How To: Cook Japanese Goya Chanpuru or Okinawan stir fry

Cook Japanese Goya Chanpuru or Okinawan stir fry

How to Cook Japanese Goya Chanpuru or Okinawan stir fry

This instructional cooking video shows you how to cook Goya Chanpuru. Goya Chanpuru is a traditional Japanese stir fry. The Goya is a bitter melon that you will need to treat with salt to remove the bitter aftertaste.
Ingredients for Goya Chanpuru:
1 Goya - Bitter Melon (250g / 8.82 oz)
1 tsp Salt for removing bitterness
150g Onion (5.29 oz)
100g Slice Pork - upper shoulder part of pork (3.53 oz)
- Seasonings for Slice Pork -
1/2 tsp Soy Sauce
1/2 tsp Sake
2 Eggs
A Pinch of Salt
A Pinch of Pepper1/2 Firm Tofu (200g / 7.05 oz)
2 tbsp Cooking Oil
- Condiments for Goya Chanpuru -
2 tbsp Miso
1 tbsp Sake
1/2 tbsp Sugar
1 tsp Soy Sauce
Dried Bonito Flakes

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2 Comments

Very nicely done Thank You!

Whoa whoa whoa. First of all Goya Champuru is Okinawan its not a Japanese dish. Second Okinawa might be a part of Japan, but that is not by choice. Okinawan's aren't Japanese. There is too much stuff in the ingredients that aren't in Goya Champuru. There is no onions,pepper,miso,sugar,sake,soy sauce,tofu has to be Okinawan tofu and it is not but apart,but broken apart by hand. There is pork,but it has to be Spam. You don't use bonito flakes ,but you do use dashi. Make Goya Champuru like this recipe on this site and give to a person from Okinawa and they will laugh and say is this suppose to be Goya Champuru?

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