recipe Add pasta and it's delicious twice! Pork and Chinese cabbage tomato millefeuille[OL work meal]

recipe Add pasta and it’s delicious twice! Pork and Chinese cabbage tomato millefeuille[OL work meal]


Writer : Moai Kasumi

OL cooking researcher

We are updating a delicious simple recipe[OL work meal]that you can make even after work.

Pork and Chinese cabbage tomato millefeuille

Completed cut of pork and Chinese cabbage tomato millefeuille

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Millefeuille hot pot of pork and Chinese cabbage, a classic winter. This time, I arranged it with tomato cheese flavor. The softly stewed Chinese cabbage and juicy pork ribs go well with the delicious tomatoes and cheese.

You can eat it as it is. You can add pasta to make soup pasta. It’s a recipe that you can enjoy twice ♪

Ingredients (for 2 people)

Chinese cabbage and pork tomato millefeuille material cut

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・ Chinese cabbage …… 1/4
・ Pork rose …… 150g
・ Cheese …… 50g
A whole tomato can …… 1 can (400g)
A ketchup …… 3 tablespoons
A consomme …… 2 teaspoons
A soy sauce …… 2 teaspoons
A salt …… A pinch
A sugar …… 2 teaspoons
A water …… 150ml

How to make

1. Treatment of ingredients

Cut with Chinese cabbage and pork roses

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Cut off the Chinese cabbage shaft and layer it alternately with pork.

Cut pork and Chinese cabbage

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Cut into 5 cm width.

Chinese cabbage and pork lined up in a pan

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Spread it in a pot with the cross section facing up.

2. Making sauce

Where tomatoes in tomato sauce are made with kitchen scissors

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ATo make tomato sauce by mixing. Roughly crush whole tomatoes with a fork. If it is hard to crush, cut it with kitchen scissors.

Where tomato sauce is added to Chinese cabbage and pork

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Add tomato sauce to the pan.

3. Stew

Place the lid on the pot and simmer

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Cover the pot and simmer over low heat for 15 to 20 minutes.

When cheese is added to the pot

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When the Chinese cabbage is lumpy and the pork is on fire, add cheese for pizza, cover and heat until it melts.

“Tomato millefeuille of pork and Chinese cabbage” is completed!

Completed cut of pork and Chinese cabbage tomato millefeuille

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When the cheese melts, it’s done!

Add pasta to tomato millefeuille of pork and Chinese cabbage

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Add boiled pasta, garlic and grated cheese to transform into soup pasta!
This is also exquisite ♪

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