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Meat Jun
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Meat Jun

Meat Jun

Serves 4-6 - Essentially a Hawaiian/Korean mashup that to me should be called Hawaiian Meat Candy - but that sounds gross, so forget it. It’s just crispy, super delicious thin slices of well marinated beef -that’s better


  • 3/4 pound very thinly sliced (as in paper-ish thin) beef - rib eye or cross rib
  • 3/4 cup soy sauce
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 3 tablespoons sesame oil
  • 3 cloves garlic, chopped super fine
  • Flour
  • 4 eggs, beaten
  • Oil for frying, anything but a flavored oil


  1. In a medium bowl combine soy, sugar, sesame oil & garlic - mix well
  2. Add thinly sliced meat, making sure it’s covered and refrigerate about an hour
  3. Heat pan with 1/8 inch of oil to medium high
  4. Remove beef from marinade, shaking off excess, dip both sides in flour so well covered, shake off excess, dip in egg then put slices into the pan
  5. Cook until done, about a minute a side, remove to paper towels, then cut into strips and eat