Pork Shogayaki is another taste of mother’s home cooking. “Shoga” means ginger, and “yaki” means grilled. You can also find Shogayaki in most of the Japanese restaurants for lunch or dinner. It may looks like Teriyaki, but it actually tastes different. If you like to try something other than the usual Teriyaki flavor, Shogayaki is definitely the “must-try” dish. I promise that you will be amazed how savory and appetizing it is.
Ingredients (serve 2-3)
300g pork loin, sliced
Cabbage, shredded (optional)
1 teaspoon ginger, grated
1 teaspoon sugar
1 tablespoon Sake
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons mirin
- Mix all the seasonings. If you want to make the pork tender, thinly dust the surface with flour.
- Spread the oil over the skillet, and cook the sliced pork over high heat until it’s browned.
- Add the mixed seasonings and cook until it’s boiled down.
- Serve with shredded cabbage if you like.
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