….We often serve this dish as party food for the family or when guests come over. The combination of various vegetables and meat will satisfy everyone. It’s best at room temperature or cold. This is usually a pretty fancy dish you serve to guests, but I simplified it here to its best parts. It was served with soy sauce. This sauce is very distinctive and special and you can use it in a lot of other dish too either as a dipping sauce or a salad dressing. I keep the most important and delicious parts for this recipe. The pan-fried meat coated in sweet rice flour gives it a bit of a rice cake texture. This cuts down on the labor of preparing all those other ingredients and these go so well together they are the best parts of the dish. It’s pretty easy to make and still feels and tastes special. I hope you enjoy it!
Time: 40 minutes plus 30 minutes for marinating pork
- 1.3 lb Pork loin, sliced thinly
- 1 red paprika, sliced thinly
- 1 yellow paprika, sliced thinly
- 100g chives, cut into 2.5 inches
- 1 onion, sliced thinly(this is optional)and soak with cold water
- 100g red cabbage, sliced thinly
- 1 Ts sugar
- 3 Ts soy sauce
- 20 ml plum extract
- 1 Ts garlic, minced
- 1 Ts Mirin
- 1 Ts sesame oil
- black pepper to taste
- avocado oil to fry
- 3 Ts soy sauce
- 3 Ts white balsamic vinegar
- 3 Ts muscovado
- 2 Ts water
- 1 Ts oyster sauce
- 2 Ts garlic, minced
- 2 Ts Kozlik’s triple crunch mustard
- Mix the all dressing ingredients into a bowl well and store it into a refrigerator.
2. Mix the sugar, soy sauce, plum extract, garlic, Mirin, sesame oil, and black pepper into a bowl for marinating meat.
3. Marinate the pork meat with the soy mixture one by one. Store them into a refrigerator for 30 minutes.
3. Keep the sliced vegetables in a refrigerator.
4. Coat the marinated pork meat with sweet rice flour on both sides.
5. Heat a pan with medium heat and add some avocado oil to fry them until light brown.
6. Place the meat onto a serving plate with all the vegetables. Serve it with dressing.
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