My mom cooked our family's favorite ayam buah keluak dish today and I went over to her home to pick it up for our dinner. So I had to think pronto what to prepare for my children since they don't fancy it. Teppenyaki came up and here's another simple recipe I'm sharing for quick fix meals.
250g lean pork sliced thinly (this dish would also go great with beef, chicken or pork belly or pork collar meat meant for shabu shabu but today I went for lean pork instead as I was cooking a smaller portion)
shimeji mushrooms (shitake mushroom is also a good alternative)
3 tbsp Bulgogi marinade or teriyaki marinade
1 tsp Light soya sauce
1/2 tsp dark soya sauce
*I did not specifically state the quantity to slice for the vegetables because it's a personal preference if you want to have more of it or not.*
Marinade the meat with bulgogi sauce, light and dark soya sauce. Mix well and leave aside for at least 1/2 hour.
When ready to cook, heat up your wok, pan fry the meat till half cooked before adding the rest of the ingredients in. There's no oil involved for me in this dish so its optional. No adding of extra water necessary as the vegetables will produce enough while cooking.
And wala! A healthy dish with wholesome goodness.
Till the next post, have a blessed week!
Footnote : I tend to cook less salty dishes when possible, so please do a taste test before you serve your food and adjust according to your preference.