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       Title: Elegant Asparagus Beef Roll with Teriyaki Sauce
  Categories: Meats, Breads, Vegetables, Chinese
       Yield: 2 servings
            Beef, loin
            Asparagus, fresh
            Mushrooms, Inoki
            Mushrooms, Shitake,
            Onions, green
 ---------------------------MARINADE FOR THE BEEF---------------------------
       1 ts Wine, rice
       1 ts Soy sauce
       1 lg Egg white
       1 ds Ginger, ground
       1 ds Cornstarch
       1 ds Garlic, minced
       1 ds Pepper, black
       2 tb Teriyaki sauce
       2 tb Broth
   Preparation: ============
    Cook the asparagus by boiling, steaming, stir-frying or microwaving until
   it’s tender.  (The whole spear with the tough end cut off should be kept
   whole.) Steaming takes 2 to 3 minutes. Stir-frying 1 to 2 and so on. Use
   whatever method you prefer.
    Prepare the marinade for the beef by mixing all of the ingredients well
   and setting them aside.
    Prepare some braising sauce for the cooking and set aside.
    Slice your beef loin into very thin slices.  Put them in a small baking
   dish or shallow bowl and cover with marinade ingredients. Stir well to mix
   and set in a refrigerator for ten minutes or more.
   Cooking: ========
    Take one of the marinated slices of beef and “fill” it with some Inoki
   mushroom, some Shitake mushroom, a little green onion, and steamed
   asparagus and roll the beef.  Use a toothpick to secure the meat.
    Brown in a little peanut oil (two rolls per person as a serving).
    Add the braising sauce (Teriyaki and broth) and cover, cooking over medium
   heat for three to four minutes until done.
    Serve rolls with cooked rice, and garnish with drippings from the pan and
   some Inoki mushrooms.
    Source: Martin Yan’s Cooking for Two Show - 1994
   : KQED - PBS Productions, San Francisco