Hayashi Rice Stew


Hayashi Rice Stew is a ‘yoshoku’ dish, meaning a Japanese dish that has been heavily influenced by Western cuisine. Like Japanese curry, Hayashi Rice Stew is often served as an evening meal, a comfort food for adults yearning a bit of home cooking. The origin of the name Hayashi is unknown, but may be an adaptation of ‘hashed beef’, a style of meat stew.

Hayashi Rice Stew is made from tender beef and fresh vegetables, covered with a delicious tomato-rich demi glace sauce. This aromatic and succulent dish served with rice is incredibly easy to make and if you’re already a fan of Japanese curry we’re sure this recipe will be right up your street.

Group 4 people  Time 0 minutes  Hourglass 40 minutes  Money_pound spend


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