Ginger Pork

Ginger pork is one of the standard menu of Japanese cafeteria and home cooking. It’s pretty easy to make and popular among Americans as well. You can either use shabu-shabu cut pork from Asian grocery stores or thin sliced pork (without bones) from regular American grocery stores.

The most traditional side for ginger pork is thinly sliced raw cabbage, but lettuce will work, too. I made sauteed garlic scapes for the side and salad of lettuce and daikon.



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