Yakiniku, which directly translates to barbecued meat, is a style of Japanese cooking where thin slices of fresh meat are grilled over charcoal. Yakiniku focuses on maximizing the natural flavor of the ingredients so the meat is rarely marinated or pre-seasoned. The meat is cooked very quickly over the heat of the flaming coals and are eaten immediately with salt, lemon, and a splash of tare dipping sauce. Gyu-Kaku is a well-established yakiniku restaurant with a variety of signature sauces. Tare is a sweet soy sauce that can be modified with a plethora of ingredients to yield excellent flavor.
Ingredients (Yellow): Garlic, millet jelly, salt, sugar, soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt), oil (sesame, soybean), starch, sesame seed, vinegar, monosodium glutamate.
Ingredients (Black): Sugar, soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt), millet jelly, salt, ginger, canola oil, garlic, sesame seed, pepper, citric acid, monosodium glutamate, xanthan gum.
Ingredients (Red): Sugar, soy sauce (soybean, wheat, salt), millet jelly, salt, soybean paste, apple, vinegar, sesame seed, spices, apple juice, sesame oil, onion, starch, monosodium glutamate.