These are all the ingredients! If the pork is already already cut into easy to eat pieces, you don't even need a cutting board. If the pork pieces are big, cut into bite sized pieces.
Put all the ★ ingredients in a pan and bring to a boil. Add the pork and simmer while coating it with the sauce. When the meat is cooked through, add the bean sprouts. Cover with a lid and simmer for about 2 minutes.
Open the lid, and add the tofu while crumbling it up with your hands. Mix everything together. When it is bubbling, it's done.
Put some rice in a bowl, spoon on plenty of the mixture from Step 3, top with an onsen egg (microwaved) and enjoy.
To make the onsen egg: put 50 ml of water and 1 egg in a mug, cover with a small plate and microwave for 50 seconds at 500 W.
Story Behind this Recipe
You might question using bean sprouts with sukiyaki flavors, but they really absorb those flavors well and become really tasty. This is a favorite in our family. It's kind to your wallet too, so it's your friend when your household budget is tight.
It's a very easy and quick recipe. The tofu absorbs the flavors faster if you crumble it up with your hands, and you don't have to cut it either so I recommend it. The flavoring is rather sweet, so please adjust to your taste.