Marinated Boneless Beef Short Ribs Low Calorie Recipe # 3
I love beef short ribs. They have an amazing beef flavor and they are extremely affordable.
1.5 to 2 pounds of boneless beef short ribs.
1 heaping table spoon of miso paste (fermented = GOOD, more to follow in the supplement post)
2 tblspoons of water
2 tblspoons of rice vinegar
1 tblspoon garlic powder
combine all ingredients and make sure all of the miso paste is dissolved.
In a large ziploc bag or non reactive bowl let your meat marinate for AT LEAST 24 hours. It will be perfect if you keep it in the fridge for 48 hours. The miso and vinegar will penetrate the meat. The acidity of the vinegar “cooks” the meat slowly.
When you are ready to eat, let the meat come to room temperature. Slice your boneless rib in thin slices. This looks so good, I think I could even eat it raw. The meat outside surface area HAS cooked and the inside is “rare”. It’s a beautiful contrast of colors you will see.
Next get your non stick pan nice and hot. Don’t add any fat.
Put your thin slices in the pan and let them sear quickly and than mix it around a bit. Cooking time is minimal here…you can cook until the “red” color in the middle of the slices disappears…or not if you like it more on the “rare” side. Take a look at the finished plate
This is what it should look like in your pan.
If you are a fan of “Mongolian beef” or “Korean BBQ” or “Teppan Yaki” steakhouses…. you will LOVE LOVE LOVE this meat. This simple flavorful cut of beef combined with the few marinating ingredients and the element of time, create a flavor, in your own home or for your guests/family, that will truly blow you away.
3 ounces of beef comes in at 250 calories and 26 grams of protein. I only prepare 6 ounces at a time for myself as I could probably eat a pound and a half in one sitting.
I’m very excited for this weekend as I will checking out my first real BBQ Festival. It’s actually a BLUES & BBQ Festival. I will take plenty of pictures and I’m very excited to taste the creations of some real BBQ pit masters while listening to some good tunes.
By the way, you can find miso paste in most markets now. I would love for you all to try this recipe and give me some feedback. This recipe creates the kind of flavor and taste sensation, that you are simply not used to eating at home.
Enjoy your loved ones and the weekend and BE HAPPY.