Hey everyone, I hope you are having an amazing day today. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make a distinctive dish, sauce katsu rice bowl. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I am going to make it a bit unique. This will be really delicious.
Try this recipe for Katsudon, a popular Japanese bowl dish of tonkatsu, or breaded deep-fried pork, and eggs in a sweet and salty broth over rice. Katsu, or “cutlet” in Japanese, refers to meat that’s been pounded thin before being cooked. If rice bowl is your type of dinner, you will enjoy this Baked Katsudon as much as I do.
Sauce Katsu Rice Bowl is one of the most popular of current trending foods on earth. It’s simple, it is fast, it tastes delicious. It’s appreciated by millions every day. They are fine and they look fantastic. Sauce Katsu Rice Bowl is something which I have loved my whole life.
To get started with this particular recipe, we have to first prepare a few components. You can cook sauce katsu rice bowl using 11 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Sauce Katsu Rice Bowl:
- Take 3 slice per serving, 4 to 6 slices total Pork roast meat (sliced about 5 mm thick)
- Prepare 1 Cabbage
- Make ready 2 servings Plain steamed rice
- Make ready 2 tbsp ○ Tonkatsu sauce
- Get 2 tbsp ○ Soy sauce
- Take 1 tsp ○ Ketchup
- Get 1 tbsp ○ Sugar
- Get 2 tbsp ○ Water
- Prepare 1 dash ○ Dashi stock granules (optional)
- Prepare 1 dash of each Salt and pepper
- Make ready 1 For the coating: Flour, beaten egg, panko
Alex had to improvise to come up with a sauce that was equally. If you’ve never heard of it, Katsudon is basically katsu (a pork chop breaded with panko and fried) over rice with onion and egg. While the pork is resting, add the dashi stock (or chicken stock), sugar, soy sauce, and mirin to a small bowl. This Japanese katsudon—fried cutlet and egg rice bowl—is the best use you’re ever gonna get out of leftover fried chicken or pork cutlets.
Instructions to make Sauce Katsu Rice Bowl:
- Wash the cabbage, shred very finely and soak in a bowl of water.
- Flatten the pork roast slices with the side of you knife and layer two slices (per serving) together. Put the fat side of each slice on opposite sides. Make 2 portions.
- Season both sides with salt and pepper, coat with the flour, beaten egg and panko and deep fry.
- While you’re frying the cutlets, combine the sauce ingredients marked ○ in a container big enough for the cutlets to fit comfortably and mix. When the cutlets are almost done, microwave the sauce for a minute.
- Serve rice into bowls, top with drained shredded cabbage, and spoon 1-2 tablespoons of the mixed sauce (taste first).
- Put the freshly fried cutlets in the container with the sauce from Step 4 and coat both sides with the sauce. Slice into easy to eat pieces, place on top of the cabbage in the bowls and pour the leftover sauce over.
- For bentos, coat both sides in the sauce.
- I used this sauce to make a fried egg don (rice bowl). See
- This a simple rice bowl using store-bought croquettes. The sauce goes well with croquettes too.
- My husband usually isn’t satisfied with just croquettes, so this is a “tonkatsu and croquette bowl.” It looks nice if you slice both on the diagonal.
Well, an easy way to dip your feet into the world of fried-then-soaked foods is katsudon, a dish made with leftover chicken katsu or pork tonkatsu simmered with. A bowl of rice is topped with tonkatsu (deep fried crumbed pork cutlet), onion and beaten egg cooked in dashi with sweet soy sauce. Katsu-don is one of many popular dishes among Japanese. A wonderful combination of crispy katsu cutlets, savoury egg and soy sauce seasoning, all on a mound of freshly steamed white rice, this dish is perfect for introducing the world of Japanese Serve your rice into your donburi bowl. Hitta stockbilder i HD på Sauce Katsudonjapanese Pork Cutlet Rice Bowl och miljontals andra royaltyfria stockbilder, illustrationer och vektorer i Shutterstocks samling.
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