Garlic butter sauteed pork tenderloin and celery.

Seasonal recipes to enjoy
late summer vegetables and
"Yume no Daichi"

In this ninth installment of "Seasonal Recipes" using "Yume no Daichi" and seasonal ingredients,
we will introduce dishes using celery.
The seasoning goes well with wine and other alcoholic beverages, making it a perfect recipe for a late summer evening drink.


Pork tenderloin, celery, and asparagus stir-fried in fragrant garlic butter for a delicious dish.
You can enjoy the different textures of tender fillet and crunchy celery.

Garlic butter sauteed pork tenderloin and celery.


  • pork tenderloin: 200g
  • celery: 1
  • asparagus: 50g
  • garlic: 1 piece
  • Salt and pepper: a little
  • cake flour: 1 tablespoon
  • butter: 1 tablespoon


  • Remove the strings from the celery and cut diagonally into 1 cm wide pieces. Peel off the bottom 2 cm of the asparagus with a peeler and cut diagonally into 5 cm wide pieces. Cut the garlic into thin slices.
  • If the pork tenderloin is thick, cut it in half. Season with salt and pepper, and lightly dust both sides with cake flour.
  • Put butter and garlic in a frying pan and heat over low heat until the garlic smells good.
  • Add 2) and bake on medium heat until both sides are browned. Add ① and stir-fry over high heat until the whole is cooked.
  • Season with salt and pepper and serve in a bowl.


  • Carefully remove the strings from the celery in step 1). You can fully enjoy the crunchiness of celery without leaving streaks when eating.

Celery is a slightly addictive vegetable. However, by combining it with garlic and butter, the peculiarity can be suppressed a little, so this menu has a taste that is easy to eat even for those who are not good at celery.

Celery is one of the ingredients that is difficult to use up even if you buy a whole stalk.
If so, store celery the right way. Here’s how to freeze it.

Wash the celery and wipe off the water with kitchen paper.
Separate the leaves and stems.
Place each in a separate freezer bag and freeze.

Refrigerating this way will keep it fresh for 2-3 weeks. Please try it.




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