Boiled Pork Steak 418kcal / per person

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category MeatSee the Related Food Category Page
recipe number 21013
cooking time 50 minutes
comment The fat of a pork belly contains collagen. It is delicious with a smooth texture but is high in calories. Boiling removes the excess fat. When frying, remove the grease as it melts and wipe the grease off the surface of the pan and from the meat.
image Enjoy crunchy boiled pork simply using soy sauce.
Pork back ribs (block) 200 g
Broccoli 60 g
Cherry tomatoes 2 pieces
Salt 1 g
Pepper to taste
Mustard paste
If Japanese mustard paste is not available, another type of mustard can be used instead.
1/2 tsp
Daikon (white Japanese radish) (grated) 100 g
Soy sauce 1/2 tbsp

Boil the pork in the water used to wash rice (not listed) for about 30 minutes and remove any soup scum. Take the pork out of the pot and set it aside. Separate the broccoli into florets and cook them in salted water (not listed).

Slice the (1) pork into 1.5-cm wide slices, place them in a non-stick frying pan, turn on the heat, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

Flip the pieces over several times, remove the grease from the pan frequently, and sauté the meat until thoroughly browned. Serve the broccoli and the pork on a plate, garnish with the cherry tomatoes and the grated daikon, pour over the soy sauce, and add the mustard paste.

technique Wipe the excess grease completely while grilling and cook the outside of the meat well until it gets crispy. The white milky water you get when you wash uncooked rice is used to remove the pork smell. If not available, you can use the green part of a leek or ginger skin instead.
  1. Boil the pork in the water used to wash rice (not listed) for about 30 minutes and remove any soup scum. Take the pork out of the pot and set it aside. Separate the broccoli into florets and cook them in salted water (not listed).
  2. Slice the (1) pork into 1.5-cm wide slices, place them in a non-stick frying pan, turn on the heat, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
  3. Flip the pieces over several times, remove the grease from the pan frequently, and sauté the meat until thoroughly browned. Serve the broccoli and the pork on a plate, garnish with the cherry tomatoes and the grated daikon, pour over the soy sauce, and add the mustard paste.