Pork rolls with eggplant - a delicious dish of Japanese cuisine, which is easy to apply even on the holiday table. They are prepared very easily and quickly, and produces a pretty original and tasty. Help yourself!
|Cooking time 35 minutes||Number of servings -|
Prepare the necessary ingredients.
In the pan of rice to pour the water, put on fire and bring to boil. In boiling water add required quantity of rice in bags, cook 30 minutes until tender. I used rice TM Mistral "amber".
Eggplant peel, cut into sticks and soak in water for 5 minutes.
Slice the pork across the grain into thin slices, beat.
Pork, pepper, a little salt, given that the roll is fried with addition of soya sauce. I salted the meat. The slice of pork place 2 eggplant sticks and roll roll.
In a bowl sprinkle the starch and roll the rolls on all sides.
Then dip in the beaten egg.
In a large nonstick skillet, heat vegetable oil over medium heat. Fry pork rolls until Golden brown on all sides. Cover with a lid and cook for another 3 minutes on medium heat. To test the readiness of eggplant, pierced them with a wooden skewer.
While pork is roasting, prepare the filling. In a bowl, mix soy sauce, rice wine, Mirin, sugar, starch, and grated on melkkos grated ginger.
Immediately explain: Mirin is a rice wine a very sweet taste with low alcohol content and should not be confused with rice vinegar. Mirin, you can replace the white wine with sugar at the rate of 1 tbsp mirin = 2 tsp white wine + 1 teaspoon sugar.
Pour the filling into the pan over the rolls. Rotating the pork rolls and fry for another 2-3 minutes. Then the pig rolls out onto a plate.
By this time the rice is cooked. Packages to remove from water, cut and put rice on plates.
Serve and served to the table. Bon appetit!