Ingredients

How to make it

  • Trim the fatty part of porks, if there is any (for a healthier option).
  • Sprinkle salt and pepper on the porks.
  • Roll porks lightly on flour until coated.
  • Dip the pork sin beaten egg.
  • Roll porks sonto the bread crumbs.
  • Fry the porks in heated oiluntil it turns brown (make sure oil is hot)
  • Turn over the porks and fry them a few more minutes.
  • Take out the porks and put them on a paper towel to drain the oil.
  • Slice porks into smaller pieces.
  • Serve porks with warm rice and tonkatsu sauce for dipping (see my recipe for homemade tonkatsu sauce)

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    " It was excellent "
    wolfpackjack ate it and said...
    Great post, I love any kind of pork and this is awesome....dave
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  • rukiamich 6 years ago
    wow.. this is an awesome dish.. one of my favourite.. Japanese curry and Katsu don.. :p will definitely try this out..
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    " It was excellent "
    ecc ate it and said...
    When I was in Japan (13 years ago)this was my favorite food there. Since then, I make it at home all the time, so I've been making it for 13 years! It's my #1 favorite meal. I use kikoman tonkatsu sauce and serve it with calrose rice and make the rice is extra sticky (Hawaiian style because I grew up in Hawaii)
    I also make chicken katsu (just sub chicken) when I don't have pork, but pork is my favorite!

    You can purchase Panko at super target now! It's getting popular, I use panko a lot. You can also sub crushed corn flakes in a pinch and that works well.
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    " It was just okay "
    vivian ate it and said...
    Hi I am still trying to make this lovely recipe, but I can not get any rice wine any where, could I use anything else I don't want to spoil it so if any other thing would spoil it I will continue to try to find the wine.
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  • verondear 7 years ago
    I've found this link on the internet.
    http://www.gourmetsleuth.com/panko.htm
    I get Japanese Bread Crumbs from a Asian grocery store, but I have seen them at regular supermarket/grocery store, too.

    I live in the Midwest, one of the examples of the regular grocery stores here is Giant Eagle.
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    " It was just okay "
    vivian ate it and said...
    I will definitely be trying this, I would like to know also what are Japanese bread crumbs? Do you think we can get them in the UK?
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  • psy333che 7 years ago
    You have some very interesting recipes
    what are in Japanese bread crumbs ?
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  • verondear 7 years ago
    What a good idea! I finally added a link to the Tonkatsu Sauce recipe.

    Thank you ladies for the comments. Please let me know how you like this recipe. :)
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  • unswissmiss 7 years ago
    FYI you can add an html tag to link between the tonkatsu sauce and this recipe. Will be trying this!
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  • linebb956 7 years ago
    I really want to try these.. can you please post the tonkatsu sauce? Panko bread crumbs are great for shrimp too!
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