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braised pork belly bento

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Do you make sense, braised pork belly? We call it, “buta no kakuni” in Japanese.

braised pork beklly and rice with broad beans

braised pork beklly and rice with broad beans


sprinkle salt&pepper and coat the meat with corn strach

sprinkle salt&pepper and coat the meat with corn strach


saute the pork until brown

saute the pork until brown


cook it with grated ginger, sake, green onion and some sugar

cook it with grated ginger, sake, green onion and some sugar


cook 15minutes with a pressure cooker

cook 15minutes with a pressure cooker


drain the water and take the green onion out of a pan

drain the water and take the green onion out of a pan


add the pork belly, sugar, soy sauce, oyster sauce, ginger, water, mirin, sake, and boiled eggs

add the pork belly, sugar, soy sauce, oyster sauce, ginger, water, mirin, sake, and boiled eggs


braise it with low heat for 10~15minutes
Itadakimasu!

Itadakimasu!

About tucker

I'm a 43 y.o. Japanese man. I love cooking Chinese and Thai food. I make bento almost everyday. Bento is not difficult to make. Just pack leftovers and take it with you for lunch. That's a bento. I make my bento within 15 minutes by using leftovers and frozen food. I don't make chara-ben.

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