Gingery Pork Sauté

Shōga Yaki

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Appears in
At Home with Japanese Cooking

By Elizabeth Andoh

Published 1986

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I absolutely adore fresh ginger, and so do the Japanese, who use it in so many ways. Here its pungent aroma and flavor make this pork dish particularly appealing. Serve the dish with hot white rice, a clear soup and assorted sharp pickles or a green salad. Any leftover meat makes fine sandwich fillings, especially when accompanied by crisp lettuce leaves or cucumber slices.