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Japanese-style pork and vegetable rolls (butaniku no yasaimaki)

Appetizer
4 servings
20 min
7 min
Very Easy
This recipe is really easy and especially deprive of beautiful one support of green salad.

Ingredients

Number of serving: 4
1 medium green pepper, sliced thinly

16-20 green beans, halved

1 carrot, slivered into 2-in. pieces

1 lb. lean, thin-cut pork

1 cup all-purpose flour

2 eggs, beaten

Salt and pepper, to taste

1 cup Japanese panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)

Vegetable oil for deep frying

Preparation

  • Cut the vegetables as described above (and pictured below).
  • Collect a small portion of vegetables and wrap with one strip of pork at a slight angle to cover them.
  • Sprinkle the rolls with flour, then dip them in a bowl of beaten eggs that has a dash of salt and pepper mixed in, and then coat with panko.
  • Place pork and veggie rolls in hot oil, up to four at a time (or as your pan or wok or frier allows).
  • When browned (after 5-7 minutes; you'll know when they're done by the smell of cooked pork wafting into your face) remove from oil and drain on paper towel or newspaper.
  • Serve hot with Bull-Dog tonkatsu sauce and a dollop of Dijon spicy mustard for dipping.

Photos

Japanese-Style Pork and Vegetable Rolls (Butaniku no Yasaimaki), photo 1Japanese-Style Pork and Vegetable Rolls (Butaniku no Yasaimaki), photo 2Japanese-Style Pork and Vegetable Rolls (Butaniku no Yasaimaki), photo 3Japanese-Style Pork and Vegetable Rolls (Butaniku no Yasaimaki), photo 4Japanese-Style Pork and Vegetable Rolls (Butaniku no Yasaimaki), photo 5




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