pork

  • Pork Spaghetti & Pasta

    Garlic Chilli Pork & Broccoli Spaghetti

    When I need to cook Broccoli for a Spaghetti dish, I usually cook Broccoli in the same salty water that is cooking Spaghetti. When Spaghetti are half-cooked, I add Broccoli to the water, and it works fine. However, for this dish, there is an alternative way and Broccoli tastes much better. It’s my favourite steam-frying …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg Pork

    Tomato, Pork & Egg Rice Bowl

    Stir-fried Tomato, Pork & Egg is a dish I repeatedly cook. We always eat it with freshly cooked Rice, so I made it into a rice bowl. Sweet ripe Tomatoes in season are the best, but I often use not-so-great Tomatoes for stir-fries. When Tomatoes are sour, a little bit of Sugar improves the flavour. …

  • Other Soup Sea Vegetables

    Kombu (Kelp) & Tofu Soup

    This soup is slightly Hot & Sour. When I seasoned the soup, I thought some Vinegar would improve the flavour, so I added Vinegar to the soup. Maybe I was tired, but I definitely enjoyed the sourness of this soup. You can make it hotter and sourer to suit your taste. If you have Kombu …

  • Egg Pork

    Pork & Egg

    The other day, I cooked thinly sliced Pork Belly for dinner. I was tired and couldn’t think of any particular dishes, so I just stir-fried it and seasoned with Salt & Pepper. I was afraid the amount was not enough for us, then I added Eggs. I just poured whisked Eggs over the cooked Pork. …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Egg Pork

    ‘Tanin’ Don (Pork & Egg Rice Bowl)

    Do you know ‘Oyako’ Don’? It’s a very popular Japanese rice bowl dish. ‘Oyako’ means ‘Parent and Child’ and the dish is cooked with Chicken and Eggs. This dish is called ‘Tanin’ Don, and ‘Tanin’ means ‘stranger’ OR ‘unrelated person’. ‘Tanin’ Don is cooked with Pork and Eggs, sometimes Beef and Eggs, and those ingredients …

  • Pork Vegetables

    Stir-fried Coriander

    If you think Coriander tastes like soap, you would never enjoy Coriander because your taste perception is different. You have particular receptors that find Coriander tastes yucky. If you find Coriander’s smell is just overwhelming, it might be a good idea to stir-fry it, as the smell is significantly reduced when cooked. Today I added …

  • Pork Potato Sea Vegetables

    Pork ‘Nikujaga’ with Kombu (Kelp)

    ‘Nikujaga’ is the dish of ‘Niku’ (Meat) and ‘Jaga’ (Potato) cooked in sweet soy sauce flavoured broth. It is one of the most popular Japanese home-cooked dishes. Today I added Kombu (Kelp) to it. I think Pork is most suitable, but Chicken OR Beef can be used. You have never seen a dish like this …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Pork

    Gochujang Pork Rice Bowl

    The delicious ‘Buta Don’ (Pork Rice Bowl) is very popular. Today I added Gochujang (Korean Spicy Miso) to its sauce for extra ‘umami’ and spiciness. If you love spicy food, you may wish to add more Gochujang, but 2 teaspoons was a right amount for me. Add some vegetables of your choice as well. Today …

  • Pork Sea Vegetables

    Simmered Pork Belly & Kombu (Kelp)

    This is a typical Japanese home-cooked dish. It is quite popular, I often cook it, but probably you have never seen it as you won’t come across a dish like this at Japanese restaurants. Use Pork Belly for this dish, so that Kombu absorbs its fat and ‘umami’. You need to simmer until Kombu is …

  • Pork Vegetables

    Blanched Pork Belly & Coriander Salad

    Coriander is ‘Love OR Hate’ vegetable. If you are a coriander hater, you wouldn’t enjoy this salad. If you love Coriander, you got to try it. It’s so refreshing and yummy. I hesitate to say I love Coriander, but I do enjoy its flavour. Definitely I don’t think it tastes like soap. Pork Belly is …

  • Udon

    Pad Thai Udon

    Thai cuisine is very popular in Australia and I am a big fan of ‘Pad Thai’. When my daughter was living with us, she often cooked it for family’s dinner. Since she moved out last year, I haven’t had it even once, and I craved it today. I had almost all ingredients, but I don’t …

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