SUBUTA Japanese-Style Sweet & Sour Pork RECIPE | Cooking with Mom

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  1. Why are you frying in so much deep oil and not cooking in a wok . what type of oil you are using . NO NOT THE POTATOES FLOUR TO MUCH STARCH I might be wrong you will find it in Holland & Barrett which is a health food shop in the UK if you cannot find it then use CORNFLOUR , they you might try the fish batter the same in a FISH AND CHIPS SHOP , Or go to the Chinese supermarket if you can't find it , they find the recipe on the internet I think try this one first

  2. I'm very late to this video, I only recently found your channel.

    Your mother is awesome.

    Just wanted to say, corn starch is a good substitute for potato starch in these kind of applications the crispness and flavor is similar when frying, and you can easily make a slurry to thicken sauces with it. Flour won't work for a slurry, because it clumps and It needs longer cook time to get the raw flour taste out and to thicken. It would make the sauce burn. It is readily available in most American grocery stores. (Not corn flour, and not corn meal. It must say corn starch)

  3. Your mama needs to do a cookbook! I made this today and it was honestly the best sweet sour pork I've ever made. The family enjoyed it. It was so simple and so ono! Easy prep and easy clean up. Mahalo for sharing it!

  4. Very simple recipe and you two explained it very well. I love the fact of the vegetables. I eat too much red meat and pork so I am always looking for a way to add vegetables in my diet. Tell your mother thank you and I wish her many years of good health.

  5. Hello by dear sweet friends! I am such a terrible fan… I have missed so much of your videos; life has been busy, but summer break is coming and I'll have time to catch up! I LOVE your "Cooking with Mom" videos! She makes the best recipes and they are so simple to make. This one is a winner! I can't wait to try this because I know it will taste 1,000,000 times better than our super red and super sweet "sweet and sour pork", LOL. Always love seeing you and your mom together; she's simply stunning! Hugs to you and your family and take care my friend!

  6. You can substitute cornstarch for potato starch, but a lot of the big supermarkets in the US do have potato starch in the Asian food section now! It comes in a clear plastic bag. Bob's Red Mill also sells it–that may be in the baking or gluten-free sections of your market.

  7. I have trouble finding certain ingredients in the Midwest of mainland USA. I have been trying to find and instruction using Inarizushi no moto from a can. I found it in an Asian food store here. This is all I have been able to find here. I assume that you don’t have to god through the boiling and seasoning of the pouches. Do you know if you can just use them straight out of the can?

  8. 酢豚は切って揚げて餡を作って炒めてと工程が多く手間がかかりますね。
    餡がすぐに硬くなってしまうし、難しいです。
    でもその分とても美味しいですね!
    パパパッと調理してしまうお母様の手際の良さ流石です✨

  9. I made this dish for my family last night and it was FANTASTIC! Just the right amount of sweet to sour. Amazing. Tell your mother she is a ROCK STAR in our house! Thanks for sharing and MORE COOKING WITH MOM!

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