6 popular Japanese pork cuisine: Pork-Bowl, Shoga-Yaki, Kakuni, and ….

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1. Pork-Bowl (豚丼:Buta-Don)

Pork-Bowl is one of awesome dishes in Japan. The pork is simmered in a mildly sweet sauce. Actually, Japanese can eat rice with sauce alone.
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2. Pork Cooked with Ginger (生姜焼き:Shoga-Yaki)

Shoga-Yaki is one of the most popular Japanese pork cuisines. You can absolutely find out it at any Japanese restaurants. Shoga-Yaki is sliced pork cooked with a special sauce made from Soy Sauce, Salt, Mirin and Ginger. Because of Ginger, it makes you feeling warm!!
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Pork&Onion Cooked with Ginger (Shoga-Yaki)

3. Braised Pork Belly(角煮:Kakuni)

Kakuni is made of thick cubes of pork belly simmered in Soy Sauce, Sake, Mirin, Sugar and so on. The more you chew it, the more flavorsome it becomes because the awesome taste soaks in it. Originally, it’s Chinese food. But now most of Japanese love it. We often enjoy drinking beer and sake with eating Kakuni!!
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4. Pork Salad (豚しゃぶサラダ:Buta-Shabu-Salad)

It’s an amazing food because it’s power and healthy one. Buta-Shabu-Salad is made of thinly sliced pork which is cooked in boiled water and salad. You can eat it with several sauces such Vinegar, Ponzu and rich Sesame paste. It’s the best Japanese cuisine for people to keep their health and become strong!!
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4. Tasty Fried Pork & Kimchi(豚キムチ:Buta-Kimchi)

Buta-Kimchi came from Korea, but we often eat it while drinking. It’s sliced pork cooked with Kimchi. You can use several vegetables such as Onion and Chinese chives. You should try if you like spicy food.
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6. Pork Cutlet Bowl (カツ丼:Katsu-Don)

Pork Cutlet Bowl (カツ丼:Katsu-Don) is one of the popular Japanese bowl. You can make it by cooking  Tonkatsu (deep-fried pork cutlet) and eggs in a sweet and salty broth and placing them over the rice. “katsu” has the meaning of not only “Cutlet” but also “to win” or “to be victorious”. So we Japanese always eat Pork Cutlet Bowl (カツ丼:Katsu-Don) before sport games and major exam.
Recipe: Coming soon

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