Ginger Pork (Buta no Shogayaki)
Ginger pork is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. It is easy and quick to make, but so flavorful. Eat with a bowl of hot rice. often eat this dish along with sauteed bean sprouts seasoned with salt and pepper. Such a comfort meal!
If you use the block of pork, freeze it to half-way. Half-frozen meat is easier to slice. Cut the meat to one inch thick slices. Place the pork between 2 layers of plastic wrap and press with a rolling pin make them thinner.
Mix mirin, shoyu and grated ginger.
Soak the pork slices for one minute. Heat the oil in a frying pan. Brown the soaked pork over high hear. Pork will be cooked very fast. Take the pork out of the pan when the pork is no longer pink.
Serve with shredded cabbage.