Hayashi rice (sometimes called hashed beef) is a popular Western-style comfort food which typically consists of tender beef, onions and mushrooms cooked in a demi-glace sauce and served with rice. This unique hayashi sauce is entirely vegan with a deep, rich flavor that comes from eight different vegetables (tomatoes, onions, carrots, garlic, celery, leeks, mushrooms, and shiitake) which are combined with aromatic spices and finished with a special domestic red wine. And since no animal products are used, it has less fat compared to typical hayashi sauce.
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Suggested uses:Make your own hayashi rice using the recipe below. To make a hamburger sauce, dissolve ~1 Tbsp of the Vegan Hayashi Sauce in a pot with 100ml of hot water. Cook over low heat until the sauce thickens. You can also mix in ketchup before serving. Can also be used in stews, pastas or meat/fish sauces.
2 Tbsp oil
100g thinly-sliced beef
½ medium onion, sliced
3 mushrooms, sliced
½ packageVegan Hayashi (Demi-Glace) Sauce
Heat oil in a pan and cook beef, onions and mushrooms over medium heat until beef is no longer pink.
Add water to the pan and bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
Turn off the heat and add in the Vegan Hayashi (Demi-Glace) Sauce. Mix until dissolved and simmer on low until thickened.
Serve over hot rice. You can make it vegan by substituting the beef with your favorite ingredient.
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