Fried pork with ginger

This is based on the recipe of Yifu Canteen ~ For the original recipe, please see: http://weibo.com/1780481403/zFbN0iGXQ The main improvement is that I prefer to eat a sweet taste, so I added sugar. Neon's friends, please add sugar directly to the mirin ~ In addition, I added some pepper to increase the spiciness because I am having a cold [you understand …. I tell you! ! ! ! This dish is particularly delicious and special! ! ! Resolutely become a reserved recipe at home! ! ! ! ! Three large bowls of white rice can be served at once! ! ! ! ! _ (: з ゝ ∠) _

This is based on the recipe of Yifu Canteen ~ For the original recipe, please see: http://weibo.com/1780481403/zFbN0iGXQ The main improvement is that I prefer to eat a sweet taste, so I added sugar. Neon's friends, please add sugar directly to the mirin ~ In addition, I added some pepper to increase the spiciness because I am having a cold [you understand …. I tell you! ! ! ! This dish is particularly delicious and special! ! ! Resolutely become a reserved recipe at home! ! ! ! ! Three large bowls of white rice can be served at once! ! ! ! ! _ (: з ゝ ∠) _

Material

pork
Ginger
Cooking wine
soy sauce
Sooty
starch
pepper
Salt, sugar
sesame oil

Pork slices. Ginger rubbed.

Marinate pork with [1/2 ginger paste, cooking wine, salt, starch, pepper] for 15 ~ 30 minutes.

Use [1/2 ginger paste, 2 servings of cooking wine, 1 portion of soy sauce, appropriate amount of sugar] to make sauce, set aside.

Heat the oil in a hot pot and stir-fry the meat pieces in the pan until they change color.

Immediately after the color change, add the sauce, continue to stir until the juice is collected, put a small spoon of old soy sauce on the way to color, a spoon of sugar to adjust the taste.

After turning off the heat, add a little sesame oil, mix well, and start eating.

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