If you can’t find the beef already sliced, ask your meat vendor to slice the meat thinly.
Or you can freeze the meat and then thaw it overnight in the refrigerator.
Using a sharp and heavy knife, slice the half-thawed beef against the grain.
Squeeze juice from the apple over the sliced beef and set aside.
TIP: Put your onion into the freezer for a few minutes so it won’t sting your eyes when you grate it.
Grate the onion and pear into pulp.
Mix the pear and onion pulp with the soy sauce and crushed garlic.
If it’s not sweet enough for your tastes, add sugar and taste until it meets your liking.
Place the meat in a bowl or a ziploc bag and pour in the marinade.
Add the sesame seed oil, sliced green onions, and black pepper.
Massage the marinade into the meat for about 1-2 minutes.
Make sure none of the slices of beef are stuck together and that the marinade has been distributed evenly.
Cover the bowl with plastic or seal the ziploc bag.
Refrigerate for at least a few hours, ideally overnight.
Cook over a griddle or in an unoiled non-stick frying pan.
I drizzled the juice from the pan back into the cooked meat because it was a bit dry.
Serve and Enjoy! 😄