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25 Japanese Pork Dishes, Quick and Easy Family Style Recipes

Stir-Fry, Deep Fry, Simmer, Braise, Stew, Soup - Learn every possible way to cook pork in Japan.
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  • 25 Supplemental Resources
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What Will I Learn?
Prepare simple and easy Japanese food for the family.
Apply Japanese cooking techniques for everyday cooking.
Learn different ways to cook pork.
Know the ingredients usually used in cooking Japanese food and its use.
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  • To prepare the dishes taught in this course, you need to have basic kitchen tools such as good quality pan/s, knife, cutting board and stove.
  • Not all Japanese cooking ingredients and spices have a substitute which are good enough not to compromise the original taste of the dish. It is recommended that you visit an Asian (specifically Japanese) supermarket or online store where you can buy the ingredients for the recipes.

This course is a short collection of simple and easy to cook Japanese pork dishes. In this course you will learn new pork recipes and different ways to cook it in Japan. Whether you're in the mood for stir-frying, deep frying, braising, simmering, boiling, you name it, you'll learn different ways to cook pork in this fun and exciting cooking class.

A bonus to this class is a Japanese language lesson as you'll need to learn Japanese cooking methods such as katsu and tatsuta-age and different Japanese terms for the ingredients of some recipes.

The lectures in this course include the following:

  • detailed list of ingredients
  • estimated cooking time
  • calorie count for those who are careful
  • simple explanations of the step by step cooking procedure
  • a fun time lapse cooking video with text overlay
  • helpful notes and tips about Japanese cooking
  • printable copy of the recipe

If you don't want to worry about what to cook for tonight's dinner or for tomorrow or for the whole month, better enroll in this class. I'm sure the people you'll prepare these dishes for will be glad.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is well suited for the home cooks who wants to cook Japanese pork dishes for the family and friends.
  • If you're looking for good homemade recipes, this course is for you.
  • If you're looking for a course were you'll learn professional cooking skills, this course may not be for you.
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Curriculum For This Course
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Start Here
1 Lecture 01:52
Subuta (Sweet and Sour Pork)
3 Lectures 10:09
Cheese-Flavored Pork Piccata
3 Lectures 08:15

How to Cook Cheese-Flavored Pork Piccata

Cheese-Flavored Pork Piccata Recipe
Braised Spare Ribs
3 Lectures 07:03

How to Cook Braised Spare Ribs

Braised Spare Ribs Recipe
Braised Pork Bellies (Buta no Kakuni)
3 Lectures 10:49

How to Cook Braised Pork Bellies

Braised Pork Bellies Recipe
Miso Nikujaga
3 Lectures 07:05

How to Cook Miso Nikujaga

Miso Nikujaga Recipe
3 Lectures 04:24

How to Cook Tonkatsu

Tonkatsu Recipe
Harumaki (Japanese Spring Rolls)
3 Lectures 13:05

How to Cook Harumaki

Harumaki Recipe
Ume Shiso Cheese Hasami Katsu
3 Lectures 06:31

How to Cook Ume Shiso Cheese Hasami Katsu

Ume Shiso Cheese Hasami Katsu Recipe
Carrot Green Beans Pork Roll Katsu
3 Lectures 07:18

How to Cook Carrot Green Beans Pork Roll Katsu

Carrot Green Beans Pork Roll Katsu Recipe
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I'm a home chef from the Philippines who now lives in Japan. We love to travel around Japan and we prefer to stay long in each visit so I can continue to learn and create recipes from each place that we go to. Most of the cooking class I teach on Udemy are simple, traditional and Japanese-inspired dishes.

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