You can enjoy Real Japanese Ginger Pork all over the world. The seasoning makes it possible to enjoy tender ginger pork like Japanese meat.
- pork 300 g
- soy sauce 2 tablespoon
- brown sugar 1 tablespoon
- ginger (2 slices) 10 g
- plastic bag
- Grate ginger, place in a plastic bag, and mix with seasonings.
- Cut the pork into thin slices.
- Place in a plastic bag and massage well to spread the seasoning.
- Let sit in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.Can be frozen in this state.
- Cut the onion into wedges.
- Preheat a frying pan over medium heat and add the pork.
- When one side of the pork is fried to a nice brown color, turn it over, add the onion, and cover with a lid.
- When the pork is cooked, open the lid and toss the onions around in the pan.
- Serve colorfully and it’s ready.
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I found a recipe for ginger pork in a free magazine in Finland. It was presented as a Japanese recipe, but the meat was steak meat, seasoned while cooking, so I thought it was quite different from Japanese ginger pork. If you can’t find thinly sliced meat on sale, or don’t have a meat slicer, that’s okay, just slice a block of meat with a knife. Even if the result is too thick to be considered as thinly sliced, it will be surprisingly tender with this recipe. In Japan, many ginger pork recipes are seasoned while cooking. However, it is a recipe that is only possible because of the tenderness of the meat. In order to enjoy tender ginger pork, seasoning is a must.
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