The Flavor of Muroran "Yakitori" Bento. Todays recipe is Yakitori bowl and it comes from this great book by kentaro kobayashi. The book is called called "Tobikkiri no donburi". Yakitori Bento is like a picnic bento.
Ingredients of The Flavor of Muroran "Yakitori" Bento
- You need of pieces Pork belly chunks.
- Prepare of Onion.
- It’s of Egg (Medium).
- It’s of For the sauce:.
- You need of Soy sauce.
- You need of Sake.
- It’s of Mirin.
- Prepare of Brown sugar.
- You need of Honey.
- You need of Stir fried onion paste.
- You need of Accompaniments:.
- You need of Western mustard.
Be one of the first to write a review! Although Yakitori means a grilled chicken skewer, The Muroran Yakitori does not use the chicken. It is a grilled pork skewer with grilled pork and grilled onion, Muroran people usually eat it with using mustard. Muroran is not actually a yakitori place – it serves all roast pork skewers instead.
The Flavor of Muroran "Yakitori" Bento step by step
- Make a soft boiled egg..
- Put the sauce ingredients in a small pan and heat. Simmer until the sauce is thickened. Keep the sauce into a shallow container or plate..
- Cut up a block of pork belly into chunks that can be skewered easily. Cut the onion into wedges..
- Put alternate pieces of pork belly and onion on bamboo skewers (in other words, make pork belly skewers)..
- Grill the skewers on both sides. When the surface of the meat changes color, remove from heat, coat with the sauce from step 2, and grill on both sides again..
- Repeat this process of coating with sauce and grilling about 3 times. The sauce will gradually become shiny and will start to smell fragrant..
- When the pork and onion have cooked, cool on a plate, and remove from the skewer (it's hard to eat with it on)..
- Marinade the boiled egg in the leftover sauce (about 10 minutes)..
- Pack the "yakitori" (actually skewered pork) and the boiled egg cut in half in a bento box. Add Japanese mustard and it's done!.
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