I wanna share this simple Beef Teriyaki knocked-off. Kids, especially, my lad, missed his Beef Teriyaki we ordered out at a Japanese resto few months back. My bad, I hate beef recipes. Because, I almost always ended up with a rubberized beef dish! Beef aren’t my forte.
So, to appease the lad’s whining about his teriyaki, one dinner time, I decided to come up with my own version.
First, I found in my pantry a Lee Kum Kee’s Sauce for Sweet and Spicy beef Ribs. From there, the wannabe chef in me cooks up an idea…
Here’s the procedure for PORK TERIYAKI WITH BEAN SPROUTS:
- First, marinade the pork (i prefer ribs) in soy sauce, brown sugar, diced ginger, and ground pepper.
-Pan fried the pork ribs until golden brown. Set aside.
-Next, saute the ginger, add garlic, bean sprouts and carrots.
-Pour in the Lee Kum Kee sauce. Simmer for 2-3 minutes. And, it is done.
-Arrange in a platter the pork ribs. Topped with the veggies.
-Bell pepper’s my favorite as it is rich in Vitamin C. You can add in at this recipe because it will enhance more the flavor of the sauce.
-I added in ginger to enhance that distinctive teriyaki flavor.
-I used brown sugar to achieved that golden brown color in meats when either grilled or broiled as in traditional Japanese teriyaki.
Try this easy-does-it recipe this weekend. ENJOY!