Smoked Pork Belly & Vegetable Sukiyaki

Polish pork belly works really well in this dish.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Prep: 15 min Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Smoked pork belly 200g
Pointed cabbage leaves 4
Onion 1/2
Green pepper 1/2
Red pepper 1/2
Spring onions 3
Eggs 3
Sauce:
Granulated sugar 4 tbsp
Soy sauce 80ml
Sake or white wine 80ml
Mirin 80ml
Dashi stock granules 1 tsp
Hot water 120ml

Method

1
You can use any vegetables that are left over, but try to make a good colour combination.
2
Put all the sauce ingredients in a large frying pan and stir to dissolve the sugar. Don't turn the heat on. Add all the chopped vegetables and pork.
3
Mix all the ingredients together and keep for 10 minutes.
4
Turn the heat on high and cook for 10 minutes. Roughly chop the spring onions diagonally and add to the pan.
5
Pour in the beaten eggs in two lots and cook for 1 minute. It's ready to serve.
6
You can enjoy this with cooked rice - yum!
7
I bought this Polish smoked pork belly, it's a Morliny brand from Tesco. It really is so versatile.

Tips & Note

●Add some more hot water if the sauce has reduced too much

Smoked Pork Belly & Vegetable Sukiyaki

Polish pork belly works really well in this dish.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 12 min

Ingredients

Smoked pork belly 200g
Pointed cabbage leaves 4
Onion 1/2
Green pepper 1/2
Red pepper 1/2
Spring onions 3
Eggs 3
Sauce:
Granulated sugar 4 tbsp
Soy sauce 80ml
Sake or white wine 80ml
Mirin 80ml
Dashi stock granules 1 tsp
Hot water 120ml

Smoked Pork Belly & Vegetable Sukiyaki

Recipe ID :1905 Posted on 24 MAY 2016

Serves 2

Prep 15min
Cook 12min
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Polish pork belly works really well in this dish.

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Method

Prep
15min
Cook
12min
1
You can use any vegetables that are left over, but try to make a good colour combination.
2
Put all the sauce ingredients in a large frying pan and stir to dissolve the sugar. Don't turn the heat on. Add all the chopped vegetables and pork.
3
Mix all the ingredients together and keep for 10 minutes.
4
Turn the heat on high and cook for 10 minutes. Roughly chop the spring onions diagonally and add to the pan.
5
Pour in the beaten eggs in two lots and cook for 1 minute. It's ready to serve.
6
You can enjoy this with cooked rice - yum!
7
I bought this Polish smoked pork belly, it's a Morliny brand from Tesco. It really is so versatile.
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