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[Super EASY & FAST] Best Chashu Pork Recipe

Have you thought that cooking ramen pork chashu is a lot of work?

Although I’ve already made seriously delicious chashu using a rice cooker, I thought some of you are looking for the recipe that doesn’t even need a rice cooker.

Here, I would like to introduce how to make melt in the mouth chashu with one-pan.

Also, great thing about this is that the cooking time is about only 30 minutes.

Please try the most easy and extremely scrumptious ramen pork chashu at home!

Ingredients (for 2-3 servings)

・10.5 oz (300g) Pork shoulder roast

For sauce
・1-2 clove Sliced garlic
・1 teaspoon Grated ginger (or sliced ginger)
・2 tablespoons Soy sauce
・2 tablespoons Honey
・2 teaspoons Sake
・2 teaspoons Sesame oil
・2 teaspoons Oyster sauce

For baking
・3 tablespoons Sake

Direction

1. Make a hole in the meat with a fork. Do it on the whole surface of the meat so that it becomes easier for the taste to soak in.

2. Prepare a plastic bag with zipper. Put meat and all of seasonings for chashu sauce in the bag. Mix well and store in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours.

3. After 1-2 hours, start roasting the pork with your pan or pot. Firstly, roast until lightly charred on the outside of the meat. After that, slightly wipe off the char on the pan with paper towel.

4. Secondly, cover and roast for 10 minutes on low heat. Please put 3 tablespoons of sake before covering so that sake takes away the smell of meat, and adds umami to the pork.

5. After 10 minutes, turn the meat over. Cover and roast for another 10 minutes on low heat.

6. Lastly, put the sauce in the pan, and simmer the meat with the sauce for 1-2 minutes. Move the meat so that the entire surface of the meat is entwined with the sauce.

7. Slice the chashu. If the inside is still red, roast it a little more.

8. Dish up, and pour the sauce on top. 

Ready to eat!

Please eat the chashu with the sliced garlic if you like it. It matches so well with the pork!

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