Simple Chopped Pork and Onion Curry Flavored Stir-Fry

Simple Chopped Pork and Onion Curry Flavored Stir-Fry

I revived a taste I had eaten before using cheap pork offcuts. I think everyone will love this . This is made using a plastic bag, so cleanup is a breeze. Definitely pack in your bento .

Ingredients: 2 peoples

Pork offcuts
★ Salt and pepper, Umami seasoning (optional)
A small amount of each
★Sake and katakuriko
1/2 tablespoon of each
★Sesame oil
1 teaspoon
1 small
●Curry powder
1/5 teaspoon
●Japanese Worcestershire-style Sauce
2 tablespoons
2 teaspoons
Sesame oil (for stir frying)
A little less than a tablespoon
Garlic (tube type)
Salt and pepper
a small amount


1. Place the meat and ★ ingredients into a bag, and rub in well. Cut the onion in half vertically, and then slice horizontally. I recommend thick slices, but you can also cut thinly.
2. Mix the ● ingredients together.
3. Add sesame oil and garlic to a Teflon or nonstick pan, spread out the meat slices from Step 1 and add to the pan, turn on the heat, and begin to sauté.
4. Once the meat has browned, add the onions and sauté more. Add the sauce from Step 2 around the pan after the onions have wilted and sauté together.
5. Turn off the heat once the sauce has covered everything, season with salt and pepper, and arrange on plates. Add lots of salt and pepper. If you don't use enough, then the taste will be bland.
6. This is great with black pepper. Increase the curry powder to 2 heaping teaspoons if you want to spice this up. If you like sweet curry or are making this for children, then add a bit of sugar.

Story Behind this Recipe

I made various types of curry-flavored meat stir-fries from recipe books, but I was rarely able to get it to turn out how I wanted.
I figured I would think of a recipe myself, tried several times, and was finally able to come up with a taste that I could approve of~ .
This is delicious .