By just combining pork meat and eggs with tonkatsu sauce and Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce and pan-frying it, you have an almighty side dish! This is simple and delicious, so it is definitely worth a try .
Tonkatsu sauce or Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce
1 tablespoon per egg
Salt and pepper
In a container, briefly whisk eggs, salt and pepper, and sauce (You can also mix with cooking chopsticks )
Let the meat sit in the whisked egg (thoroughly whisk if the meat sticks together).
Add oil to a preheated frying pan heated to strong heat, and pour in the egg mixture.
Mix roughly and once the eggs are half cooked, turn the heat down to low-medium.
After one side has cooked, flip over, and cook through. Don't worry if it comes apart while cooking.
It's done once if has cooked through on both sides.
Story Behind this Recipe
This is a recipe I thought of to use up leftover sauce. I don't particularly like the combination of eggs with sauce, but after I cooked this, it took the edge off of the sauce, and it was an unexpectedly tasty discovery. When I added pork, it became the best side dish for rice .
It's ok to increase or decrease the amount of sauce to your liking. It's also good when using lean meat such as pork shoulder loin.