A snowy Saturday

No.190

Saturday November 6, 2016

It is snowing in Oslo!!

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It is also blowing and I feel cold just looking at this weather from my warm living room.

On a day like this it is nice to stay at home and do something you enjoy!

There will be a Christmas market soon and I am contributing some small bags and pen cases for the craft table 🙂

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I managed to make 2 today!!

 

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I spoke with my mom today and got a new recipe for Pork Ginger.

She also got this recipe from the owner of her favorite meat shop in Kanazawa and as it sounds very good I want to share it with you, too!

 

Soy sauce 2 table spoons
Mirin 2 table spoons
grated onion 2 table spoons
juice from grated ginger 2 table spoons
grated apple 1 table spoon

Mix all these very well

Cur pork into a bite size and coat thinly with flour.
Sautee with salad/olive oil on hot frypan.
When the meat is cooked, pour the sauce. Lightly caramelized in the pan and serve.

It makes a good dinner as well as a tasty bento.

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Sweet and savory sauce with ginger’s spiciness goes very well with rice. If you choose lean type of pork, it is a healthy meat side dish in your bento!

Bon Appetite!
Rie

 

 

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