Easy Pork steaks with Asian ginger sauce
Juicy fried pork steaks, in an Asian-style Mirin, soy sauce, sake and ginger marinade.
Put the Mirin, soy sauce, grated ginger and sake with the meat in a freezer bag and marinate the meat, about 1 hour at room temperature.
Clean and blanch the green asparagus and spring onions.
Remove the meat pieces from the marinade and pat dry. Set the marinade aside.
Put the marinated steaks in a heated pan with a little oil and fry for about 3 minutes over medium heat. When one side is well caramelized, turn and fry for another 3 minutes. Now over low heat, add the marinade and heat or reduce with the meat for 2 minutes. When the sauce is reduced and shiny, arrange the steaks with the vegetable and serve.
Serve the steaks with seasonal vegetables (such as cooked asparagus).
Before adding the marinade to the pan, remove the pan from the heat for 1 minute to prevent the marinade from reducing too quickly. Then add the marinade to the pan and heat slowly over low heat with the meat.
Other good garnishes: leek, ginger, apple, cherry tomatoes
Rice is a good side dish.
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