*Note: No need to wash or rinse Hakubaku Mochi Barley. Be sure to add an additional ½ cup of water for every packet of Mochi Barley used.
- Slice garlic thin and brown in pan with a little oil.
- Lightly season steak and add to pan, searing it on both sides. Once it finishes cooking, remove and slice into strips to place over rice.
- Grate Japanese daikon radish and mix in a little ponzu sauce to make a Japanese style horseradish.
- Cut shiso leaves and green onion into thin slices.
- Put desired amount of cooked Hakubaku Mochi Barley and rice onto bowl.
- Top with a few strips of wagyu steak. Add a dollop of the daikon horseradish and garnish with shiso leaf and green onion.
HEY!: If you’re not using quick-cooking Mochi Barley, the #1 Jjapanese pearled barley brand in Japan you are missing out. Mochi Barley only takes 15 minutes to cook in boiling water versus 60 for other barley brands.
GREAT TIP: You can save some time in the kitchen by soaking your grains a day before. That makes working with traditional pearled barley SO much easier when considering that NOBODY has time to wait 60 minutes in the kitchen anymore.
Then again, if you have a day to soak your grains, you might as well just order up some today!