“Goya” Bitter Melon & Tofu Stir Fry
This dish is called “Goya Chanpuru”, that is representative one of Okinawan cuisine.
Bitter melon (Momordica charantia var. pavel) is called “Goya” and also known “Niga-Uri”. The former is the dialect name of Okinawa region, and the latter is the standard Japanese name.
Heat the sesame oil in a frying pan.
Stir-fried “Goya”, tofu, sliced pork ribs and egg with a pinch salt.
Finally add soy sauce to flavor.
is a bitter melon (Momordica charantia var. pavel), also known as “Niga-Uri”. Goya is the dialect name of Okinawa region, and Niga-Uri is the standard Japanese name. ゴーヤ（ごーや） 苦瓜（にがうり） literally “bitter cucurbitaceous”
is a stir fry dish with tofu and vegetables, that is the representative Okinawan cuisine. チャンプル（ちゃんぷる）