No need for rice cookers! How to make a complete Guiden beef bowl in one mess ton 【prescription

An outdoor cooking recipe that is great to wait for your next camping trip..

There is a simple purity for the Japanese. Bowls of rice. You get everything you need in one bowl, the flavors of all the ingredients come together in a delicious and nourishing harmony.

Of course, even if you only need one table to eat a bowl of rice, you still need all kinds of utensils and pans to make the bowl of rice right? Not necessarily, because We have a recipe that allows you to cook whole gouden, or beef bowl, in one pan for you to eat.. And yes, that means. You don’t even need a rice cooker! All you need is one. Mess tonThe kind that you can get from any camping or outdoor equipment supplier.

* Rice (144 ml [4.7 ounces])
* Water (180 ml [6.1 ounces])
● 4 times concentrated mentuyu bonito broth stock (2.5 tablespoons)
خاطر Marine Cooking (1 tablespoon)
* Beef (150 grams) [5.3 ounces])
● 1/2 onion
* 1 egg yolk
Pickled Ginger (to taste)
ری Green onions (according to taste)

Again, this recipe comes from Japanese YouTuber Chef. Can outdoor cookingAnd while it was originally intended for camping, nothing could stop us from using it to make some very simple, delicious gourds at home.

Step 1: Pour the rice and water into the mess and let it soak for 30 minutes.

Step 2: Chop the onion.

Step 3: Cut the beef into strips about two centimeters (0.8 inches) wide.

Step 4: Once the rice has been soaked for 30 minutes, add Mentusio and Marin in the Mason Tin Advertisement. ۔

Step 5: Add onion and beef. In particular, you want to make sure that the beef is evenly distributed so that it is well soaked in the flavor of the broth.

Step 6: Now it’s time to close the lid and start cooking.

If you’re using a block of solid cooking fuel, Kane says you can just leave it on until the fuel is used up. On the other hand, if you are using a gas burner, you may first want to start cooking on medium heat for 10 to 15 minutes, then switch to low heat for another 10 minutes. It may seem like a long time, but Guiden beef is a kind of nemono, a traditional Japanese steamed dish, and therefore the cooking process is slow and steady.

* Since the material is boiling, you may want to place something on top of the mason tin so that the lid does not rise during the heat.

Step 7: Once cooked, wrap the mess in a towel to let it steam for the last 15 minutes.

Step 8: At this point, the scent of Guidon is becoming unbearably attractive. Fortunately, it’s almost ready to eat, so carefully remove the lid of the mess tin, making sure it doesn’t get stuck on your fingers.

Step 9: If necessary, spread the meat to smooth out any lumps, then put your egg yolk in the middle.

This is actually an optional step. Some people prefer a bowl of beef without eggs, and that’s fine. For those who appreciate the extra egg, though, Kane says the heat of the gourd itself will be enough to cook the yolk.

Step 10: And lastly, add as many ginger and green onions as you like. This is also an optional step, because when they add some good color to the presentation, some people enjoy the straightforward taste of beef, onion and rice without any additional interference.


All that remains to be done is to dig! If you have added egg yolks, it is a good idea to break it with your chopsticks at the beginning of the meal, to maximize its reach and help it absorb the heat of the rice. Found

▼ Ken’s video demonstration

The whole process of preparing food, including the soaking time of rice, takes about 60 minutes. But while this prescription does not provide instant gratification to Guiden, it does involve only 10 minutes of active work on your part. This means you have plenty of time to pitch your tent and look at the pictures taken while hiking and to increase your appetite while your dinner is cooking, or just to relax on the sofa. And if you’re cold, open it. Stay at home and enjoy this delicious outdoor recipe.

Reference: Can Outdoor Cooking
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