Recipe • Pork Shogayaki 豚の生姜焼き

Do you know that ginger has numerous health benefits?
Just to name a few: It can relieve muscle pain and soreness. Research has shown that drinking ginger can significantly reduce post-workout muscle ache and soreness. Gingerol, the bioactive substance in ginger, can safeguard you against numerous infections. It is especially effective against inflammatory diseases in the gum, such as gingivitis and periodontitis. (Source)
It's good to include this superfood in our diet! Ginger is also a wonderful ingredient that can enliven any dish immediately, it is often used in cooking to impart a spicy and refreshing note.

GINGEN Instant Ginger Drink is No. 1 in Asia, giving us a convenient option to enjoy ginger.
GINGEN Instant Ginger Drink is made with white ginger, which is found in northern Thailand. This region is known for its excellent source of soil, climate and atmosphere. These factors help farmers grow the best-quality gingers. The gingers used in the GINGEN Instant Ginger Drink are of 12 months old — the prime age to use and harvest its properties. Gingers are widely used as remedies for indigestion, motion as well as morning sickness.

Besides enjoying it as a drink, how about using GINGEN Instant Ginger Drink in our cooking?
For this collaboration with GINGEN x Singapore Home Cooks (Facebook), I'm replacing fresh ginger with GINGEN 100% Ginger Powder for today's recipe
Pork Shogayaki (Japanese style Ginger Pork) 豚の生姜焼き

I'm loving the convenience & of course, the great taste!

Kawaii Buta-onigiri with Pork Shogayaki for Lil K!

(╹◡╹)♡ If you tried any recipes on my humble blog and would like to share on your blog or any other social media platforms, please copy and include the URL so it'll link back to me.
Kindly do not claim recipe as your own. Thank you!

(Serves 2 pax)
10 pieces Pork Loin (2-3mm thickness)
Black Pepper
1/2 tsp Cornflour
Spring Onion, chopped (for garnish)

1 satchet (5g) GINGEN 100% Ginger Powder
1 tsp Sugar
1 TBS Light Soy Sauce
2 TBS Mirin
2 TBS Sake

•Slice pork loin to about 2-3mm thickness, it's easiest to slice while pork loin is not fully thawed.
•Use the back of knife, pound the sliced meat in various angles. This step helps to tenderize the meat.
•Sprinkle some pink salt and black pepper on the meat. Lastly, sprinkle cornflour and mix well.

•Prepare the sauce in a bowl, mix well.

•Heat frying pan, pour in 2 teaspoons of cooking oil. Put in the meat slices, do not overlap. Flip over once. (I cooked 5 slices at a time and used 1/2 the sauce portion for 5 slices)
•Pour the sauce in once the meat has no pink, flip the meat to coat well with sauce. Cook till sauce thicken and reduced.

•Dish up, garnish and ready to serve.

GINGEN  products are available at selected Cold storage, Giant, Mustafa, NTUC FairPrice, Prime, & Sheng Siong at $5.80 per box (10 sachets per box) and $9.90 per bag (20 sachets per bag).
Check their Facebook page for more product information!


Popular posts from this blog

Recipe • Honey Cornflakes

Recipe • Flying Noodles tutorial + Braised Ee Fu Noodles

Tutorial • Morinaga Paw Print Cake