Ginger pork (syogayaki) is one of the everyone’s favorite in Japan.
It’s an easy dish to prepare. But this video shows you how to upgrade this simple and beautiful dish like you never had before!! There is nothing difficult. Here is how!!
(If you don’t know about Koｍbu, there is an explanation in below)
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(Ingredients 2-3 serves)
-Sliced pork belly 300g (0.66lb)
-Salt 3g (1/2 tsp)
-Corn flour 16g (2tbsp)
-Water 180ml (3.76oz)
-Kombu (Dried kelp) 1-2g (0.04-0.07oz)
-Onion 1 (180-200g) (6.35-7.05oz)
-Apple 1 (140-150g) (4.94-5.29oz)
-Garlic 2 pieces (10g) (0.35oz)
-Ginger (as peeled) 20g (0.71oz)
-Sake 30ml (2tbsp)
-Mirin 30ml (2tbsp)
-Sugar 5g (1tsp)
-Soy sauce 45ml (3tbsp)
[Chapter 1: Prepare the sauce]
-Soak kombu and water for 1 hour (Or can be done a day before)
-Slice half of the onion to your favorite thickness
-Finely grate the other half onion, apple, ginger, garlic. MIx with all the stuff in [sauce] section except soy sauce
[Chapter 2: Prepare pork]
-Slice into 2 or 3, gently massage with the salt, and coat with corn flour
[Chapter 3: Cooking part 1/2]
-Hot pan, vege oil, high heat. Sear the pork just for 1 side.
-Once coloured, gas off. Take it out on the plate.
[Chapter 4: Cooking part 2/2]
-Wipe some of the oil left on the pan. Then medium heat. Cook onion.
-Sprinkle a pinch of salt. Cook until slightly soften.
-If you want the onion to have some texture left, take out on a plate. (Put back when you add soy sauce later) Otherwise pour the sauce on the pan.
-Boil for 30 sec to burn off the alcohol. Then add the pork. Keep on cooking on medium heat until most of the liquid has been evaporated.
-Meanwhile, set up plate with shredded cabbage and Japanese mayo.
-Add soy sauce to the pan. Gas off once it’s mixed. Do not over cook.
-Serve while hot, and you’re done mate!! Don’t forget to serve with steam rice!!
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[About KOMBU (Dried kelp)]
“KOMBU” is one of the mother ingredient of true authentic Japanese cuisine.
It’s usually soaked, or boiled in water to make its stock called “Kombu dashi” (Dashi means stock in Japanese) And Kombu dashi is typically used in cooking soup dishes including miso soup.
In this channel, I want to proudly introduce about kombu to the world as a Japanese chef, and try to create many ways of using it at home. So we can learn together!!
Kombu is available in Japanese or Asian grocery, or online. The link is on below.
But this shop is Amazon Australia. You can have a look, and look for your local online shop later to avoid shipping fee
(The link to shop Kombu):
(My Knife) Misono UX10 Sujihiki 24cm:
(Camera) Canon EOS M50:
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(BGM) Music by Animus Volt – I Was Here –
0:00 Prepare the sauce タレ作り
1:53 Prepare pork 豚肉下準備
2:49 Cooking part 1/2 調理パート1/2
3:59 Cooking part 2/2 調理パート2/2