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Thread: Tonkatsu with Sunomono

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    Tonkatsu with Sunomono

    I've been missing some of my old comfort foods from SoCal, I used to love some Katsu from one of my favorite Japanese eateries.
    So I went to work putting together a first class Sunday lunch for the family.

    Tonkatsu, Panko Breaded Pork in Curry with Vegetables
    Sunomono, Cucumber Salad
    Rice


    Curry with Vegetables
    I cheat and use S&B Golden Curry sauce, I like the Medium Hot or Hot
    Parboil chopped carrots, potatoes and onion till just tender, then add to curry and simmer for 15-20 minutes
    Serve over pork, chicken or beef



    Breaded Pork Cutlets
    4.5lbs of pork cutlets
    Dredge cutlets in seasoned flour, egg wash and then Panko
    Chill for 15-30 min to set the panko breading
    Pan fry or deep fry till tender-n-juicy with a beautiful golden brown crunchy crust
    Salt well while still dripping grease and allow to drain well





    Cucumber Salad
    2-3 Cucumbers, thinly sliced (seeded or not, personal preference)
    1/2C finely chopped green onion
    In a separate bowl combine the following
    3T Rice Vinegar
    2T Mirin
    2T Soy sauce
    2T Sugar
    1T Sesame seed for garnish
    1T Salt
    Combine veggies and marinade, then refrigerate for 30 min to an hour.



    Rice
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    Finale

    Ragnar Benson:
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    Die if you must, but die on your home turf with your face to the wind, not in some stinking hellhole 2,000 kilometers away, among people you neither know nor care about.

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    Where did you learn to do all this cooking and why don't you weigh 500 lbs ?��
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    Awesome eats ,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johntr21 View Post
    Where did you learn to do all this cooking and why don't you weigh 500 lbs ?��
    I learn by watching, doing and simply being able to follow a recipe.
    That and I've a knack for for throwing things together, going in a pantry, pulling things out and making something good to eat.
    Once you learn the basics of how different things are made it's pretty easy.
    Perfect example was the Satay Chicken I made while on vacation, never made it before, but it turned out tasting like Satay. I knew the flavor profiles/spices, make the marinade, taste it , tweak it and ready to burn.

    Thankfully I generally only cook on weekends.
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    U look like a professional chef!

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    I've made tankatsu. Yours looks excellent. I'm going to try your vegetable curry side dish.
    Ever tried Bulldog Sauce?
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    Tonkatsu with Sunomono
    God bless you!

    Did you make those words up?

    ;-) lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sknhgy View Post
    I've made tankatsu. Yours looks excellent. I'm going to try your vegetable curry side dish.
    Ever tried Bulldog Sauce?
    Thanks.
    Yes on the Bulldog sauce, it is what I normally use on tonkatsu.

    The S&B Golden Curry is great as a sauce on almost any meat, rice and/or veggies, or with the meat/veggies stewed in it.
    Do try it, you'll like it.
    Ragnar Benson:
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    Die if you must, but die on your home turf with your face to the wind, not in some stinking hellhole 2,000 kilometers away, among people you neither know nor care about.

 

 

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