I love combining simple ingredients with a few unique items to make an outstanding dish. This Shiitake Beef And Rice With Asparagus recipe brings in so much flavor with minimal ingredients. I’m so excited to have Sugimoto, Dried Shiitake Mushrooms as a sponsor of this fun recipe. I love that I can store these delicious mushrooms in my pantry and rehydrate them anytime I want to get that amazing umami flavor. The shiitake mushrooms combined with thinly sliced beef and asparagus makes for an awesome meal any day of the week. Grab this recipe below and make it in under 30 minutes!
How to Make Shiitake Beef And Rice With Asparagus
This recipe is fairly simple and creates a delicious meal for families. Start by rehydrating the mushrooms. I rinse the dried mushrooms and add to a ball jar with cold water. Then place it in the fridge for at least an hour to really get them softened up and ready to use. Next, make white rice in a small saucepan. In a medium to large skillet, melt butter and add in the onion.
Once the onions have cooked for a couple minutes add in the shiitake mushrooms and let those simmer for a few minutes as well.
Next, add in the thinly sliced shaved beef steak. I found this at Trader Joe’s if you haven’t seen it in the grocery store. Add in the sliced asparagus at the same time.
Make sure to give it a good stir and cover to cook longer. As the beef is cooking, make the sauce. Combine the soy sauce, beef broth and brown sugar then pour it on top of the beef mixture.
Simmer the Shiitake Beef for another 3 minutes to combine all of the flavors. Grab the full recipe below!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 370Total Fat: 22gSaturated Fat: 10gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 100mgSodium: 680mgCarbohydrates: 16gFiber: 2gSugar: 4gProtein: 27g
Now your dish is ready to enjoy! Mark and the kids are not big on mushrooms but they all enjoyed this meal and even asked for seconds. I will be making this dish more and more and I hope you enjoy it too!
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This post is sponsored by Sugimoto. All opinions are my own.