Guam’s locals love PORK GINGER.
This is an easy recipe that does not require marinating. The flour adds a great flavor to the meat.
The spiciness of the ginger stimulates the appetite and is rich in B vitamins, making it a perfect summer dish. You don’t need any special seasonings, so you can make it with just the seasonings you have on hand at home!
< Ingredients （4 Servings) >
- １LB PORK LOIN （thin sliced）
- 2 Tbsp Flour
- 2 Tbsp Oil
- 1 Tbsp Grated Ginger
- 2 1/2 Tbsp Soy sauce
- 2 Tbsp COOKING SAKE
- 2 Tbsp MIRIN
- 1 tsp Sugar
① Grate the ginger (*1 you can also use a tube of ginger )
② (A)Mix together the Grated Ginger, Soy sauce, COOKING SAKE and MIRIN.
③ Make several cuts between the fat and the meat of the pork to cut the sinew.
④ Lightly flour both sides of the meat evenly.
⑤ Heat the oil in a large frying pan.
Place the pork in a non-overlapping pan Grill on both sides over medium heat.
⑥ Wipe off excess fat from the frying pan. Add (A) and bake until the mixture thickens.
📌 Sprinkle flour on the surface of the meat for better flavor and to prevent excess juices from being released.
📌 The standard pork ginger yaki is served with cabbage.
It is excellent for a weekday dinner with a bowl of rice. All you need to do is cook pork slices and coat them in ginger sauce. The sauce has a lightly sweet soy sauce flavor with a good amount of grated ginger in it.
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★ Useful goods
The seasonings in this article are only the basic seasonings for Japanese food. If you keep them on hand, you can make many Japanese dishes.
Soy Sauce / Cooking SAKE / MIRIM
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