GINGER PORK (SHOGAYAKI)
Shogayaki or Japanese stir fried ginger pork. It is one of the most common house hold favorite pork dish in Japan, featuring a simple sweet, savory, fiery marinade giving it a simple yet addictive taste. Quick and easy to make and sure to make your belly warm to its core.
It is commonly served with a side of salad, some freshly steamed white rice and with a rumbling hungry tummy. This simple dish is sure the way to go if your looking for a quick lunch, dinner or something to pack for work or school.
Peel and grate your ginger to a fine paste and set it aside. Thinly slice your pork tenderloins into small bite size pieces.
2 Pork Tenderloins
1 Thumb Size Piece Ginger
2tb Light Soy Sauce
1 White Onion
1tb Corn Flour
In a mixing bowl add in your tenderloins, along with 2tb of light soy sauce, 1tb of mirin, 1tb of corn flour and your grated ginger. Give it a good mix together till your tenderloins are evenly coated.
Finely slice 1 medium white onion.
Heat up a pan on high heat with a bit of oil.
Once the oil is hot, add in your onions and fry till fragrant and softened. Then add in your pork and give it a quick fry till it is completely cooked through.
Serve up your pork with a side of salad, your favourite side dishes and some freshly steamed rice.