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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Shogayaki (Pork with Ginger Soy Sauce)

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This Month’s Easy to Cook Japanese Recipe is Shogayaki, which is a quick and easy dish to make at home. This recipe uses the Teriyaki sauce shown in last month’s recipe to flavour the sliced pork, which is then stir-fried.


Shogayaki is commonly served hot with rice and shredded cabbage.

Serves 2

Ingredients

• 1 cup teriyaki sauce (See Teriyaki Sauce Recipe)
• 200g sliced lean pork
• 1 tsp freshly grated ginger juice
• vegetable oil
• 1 garlic clove, crushed
• ½ brown onion
• 2 cabbage leaves, sliced

Method

1. Prepare teriyaki sauce.
2. Marinate pork in teriyaki sauce and ginger juice for 30 minutes.
3. Pour a little oil in a non-stick frying pan and stir-fry onion and pork for 5 minutes or until cooked.
4. Add sauce and cook for another minute.
5. Serve with sliced cabbage on the side.

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14 comments:

  1. Almost better than Mos Burger! ;) I never liked ginger before I came to Japan; now I love it. Go figure!

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  2. looks like a good dish - I may try but with either chicken or beef. ;)

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  3. I miss eating this kind of stuff...

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  4. Thanks Rurousha, I love ginger and it is used a lot in Asian cooking. This has to be my favourite dish along with curry that uses ginger :)

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  5. Thanks Lina, It is a really good dish and worth trying with chicken rather than beef :)

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  6. Thanks Blue Shoe, It is one of my favourite Japanese dishes and is always a popular lunch menu item in Japan :)

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  7. Of course I love eating and cooking shougayaki.I used a ginger from my garden before.

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  8. Thanks Cocomino, Nothing better than fresh ginger from your own garden! I bet it tastes amazing :)

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  9. I would love to try that recipe. Do you do the cooking in your household?

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  10. Thanks Lisa, You should give it a go as its really good :) I enjoy cooking and usually share the responsibility with my wife. I'm usually in charge of the cooking on the weekends when I have a bit more time up my sleeve :)

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  11. Wow, YUM! Thank you so much for posting. Also, I'm so glad you linked to your teriyaki sauce recipe! I've been on the lookout for a good one, so I can't wait to try it.

    I haven't talked to you in forever... how have you been? Well I hope!

    Love & Cake,
    Amber

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  12. Thanks Amber, It is a great recipe and the teriyaki sauce is amazing with lots of different meats. I've been well. Hope you are good and all the best for the New Year in 2012 :)

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    1. Hi John, I didn`t realize you also had a section on Japanese cooking on your blogspot! This is great for me. Shogayaki (Pork Ginger) is one of my favourite dishes at home or out, and very nutritious. I`ll definitely give your home recipe a try, thanks to you and Yumi. It`s wonderful you share the cooking with her. She`s a lucky woman! Chris`s best home recipe is spaghetti bolognase using red wine. I took some photos of the burritos I made and will send you the picks so you can try making sometime!

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    2. Thanks Amanda, This is one of my favourites and so easy to make at home. I have to post some new recipes up there as its been a while. Look forward to seeing your burritos as well. Please send me the recipe :)

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