Japanese Grilled Ginger Pork (Buta-no-Syouga-Yaki) | pork recipes in Japanese cooking

How to cook Japanese Grilled Ginger Pork

(at this time, serving with bean sprouts)

Japanese eat pork well as one of our food-culture.

It’s one of meat dish to cook the most easily in Japanese cuisine.

Japanese eat it much as Lunch or Dinner.

Fresh off kitchen one is the most delicious. When you cook it, please eat fresh off kitchen as possible!!

 

Ingredients

Thin sliced Pork 300g  (thin sliced is better)

Ground Ginger 2tbsp

Onion  50g

Green pepper (no hot one) 1

Potato starch(Kata-kuri-ko)  Moderate amount

Soy sauce 2tbsp

Sake (rice wine) 1tbsp

Mirin(a type of sake with low alcohol and high sugar content) 2tbsp

Suger 2tsp

thin sliced cabbages (for serving )

Directions

Seasoned thin sliced porks

For preparation, season pork meats with pepper and salt, and make a cut between lean and fat.(not to get rounded when grill )

And grind ginger.

Mix soy sauce, rice wine(Sake), Mirin(a type of sake with low alcohol and high sugar content) ,and sugar.

Slice onion and green pepper thin.

Coat both side of meats with potato starch(Kata-kuri-ko).

Heat a frying pan and add in 1tbsp oil.

Place the pork in the pan, and cook one-side until the pork are brown, and add in the grinded ginger.

flip the pork, and add in onion and green pepper.

Cook until vegetables are baked and soft, bake lightly as not to scorch.

 

Pour the mixed sauce [soy sauce, rice wine(Sake), Mirin(a type of sake with low alcohol and high sugar content) ,and sugar] out around meats and cook to mix them.

When the pork are thickness, it’s done.

Serve warm!!

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