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Japanese Pork Noodles

If you have never tried Asian food, this recipe is the perfect starter. And who knows, maybe you will fall in love with it!



Hello everyone, today we are cooking a delightful pork noodles with a Japanese touch. This recipe is very easy and it will be ready to eat in just 10 minutes.


Ingredients


400g pork shoulder

8 spring onions

1 red bell pepper

4 tablespoons teriyaki sauce

250g dry egg noodles


This recipe is designed for 4 people, but if you want to cook for more or less people, don't worry, divide or multiply the amounts and everything will be fine.

Preparation


First, Cook the noodles in a pan of bailing salted water according to the packet instructions.

Second, wash and chop the whole spring onion into thin slices.

Third, remove the white vein and seeds from the red pepper and cut it into thin strips

Finally, slice the pork and then cut it into thin strips too.


Put a large shallow casserole pan on a high heat. Place the pork strips in with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and a pinch of sea salt and Black pepper; cook tossing regularly until is Golden Brown. Then add the red Bell pepper, mix and saute for 1 minute.


Stir in the spring onion, mix and saute for 30 seconds; add the cooked noodles, mix and add the teriyaki sauce.


Taste, season to perfection, serve and enjoy!


As we always say:


If your plate does not look like our photo, don't worry! We spent over 40 minutes trying to find the perfect angle for the photo.


If you don't have any of the ingredients on the list or don't like something, don't hesitate to replace it. If you are a spicy lover, add as much chili as you dare.


Finally if you are vegan or vegetarian, replace the pork with scrambled eggs, tofu, or more vegetables. This recipe is just a guide, and you can adapt it to your tastes. So do not stop making it, you will be surprised how fast and delicious it is!


Remember: "Practice makes master"


You can see how we did it in this video:




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