This taste just like it. I love this recipe. Very simple :).
Easy,quick and delicious..
Very good copycat. I began by roasting a rump roast to rare. That way, I knew I could add the beef to the broth so it wouldn't get too tough. Also, I could use the roast for other stuff. I could tell that was way too much sugar and soy sauce for my tastes, so I cut that in half. Even with the sugar cut in half it was too much, so next time I will use even less. I also had to make a number of subs since I didn't have stuff on hand, which could have something to do with why the sugar made it too sweet. I used beef broth, vermouth and sherry in place of dashi, sake and mirin. Even with all the subs, it came out really good. Very pleased!
Delicious, it's been a really long time since I've had Yoshinoya since there are none out here, so I don't quite remember exactly how it tastes, but I must say this is a worthy substitute.
Very simple recipe. It taste just like the real thing. I wasn't sure how much dashi broth went into the water but I guessed it, and it came together very well. My family and I moved out of state and these no yoshinoyas here so this will be a stabe recipe in our home.