Pepper Lunch Inspired Sizzling Steak


Serves 1

One of my favorite Japanese Sizzling steak franchise is called “Pepper Lunch”. I took my mom to dine in the Jakarta branch before flying off to Sendai 3 years ago and loved it. The concept of the restaurant is more like a diner than a restaurant. You go and buy a ticket then give it to the cashier where they will prepare and drop at your table. The cut steak will be accompanied with salad, miso soup and rice.

I felt like making it at home, so I browsed in the internet. Thanks to Bams Kitchen, who uploaded the recipe. I adjusted some of the ingredients and it tasted great.

Ingredients:
300gr sirloin steak
1 tsp garlic paste
1/2 tsp mustard
1 tsp soyu
1 tsp honey
3/4 tsp pepper
1 tsp butter
2 cups of beansprout

How to prepare:
-cut the sirloin steak into 1,5cm dices, set aside
-in a bowl mix all the ingredients except for the beansprout together and cool in the freezer for at least 20 minutes
-take out to room temperature
-heat hot plate
-add the cut steak and bean sprout
-sprinkle a dash of salt and pepper on the beansprout

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3 thoughts on “Pepper Lunch Inspired Sizzling Steak

  1. There’s really nothing like a sizzling steak with the right marinade or sauce. I’m bookmarking this one, it would make great left overs too on a salad!

  2. Thank you for the mention. My teenage boys just love this recipe. We make it at home all the time as it is so quick and easy. However they just opened a second “Pepper Lunch” restaurant in Causeway bay so I will need to visit this soon to check on the other sauces. Take Care, BAM

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