Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Chicken Katsu Donburi

Today's lunch, the evergreen chicken katsu donburi! #3 loves this dish and has it for dinner at least once a week. I find it too dry so I served today's meal with a bowl of soup and some baby bok choy.



A close up of the chicken katsu donburi with a drizzle of Bulldog sauce.

The Recipe:

Chicken Katsu Donburi

Chicken breast meat
Pepper and salt
Katakuriko (potato flour)
Egg
Panko (Japanese bread crumbs)

1. Pound the chicken with a meat mallet.
2. Dust pounded chicken with salt and pepper.
3. Prepare 3 plates to contain the panko, beaten egg and katakuriko.
4. Prepare a frying pan with some oil for frying.
5. Dip the marinated chicken first into the katakuriko and coat well, then dip into the beaten egg and finally into the panko.
6. Fry till brown and allow the oil to drip dry into some kitchen paper.
7. Slice accordingly and top with Tonkatsu sauce (tastes like Worcestershire sauce) a.k.a Bulldog sauce.
8. Top it into a bowl of steaming hot rice and viola you get a Donburi!

Bob apetite or should I say Itadakimasu! LOL!

The original recipe is called Tonkatsu which uses pork fillets. I've used chicken fillets as an alternative here.


Other related Donburi posts: Tri-color Donburi
Salmon steak Donburi

7 comments:

Emile Zola@life said...

Hi,
Yummy,yummy, thinking to prepare for my kids.
Could you share on how to prepare the Chicken Katsu.
Thanks ya.

Bento Pet said...

emile zola@life: I've re-edited this post to include the recipe. Enjoy!

Emile Zola@life said...

Terima Kasih banyak banyak

Emily said...

Oh Bento Pet! I have an award for you too!

JO-N said...

Thank you for the recipe. I think this would be very welcomed in our home. The children just love fried food.

JO-N said...
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allthingspurple said...

Wow. Pat !! You made it sound so easy !! I am so going to try this. !!! YOur family is so lucky to be able to enjoy Japanese dishes at home !!

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