Hello everybody, I hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a distinctive dish, asparagus wrapped in meat (japanese style). One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I am going to make it a little bit tasty. This will be really delicious.
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To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can have asparagus wrapped in meat (japanese style) using 10 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Asparagus wrapped in Meat (Japanese style):
- Take Asparagus
- Prepare 4 small asparagus per roll (adjust to your sizes)
- Take 1/2 cup soy sauce (low sodium I use)
- Get 1/2 cup mirin OR 3 tablespoons honey and 6 tablespoons water
- Prepare 3-4 garlic cloves (to your taste)
- Take Meat Rolls
- Prepare as needed toothpicks or twine to hold rolls together
- Take 1 salt to taste
- Prepare 1 black pepper to taste
- Make ready 1 pound approximately pork
Personally, I love to make bacon wrapped asparagus in the oven, all year round. Everyone is thrilled to see it on the table for holidays and birthdays during the fall and winter. Asparagus can be found in most supermarkets, vegetable boxes and at farmers' markets or you can opt to grow it yourself. Meat lovers can wrap it in parma ham; vegetarians can serve it in a cheesy quiche, tart or with eggs; vegans can eat it in a risotto with peas and mint.
Instructions to make Asparagus wrapped in Meat (Japanese style):
- Clean and trim your asparagus
- Clean and mince your garlic
- Add the soy sauce, mirin or honey water and garlic to a skillet large enough to cook the asparagus. Put it on medium low heat. Stir until it comes to a bubble.
- Add asparagus. Bring back to a bubble, cook about 4 minutes for thin asparagus, 6 minutes for thicker. Stir frequently.
- Take asparagus off heat, set aside to cool so you can handle it.
- While the asparagus is cooling, prep your meat. If you are not using thin sliced meat, place your meat between plastic wrap, and pound it to about 1/8 inch (3 mm).
- Layout your thin pieces. Salt and pepper to taste. Place the asparagus on them for wrapping.
- Roll them up as best you can. not too tight, it can tear the meat, but to loose and the asparagus might not heat properly. Secure with toothpicks or twine.
- Brush or spray your rolls with a oil. Sesame is really good of you have it, but any will work.
- A charcoal or gas grill is sweet for grilling, but I am using a stove top grill here.
- Baste with the remaining sauce the asparagus was cooked in.
- Turn and baste until cooked to your liking.
- Serve, shown here with Texas (thick sliced) garlic toast.
Asparagus can be found in most supermarkets, vegetable boxes and at farmers' markets or you can opt to grow it yourself. Meat lovers can wrap it in parma ham; vegetarians can serve it in a cheesy quiche, tart or with eggs; vegans can eat it in a risotto with peas and mint. Japanese cooks wrap tender beef around green onions to make bite-size rolls called negimaki. Ramen gets all the hype, but soba—Japanese buckwheat noodles served hot or cold—satisfy another, unsung niche for noodle fanatics. Lay two asparagus spears along one side of the meat with the top of the spear sticking out a little.
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