Cabbage and pork stir-fryIt is a little difficult to prepare, but it is one of our favorite recipes.
|Photos: 1996/1 , Made on: 1997/08/09|
Ingredients Serves: 6-8
||My family usually uses half of the cabbage, I am wondering that generally normal folks use just a quarter of the cabbage?|
|How to peel the ginger.
Using a spoon, that's easy.
|Roughly tear the cabbage to pieces.||TOU BAN JAN(left) and TIEN MEN JAN(right)|
Preparation of pork
(Prepare vegetables while the pork is boiling)
|Put water, Negi (Japanese leek) and sliced ginger in a pot and then put the pork. Heat it.||After water comes to a boil, reduce heat. Skim the broth each time.||After boil the pork, slice it thick (appx. 7-10 mm)|
** The knack of cooking **
Preparation of cabbage (fry or boil)
|Boil water in a wok, put 1 tablespoon oil and 1 teaspoon salt.||After water comes to a boil, add cabbage and vegetables.||Boil 1-2 minutes and then drain well.|
Let's fry in a short time.
|Fry chopped ginger and garlic in low heat.||Add TOU BAN JAN and TIEN MEN JAN and then fry.||Put the boiled pork into the pan and fry.|
|Add the vegetable and fry and then sprinkle soy-sauce, Sake and salt properly.||Add some oil from the edge of the wok and keep frying. Add the MIZUDOKI KATAKURIKO (dissolved katakuriko in the water).||Finally add (vegetable)oil or sesame oil and lightly fry.|
A soup using boiled pork water.
|Remove the rest of the vegetables from the stock.||Put sliced pork and some (sliced)vegetables, season with salt and pepper. After add MIZUDOKI KATAKURIKO, add a beaten egg and mix well and then turn off the stove. Sprinkle a tablespoon vinegar and mix well.|