Two-color asparagus wrapped with pork.
Enjoy the "Yume no Daichi"
with vegetables that are in season in spring.
The first edition of 'Seasonal Recipes' using 'Yume no Daichi' and seasonal ingredients introduces dishes using asparagus, a vegetable that comes into season in spring.
This two-color asparagus wrapped in pork is a recipe
that is both pleasing to the eye and nutritious.
- Green asparagus: 2 stalks
- White asparagus: 2 stalks
- 4 pork ribs (140g)
- Salt and pepper: a pinch
- oil: 1 teaspoon
- Lemon, thinly sliced: As needed
- Baby leaf: as needed
- Cut off 1 cm from the base of the asparagus and remove the wings with a knife. Peel 1/3 of the asparagus from the root with a peeler.
- Wrap one piece of pork around each asparagus. After wrapping, lightly grip the asparagus with your hands to blend, and sprinkle salt and pepper on both sides.
- Heat salad oil in a frying pan over medium heat and place 2) in the pan. Cook for 5 minutes until browned on both sides, cover with a lid, and steam for 2 minutes.
- Cut into bite-size pieces, place in serving bowls, and garnish with lemon and baby leaves, if desired.
- If any fat comes out during process 2), wipe it off with kitchen paper. This way the finished product will not be sticky and can be eaten refreshingly.
Asparagus is often used in cooking regardless of country or culinary genre, but did you know that green asparagus and white asparagus have different nutrients?
- GREEN ASPARAGUS
- It is rich in aspartic acid, the component that gives it its umami taste. Aspartic acid has the function of promoting the decomposition and elimination of substances that cause fatigue, so it is expected to be effective in relieving fatigue.
- WHITE ASPARAGUS
- It is rich in iron, an important nutrient that carries oxygen throughout the body. Iron is absorbed more efficiently when eaten with animal protein and vitamin C.
This recipe provides all the nutrients of each asparagus at once.
The combined use of lemon increases the absorption rate of iron contained in white asparagus, preventing anemia and improving concentration. In addition, asparagus and pork can help relieve fatigue, making this dish ideal for spring, when life is hectic with a new life.
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