Japanese Pork Bowl (Tokachi Butadon)

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Tokachi-style Butadon(十勝豚丼), a specialty of Obihiro city in Hokkaido, is a mouthwatering Japanese pork bowl that’s made by grilling thick slices of rich pork belly and glazing it in a caramelized sweet and savory sauce before serving it over a bed of rice. In this video recipe, I’m going to show you how to make it at home without a grill.

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INDEX:
0:00 Intro
1:11 Ingredients
2:07 Preparation
2:56 How to Make Butadon Sauce
4:42 How to Grill Pork Belly in a Pan
6:45 How to Adjust a Kitchen Torch
7:35 Assemble Japanese Pork Bowl
8:03 Finished Dish

INGREDIENTS:
Butadon Sauce
1/2 cup sake
1/2 cup soy sauce
1/3 cup mirin
1/4 cup evaporated cane sugar (or light brown sugar) 40 grams
1 large clove garlic (smashed)

Butadon
1/4 teaspoon salt
450 grams fatty pork (such as belly)
1 scallion (green parts chopped for garnish)
2 servings cooked short-grain rice

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Comments

Rohan Mahajan says:

Op boltay 🤩

Bojan Ljukovcanin says:

😮 I always wince at the amount of soy sauce the Japanese use.

Ivan Lecic says:

Taste it bro

Just Riena says:

We don't have sake here what alternative can we use 🇵🇭

Meliodas dancho says:

This was the best thing i´ve ever cooked thank you so much for this recipe! Very wholesome video

Aurora Rosacia says:

Oh my, I feel hungry now😄

QtCq says:

Wow you’re very clear concise positive and well articulated. Nice Content, Subscribed.

TheGuyNextDoor says:

What kind of mirin are you using? yours looks slightly darker than the super market stuff here.

Illuvia Anoixi Baisteach says:

Heyy, I've been binging your videos quite a lot lately☺and I really want to try your recipe. I was wondering abt the torch part. I don't have a torch, so I was wondering are they really necessary for this recipe? If so, do you have any another alternative? I didn't want to bother my parents on buying one since I'm not sure of how often I will use them. I hope you'll respond even though I know it's a quite late. Arigatou gozaimasu!😁

Persason says:

Thank you! My wife and I had butadon in Sapporo (in a center right by the JR central station) and it was mindblowingly good. I keep thinking about it and it looks just like this.

One Way Ticket says:

Hi , mark now I open Butadon Shop. So it have a good sale. We have only Butadon Totiyakidon Gyudon 3-4 of type Menu. But easy to manage. GoodTime for Start.

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