Buta no shogayaki – Ginger pork

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Two easy and tasty Japanese dishes.

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Of course, the most important ingredient is ginger.

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You can use any cut of pork that can be cooked quickly in a pan, but the easiest is to use these very thin slices.

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Here are the proportions of the sauce. You need about 1 tbs per person, but use as much as you wish. The ginger is peeled and grate, you can also mince it thinly. Just mix.
First, you can stir fry onions, and keep them aside.

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Cook the meat fully on both sides. Add the sauce, and a little water, let simmer about 10 minutes. Put back the onions. Reheat together.

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Serve with raw veggies. Here cabbage and kintoki red carrot.

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Furikake is a dry powder mix used to give flavor to white rice, or other plain food. There exist many types. This one is called yukari (purple), it is made of mostly dried akashiso (red shiso). The other ingredients of the mix vary. Here : umesu (pickled plum vinegar), salt, sugar, yuzu lemo. It’s ready to use. So just put on boiled spaghetti and that’s a side dish.

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