Roast pork with grilled vegetables.
Seasonal recipes to enjoy
autumn vegetables and
"Yume no Daichi"
In the 12th installment of "Seasonal Recipes" that use the "Yume no Daichi" and seasonal ingredients, we will introduce dishes that use plenty of autumn-like vegetables such as "sweet potatoes".
It has a gorgeous appearance, so it can be used not only as an everyday side dish but also as a party menu.
A dish where pork and vegetables with the refreshing scent of rosemary
are served with a sauce that has the rich aroma of red wine.
By using plenty of autumn vegetables, you can enjoy the deliciousness of the season.
- Pork shoulder loin (chunk)：300g
- garlic：1 piece
- Olive oil：Appropriate amount
- sweet potato：1/2
- potato：1-2 pieces
- mushroom：1/2 pack
- Olive oil：1 tablespoon
- salt and pepper：a little
- rosemary：Appropriate amount
- red wine：100ml
- honeny：2 tablespoon
- mastard：2 tablespoon
- soy sauce：2 teaspoon
- Crush the garlic with the belly of a knife and thinly slice it in half. Place pork shoulder loin, seasoning A, and garlic in a storage bag and leave in the refrigerator overnight.※ hour before baking, take it outside and let it come to room temperature.
- Cut sweet potatoes, potatoes, and onions into bite-sized pieces. Wipe the dirty parts of the mushrooms with kitchen paper.
- Drain the water from 1) and brush the surface of the meat with olive oil (not listed, appropriate amount).
- Place 3) on a griddle and bake in an oven heated to 150℃ for 10 minutes.
- 2) Add olive oil to the bowl and sprinkle it all over. Season with salt and pepper.
- Add 5) to 4) and bake again in the oven at 150℃ for 20 minutes. Remove the pork, wrap it in aluminum foil, and cook over the residual heat for about 10-20 minutes.
- Add seasoning B to a frying pan and heat over medium heat until it thickens.
- Cut the pork into bite-sized pieces. Place all the ingredients in a bowl and add the sauce from 7).
- Sprinkling olive oil on the food prevents the surface from drying out and makes it juicier.
Sweet potatoes have an addictive fluffy texture.
However, I have heard that some people are concerned about the fiber content of some foods. Do you know how to identify delicious sweet potatoes?
This time, we will introduce how to identify delicious sweet potatoes, which will be useful every day.
- Less unevenness
- Some sweet potatoes have uneven shapes. It is said that surfaces with many uneven surfaces have many streaks. Therefore, choose a clean one with few irregularities.
- It has something like black honey on it
- Have you ever seen a black honey-like substance coming out of the surface of a sweet potato? That dark honey that looks like dirt at first glance is actually proof of freshness. It is a substance called yalapin that has oxidized and turned black.
- A plump, spindle-shaped sweet potato is a sure sign that it’s delicious.
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In 2017, she moved to Singapore to develop and sell bento recipes. Since then, he has been working to promote Japanese cuisine both domestically and internationally.
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She specializes in creating menus for people with health issues.
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