Asparagus Beef Rolls

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Asparagus Beef Rolls

Asparagus Beef Rolls are a delightful combination of tender asparagus spears rolled with thinly sliced beef and cooked with a flavorful Teriyaki sesame sauce. This dish is incredibly versatile, serving as an easy appetizer or a satisfying main dish, made from simple ingredients. What’s more, it’s convenient; you can prepare them the night before and cook them fresh on the day you plan to serve them. This recipe is easily scalable, making it ideal for gatherings and potlucks. It’s also perfect for meal prepping Bento lunches; simply make extra for dinner and enjoy leftovers for the next day’s lunch. When cooking, be mindful not to overcook the asparagus to preserve its tender but nice crispy texture. The addition of sesame oil and seeds adds a twist to the traditional Teriyaki sauce. Alternatively, for those who prefer a more savory taste, Yakiniku BBQ sauce can be substituted. We hope you enjoy them!

Asparagus Beef Rolls

Asparagus spears are wrapped with thinly sliced beef and then pan-fried in Teriyaki sesame sauce

Prep Time10 minutes

Cook Time10 minutes

Total Time20 minutes

Course: Appetizer, Main Course

Cuisine: Japanese

Keyword: asparagus, beef, teriyaki sauce

Servings: 2 servings

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  • Use a peeler to remove the tough outer skin and fibrous parts from the base of the asparagus stalks. Cut them in half and blanch briefly in boiling water, then let them cool.

  • Sprinkle potato starch on one side of sliced beef, place the asparagus, and wrap and roll with the meat.

  • Heat oil in a frying pan over medium heat. Place the meat-wrapped asparagus in the pan and cook until browned all around. Add the rest of the ingredients and coat the meat well with the sauce.


Noriko and Yuko, the authors of this site, are both from Japan but now live in California. They love cooking and eating great food, and share a similar passion for home cooking using fresh ingredients. Noriko and Yuko plan and develop recipes together for Japanese Cooking 101. They cook and shoot photos/videos at their home kitchen(s.)

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