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Extremely Quick! Pork, Nagaimo Yams, and Okra Stir Fry with Mentsuyu and Mayonnaise

Extremely Quick! Pork, Nagaimo Yams, and Okra Stir Fry with Mentsuyu and Mayonnaise

Nagaimo yams are so slimy and sticky when raw, but they're transformed in this simple recipe with a simple trick!

Ingredients: 4 people

Nagaimo yam
1
Pork (thinly cut for shabu-shabu)
1 package
Okra
1 package
Mentsuyu
About 2 rounds
Mayonnaise
About 3 squirts
Dashi stock granules
A small amount
Salt
a small amount
Sake
a little

Steps

1. Thoroughly wash the Japanese yams, just remove the bad parts without peeling the skin, and slice into rounds. Cut the okra into easy-to-eat sizes as well.
2. Add meat to a frying pan, sprinkle sake, and half-cook it over a strong heat as shown in the above photo,
3. Add the vegetables from Step 1 and the mentsuyu sauce, lightly stir, turn the heat down to low, cover with a lid, and cook for 2 minutes!
4. Turn off the heat once the meat has cooked through, squirt mayonnaise, add dashi stock granules to taste, season with salt, and yes--! It is done!
5. This is also good with ponzu sauce!

Story Behind this Recipe

I learned from a cookbook written by an author who looks 20 years younger than her age, that it is okay to eat yam skins, so I thought this up.
I made a new discovery for once in a long time!