Slow Cooked Tender Beef Spareribs With Homemade Yakiniku Sauce

In this cooking recipe video, we introduce how to make mouth-watering juicy and flavorful Yakiniku flavored beef spareribs at home that are slow cooked to tender perfection. The tender meat is paired with a homemade delicious Japanese Yakiniku sauce, packed with rich flavors and healthier than any store-bought option. We show you how to make authentic and delicious Japanese homemade yakiniku sauce (Yakiniku no tare) with simple seasonings, and how to make tender beef spareribs that are marinated in the sauce overnight and slowly steamed in a low-temperature oven. Yakiniku sauce is a savory and slightly sweet condiment that is often used as a dipping sauce for grilled meats in Japan. With a soy sauce base, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, gochujang, and onions and apples, you can easily make a natural and deep-flavored yakiniku sauce at home that is much tastier than store-bought products. But wait, there's more! This sauce is not just limited to meats. It also goes great with fried rice, stir-fried vegetables, tofu, and more. You can get creative with your cooking and use this versatile sauce in a variety of dishes. With our step-by-step cooking tutorial, you can easily recreate this mouth-watering dish in the comfort of your own kitchen. ============================================================= 📌 You Can Get Those Ingredients Which I Used in This Video on Amazon: ============================================================= ❥ Soy Sauce 👉 ❥ Mirin 👉 ❥ Sesame Oil 👉 ❥ Hondashi 👉 ❥ Gochujang 👉 ❥ Sesame Seeds 👉 ============================================================= ============================================================= 🎵 This video's music is royalty-free and can be found on 👉 “Still Now” by Headlund ============================================================= ● Ingredients (for 1~2) ・Beef spare ribs … 4-6 pieces ~Sauce~ ・Soy sauce... 70ml ・Sake … 70ml ・Mirin … 70ml ・Sesame oil ... 2 tablespoons ・Hondashi … 1/2 tsp ・Apple cider vinegar ... 1 tbsp ・Garlic ... 3 to 5 ・Ginger … the same amount as garlic ・Apple ... 1/2 ・Onion ... 1/4 ・Honey... 1 tablespoon ・Gochujang … 1 tbsp ・Sesame seeds... 1 tbsp ・Olive oil ● Cooking Recipe ① Grate the garlic, ginger, apple, and onion, mix the ingredients for the sauce, and add the sesame seeds while crushing them with your fingers. ② Peel off the membrane on the back side of the spare ribs and cut bone by bone. ③ Put the spare ribs in a ziplock bag, pour half the sauce, mix everything, and leave it in the refrigerator overnight to soak in the flavor. Bring the other half to a simmer and reserve for the sauce. ④ When the spareribs are soaked in flavor, take them out, wrap them tightly in aluminum foil, and place them in an oven preheated to 122°C (250F) for about 3.5 hours. ⑤ Heat a frying pan over medium heat, drizzle with olive oil, add half of the sauce reserved for the sauce and the spare ribs, cover the spare ribs evenly with the sauce, cover, and let the flavors blend for about 1 minute. ⑥ After serving on a plate, sprinkle parsley for color and serve with sauce. ● Cooking tips ・You can use the yakiniku sauce as it is as a kneading sauce, but if you want to use it as a dipping sauce or sauce for grilled meat, boil it in a pot or heat it in the microwave before using it. ・If you have a food processor, you can cut the garlic, apples, and onions coarsely and put them through a food processor together. ・If you don't want to wait for a long time for steaming, you can also bake it in an oven preheated to 200°C (400F) for about 20 minutes. ・It's also great for barbecues #japanesefood #beefspareribsrecipe #dinneridea #yakinikunotarerecipe #homemadeyakinikusauce #yakinikusauce