12min Wombok & Pork mille-feuille (Japanese hondashi taste)


Konnichiwa 🙂Today’s menu is Wombok & Pork mille-feuille. It may look like hard, but actually it is super easy 12min recipe.Since I came to Australia, I realised that Wombok (Chinese cabbage) is pretty cheap here 🙂 This recipe is popular in Japan especially during winter,Although it’s pretty easy and healthy,…

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Gingered Pork | Tess’s Japanese Kitchen

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Buta no Shoga-yaki from: Hiroko’s American KitchenCooking with Japanese Flavors6 Easy Sauces; 125 Modern Recipes INGREDIENTS 1¼ pork sirloin cutlets (about 4) ¼ cup BBC Sauce 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 2 Tablespoons honey 2 Tablespoons finely grated onion 2 Tablespoons finely grated apple 2 Tablespoons finely grated ginger 1 large…

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Ham & Cauliflower Bento

Last week, I was at a loss for what to pack for lunch, so improvising something Maki made in one of her bentos in Yum-Yum Bento Box, I fried cauliflower and ham and packed it with leftover roasted roots, rice, and a soft boiled egg. It turned out pretty yummy, with the ham providing a nice salty sweet coating for the cauliflower. The roasted veggies are leftovers. I had bought a pre-cut pack of butternut squash and roasted some of it with baby carrot. The baby carrots were disappointingly half cooked, but the squash was yummy. Here’s a closer look. I didn’t really want a soft boiled …

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