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<JAPANESE GINGER PORK>

Updated: Apr 22


This is definitely a family favorite!! It's one of my recommendations when you want to cook but have a real busy life. It's savory, rich, filling and most importantly quick! You don't even need to use pork if you don't want to. Feel free to swap it out for tofu or chicken. It will be equally tasty.


Enjoy with a bowl of rice!




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<Yield> 2 servings


<Prep time>7 minutes


<Cook time> 6 minutes


<Ingredients>


250g thinly sliced pork shoulder loin

1/2 onion

all purpose flour


Sauce

3 tablespoons Soy sauce

2 tablespoons rice wine

2 tablespoons Mirin

2 tablespoons ginger, grated

¼ onion, grated

¼ apple, grated

1 teaspoon oyster sauce



<Optional toppings>

any leafy greens on the side

cherry tomatoes



<Directions>

1. Mix all the ingredients listed under the sauce together (rice wine, mirin, soy sauce, grated ginger, grated onion, grated apple, oyster sauce).


2. Slice the half an onion. Heat vegetable oil over medium heat. Add in the onions and once they becomes transparent, transfer them to a plate. Set it aside.


3. Coat the pork loin with some all purpose flour. This will lock in the moisture of the meat and let it stay tender. Place the pork loins in the same skillet, that was used to cook the onions, and cook it over high medium heat for 1.5 minutes. No need to add in any oil.


4. Once the pork is half way cooked through, add in the sauce (it was mixed in step 1) and let them cook over medium heat. Flip the pork over a couple times and make sure it is nicely coated with the sauce.


5. Add the onions back into the skillet and stir it for another 30 seconds. Now it's ready to be enjoyed!



<Notes>

Variations:

-You can use chicken for this recipe but make sure that it’s fully cooked since the chicken is thicker than thinly sliced pork loin.

-If you are plant based, swap out the pork for firm tofu. Also please use hoisin sauce as a substitution for the oyster sauce.


Suggestions:

-With this recipe, we are using thinly sliced pork shoulder loin.

-You can also add mushrooms in to boost up your vegetables.


<Storage time>

Store in an air-tight container in the fridge for up to 3 days.


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