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hen­ever some­one asks me for an easy tip to get food on the ta­ble fast, I al­ways tell them to keep some thinly sliced pork in the freezer. It’s per­fect for quick meals be­cause it cooks in no time and can be turned into a wide va­ri­ety of dishes. Plus, it’s your best bet when it comes to value for money.

Meat that has been sliced thinly for yakiniku or sukiyaki is a good op­tion, too. You can also buy what is usu­ally re­ferred to in the gro­ceries as “pork steak,” which is usu­ally a bone­less cut­let. For this dish, I like to slice the pork steak into thin strips so that the meat cooks even faster. You can also pound the meat with a meat mal­let to cut the cook­ing time some more.

You can mar­i­nate the meat and sauté it just as it is, but you can also add veg­eta­bles to the dish to make it a one-pot meal for the fam­ily. Feel free to sub­sti­tute the baby corn and peas with broc­coli, cau­li­flower, snow peas (sit­saro), red bell pep­pers, mush­rooms, or a com­bi­na­tion of your fa­vorite veg­eta­bles. Serve this with steamed white rice on the side and you’ve got din­ner sorted out!

Life of­ten has us jug­gling mul­ti­ple tasks, but a sim­ple, sat­is­fy­ing recipe like this re­minds me that I can still feed my fam­ily well even when things get hec­tic. I hope this helps you on busy days!

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