Unique Dinner Recipe – Wasabi and Pango-crusted Pork

published by vogez8 on Jul 15, 2010

A great new cuisine to try in your kitchen.

The favorite meal of the day is dinner. After all your hard work you want to get home and eat a good dinner. Dinner recipes can be found everywhere, from the internet to your morning news show, but the key is finding a unique dinner recipe, something new that will want to make you fall in love all over again. Well, you are just in luck – We present to you the Wazzabi and Pango-crusted pork with its special sauce.

So what is Wazzabi and Pango-crusted pork?

The pango are the coarse white breadcrumbs that are used in this fast easy “copy” of the Japanese dish Tonkatsu. The next time you go to the supermarket take a quick look at the ethnic-foods section where you will be able to find the Pango and Wazzabi paste. For a complete meal you will want to add to the dish rice, steamed snow peas and carrots.

The ingredients:

·        2/3 of a cup of Pango

·        1 big egg white

·        4 pork chops that are boneless and center-cut

·        A teaspoon of peanut oil

·        A cooking spray

·        1/8 teaspoon salt

·        1 tablespoon of fresh ginger

·        1/3 of a cup of chicken broth (fat-free is a bonus)

·        2 tablespoons of sherry (sake or dry)

·        2 tablespoons of soy sauce

·        2 teaspoon of sugar

·        1 teaspoon of Wazzabi paste

·        1/3 of a cup of green onions (thinly sliced)

The preparation:

First of all, you place the Pango in a shallow dish, the egg white in a different shallow dish. Then you put the dip pork in the egg white and dredge in the Pango.

After finishing that off, you heat the peanut oil in a big non-stick skillet coated with the cooking spray over medium to high heat and you add the pork.

You cook for about 4 minutes and then you remove the pork from the pan and sprinkle it with salt.

When that is done, You reduce the heat level to medium. Add the ginger to the pan and cook for 30 second while stirring constantly. You combine the broth and the ingredients (through the Wazzabi) in a small bowl and stir well with a whisk. Add the mixture of broth to the pan and scrap the pan to loosen the browned bits.

Finally you stir in the green onions and spoon the sauce over the pork.

 The Nutritional Information:

Calories – 215

Fat – 6.8g

Protein – 24.5g

Carbohydrate – 10.8g

Fiber – 0.9g

Cholesterol – 65mg

Iron – 1.1mg

Sodium – 454mg

Calcium – 15mg


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