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Japanese Ginger Pork Recipe - Buta no Shogayaki Recipe


Japanese ginger pork Shogayaki is a very popular dish in Japanese cuisine. Buta means pig, shoga means ginger, and yaki means grill or fry in Japanese. Placing shogayaki on top of hot plain rice is a good way to serve. If you serve it on a plate, put thinly chopped cabbage on the side.

Ingredients:

Prepertion time : 20 min
300g pork or pork roast cut thin
a segment of ginger
4 Tbsp sake
4 Tbsp soy sauce
1/4 cut of cabbage
2 Tbsp sake
5 leaves of shiso (green perilla, if available)

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe
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Directions:

1. Lightly pour oil over a pan, and fry the pork on each side until the color gradually changes.

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

2. Have the ginger grated coarsely into a mush.

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

3. Scatt.er the grated ginger over the pork, juices and all.

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

4. Add the soy sauce and sake to the pan and fry over a low heat.

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

5. Have the cabbage and shiso cut into thin strips and mix them together raw.

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

6. Place the mixed leaves on a plate, and top this with the finished ginger pork

Buta no Shogayaki Recipe

Important!!

1. If you can get your hands on one, it is important to grate the ginger with a good grating tool (you can find perfect ones in Japan). If you don't have one, the finest teeth on a cheese grater can be substituted.
2. Thin cuts of cabbage alone is alright, but mixing this with cut up shiso gives it a little refreshing kick of spice.

Japanese Liquid Measures:

1 cup = 200ml = 6.76 fl oz
1 tablespoon = 15ml = 0.5 fl oz
1 teaspoon = 5ml = 0.16 fl oz

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