Cut the pork into easy to eat pieces and put in a bowl. Add sake, sugar and salt, work it well with your hands, and leave for a while. (This is to tenderize the meat.)
Add katakuriko to the pork and mix.
Put vegetable oil in a heated pan, and stir fry the pork while separating the pieces.
When the pork is cooked, add the combined flavoring ingredients from step 1 and mix well. When the sauce has thickened, turn off the heat.
Arrange on a serving plate with shredded lettuce or cabbage.
Add onions to increase its fatigue-combatting qualities! "For summer fatigue: Pork, onion and vinegar stir fry" (Recipe ID: 2288844).
A light, chicken breast recipe with vinegar. "Summer Tender with vinegar! Light simmered chicken breast." (Recipe ID: 2272405).
See also - "A light dish for summer Cold chicken breast shabu shabu!" (Recipe ID: 2307993).
Story Behind this Recipe
I edited a recipe I previously uploaded, "Refreshing with vinegar! Energy-giving stir fried pork" (Recipe ID: 1977388) by changing the ratio of flavoring ingredients and simplified it.
Even cheap meat becomes very tender by rubbing sake, sugar and salt (see "How to prep meat salted chicken style" (Recipe ID: 1361151)) and coating with katakuriko potato starch flour. If you eat the side vegetables with the pork, you can eat up a ton of veggies.