Speedy Cooking! Chopped Pork Rice Bowl

Speedy Cooking! Chopped Pork Rice Bowl

I quickly cooked this with everyone's favorite flavor, ketchup.
Coating the pork offcuts in katakuriko will help the dressing to instantly coat the meat, and it is perfect for a rice bowl.

Ingredients: 3 people

Pork offcuts
Green peppers
★ Ketchup, Japanese-style Worcestershire sauce
3~4 tablespoons of each
★ Pepper
◎ Butter
Katakuriko (for coating the meat)
2 tablespoons
Sake, soy sauce (for marinating the meat)
As needed


1. Marinate the meat in a 3:1 ratio of sake and soy sauce. Once the meat is seasoned, throw out the soy sauce mixture, and coat in 2 tablespoons of katakuriko,
2. Julienne the green peppers and onions.
3. Sauté the onions first, then add the pork and sauté, until it's half cooked. Add the green peppers and sauté, then season with salt and pepper.
4. Add the ★ ingredients and simmer to reduce the sauce a bit. Add butter for the finishing touch. Tip: The sauce is simmered and reduced to tone down the acidity of the ketchup.

Story Behind this Recipe

My whole family loves hamburgers with ketchup flavored sauce!
When I combined the sauce with chopped pork which is very cheap, it turned out to a pretty tasty rice bowl topping.
Getting rid of the acidity of the ketchup and using butter to make it taste richer are the two key points.
This is has a generous proportion of vegetables, so adjust the amounts if you prefer a more meaty ratio.