Korean Beef Simmered in Soy Sauce (Jangjorim)
I have been making jangjorim for many years but recently decided to make it into a recipe to pass it on to my daughter. I have had my young Korean friends try it, and they told me that it tasted just like how their mothers made it! It is a Korean side dish, banchan, but it's so good you can just eat this and rice for a quick yummy meal anytime. jangjorim can be served cold right from the fridge, at room temperature, or can be heated up in the microwave. Add fresh ginger, if you like ginger.
Eye of round steak can be substituted for beef brisket.
Cool and store jangjorim in the fridge and it can last for 10 days or more. Removing garlic and chili pepper from the recipe will allow the jangjorim to be stored for even longer periods.