日本での一年間

December 31, 2010

Yukhoe (Beef Sashimi)

Filed under: abroad, Cuisine, Food, South Korea, Trips — Tags: , — myyearinjapan @ 4:02 pm

On my last night in Busan, my friends took me out for Yukhoe, Korean beef tartare. We had it served three ways, on its own, over rice, and over noodles. Each one had slightly different flavor due to the different toppings. I’m not sure what was used to flavor the rice or noodles, but the plain beef was served with cheese, greens and three sauces that were all sesame based. Delicious!

yukhoe

Raw beef. Behind it, a raw egg yolk, in front of it, cheese, and to the right in this picture are the sauces.

yukhoe and rice

Yukhoe on rice. Yummy in my tummy.

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  1. […] dinner? I’ve already had various types of fish sashimi and when I was in South Korea, I tried raw beef (delicious!). But horse was a first for me. They definitely aren’t kosher because horse […]

    Pingback by Eating Basashi (Horse Sashimi) « 日本での一年間 — April 3, 2011 @ 11:55 pm


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