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Friday, May 18, 2007

Subuta(sweet and sour pork)


Subata.


This is not Japanese cuisine. This is Chinese cuisine.

I don't know the name of this in China. Subuta is Japanese name and means like "Sour Pork".

I was used to eat "Sweet and sour pork" in the Philippines but it was not so as delicious as Subuta.

Because I don't like sweet foods. My friend from Japan likes sweet foods like sweet and sour pork in th Philippines more.

I think you can try this in your hometown coz there are a lot of Chinese restaurant or snack vender in the world!

In Japan, we usually buy Subuta sauce in mall and cook it briefly...

What is the name of this dish in your country?



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2 comments:

Marg said...

I think we just call it sweet and sour pork, or there is sweet and sour chicken. We have so many Chinese restaurants, but only a couple authentic Japanese restaurants. Everyone loves Chinese food here, including me. Chuugoku no okashi ga suki. Hmmm, I'm not sure if that's right. I'm don't know much Japanese yet, but Nihongo ga benkyoo chuu desu.

Taro said...

"Okashi" means "confectionery" in Japanese. Chinese cuisine are so popular in Japan these days so we usually cook it with instant chinese cuisine package(including sause, ingredients, and seasoning).
You can learn Japanese at ease because you are young! Hung on!