This is so easy and so tasty! Full of flavor and healthy too. Followed the directions exactly except for the Sake... used white wine vinegar instead. To me its almost like a VERY easy stuffed cabbage roll recipe - same wonderful flavor but hardly any work. Thanks!
Very good and easy to make, Served with a baby green salad with sliced mango. Love crockpot recipes this is a Keeper. Thank you Chia. Barb
This was a tasty stew for us. I used powdered ginger, left out the sake and used beef stew cuts. I'll make this one again. Thanks!
this was awesome! I marinated my london broil for 3 days and then poured the juices over top the steak in the crockpot. DELICIOUS!! However, i was glad I kept an eye on it as it was cooked after around 3 or 4 hours - maybe I have a powerful crockpot? I would watch it. I was lazy and used a bag of fresh coleslaw mix in place of the cabbage and it was awesome! Will definitely make this again. I also used white wine instead of sake.
Bland. Waste of good meat.
We used the ingredient list from this recipe, but changed the cooking method because I don't have a crockpot. It's a terrific flavor combo with the sesame/cabbage and beef. We added a Tbs or so of sesame seeds too. We sliced the beef and made this in the skillet, which worked just fine. I'm concerned about low-carbbing when I chose to serve this over brown jasmine rice. Yummy dish!
I made this for a church function featuring Asian Gardening. Everyone was surprised at how well the cabbage and onions teamed with the beef. (I did leave out the sake and it still tasted fine.) Some wanted to add rice but that would change the carbs and we decided it was just fine by itself. I liked how easy it was to put everything together and then the crockpot does the rest. Several people said they would definitely try the recipe soon. We decided overall that it's a good and easy recipe that we will make again.
After a long day at the office, this was a wonderful dinner to come home to. It is full of flavor. Added corn bread and assortment of fresh raw veggies.