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JAPANESE GINGER PORK WITH TOMATO SAUCE

最終更新: 8月26日




Japanese ginger pork is a very popular quick home-cooking dish.


Pork is quite savory followed by hint of ginger.


I love to jazz up with many variety of vegetable together with pork.


This time, I'm combining tomato into my Japanese pork ginger to make it even more flavorful.


When the summer is here, I don't crave for too heavy meal.

With tomato and ginger, you can definitely finish the pork ginger in mins because the over roll taste is refreshing.


I sometimes topped on the rice to make a rice bowl.


Enjoy!




<JAPANESE GINGER PORK WITH TOMATO SAUCE/ 豚のトマト生姜焼き>



<Yield> 2 servings


<Prep time> 5 mins


<Cook time> 7 mins


<Ingredients>

thinly sliced pork 200g/7.0oz

¼ of onion

1 large tomato



Seasonings

2 tbsp of soy sauce

2 tbsp of mirin without MSG

2 tbsp of rice wine without MSG and salt

1 tsp of sugar

1 tsp of grated ginger and garlic


½ tsp of black pepper




<Optional toppings>

Fresh herb

shredded cabbage


<Directions>

1: Slice onion thinly. Cut tomato into wedges. Mix all the seasonings listed above.




2: Heat the vegetable oil over mid heat. Add pork, then cook them for 3mins or until the pork are nice and brown on bottom side. Add onion and tomato and cook them until the onions are sweat. Drizzle mixed seasonings and continue to cook away for about 2mins or until the sauce is thickened.




3; Make a bed of shredded cabbage and transfer the pork on top of it. Sprinkle freshly crushed black pepper. Ready to be enjoyed.





<Miwa’s tips>


・You can swap pork for firm tofu.


・Adjust the taste with salt and pepper if it's needed.


・I'm using shabushabu type of thin pork slices. If you are using thicker one, make sure to cook them longer.



<Recommended side dish>

JAPANESE CRAB MAYO SALAD

GARLIC RICE IN RICE COOKER


<Storage time>

Store it in a air-tight container in the fridge for 2 days.



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