Chicken katsu is a perfect homemade Japanese takeout that made with fried chicken cutlet also known as panko chicken, or tori katsu served over delicious tonkatsu sauce.
What is Chicken Katsu?
Chicken Katsu is basically a Japanese dish which is also popular in California, Hawaii, and other areas of the world. It is generally served with tonkatsu sauce, where tonkatsu is a Japanese version fried cutlet made in pork.
Variations of Katsu Chicken
There are many variations that you can try given below:
- Panko-breaded chicken thigh, sliced into bite-sized strips, usually butterflied. Seasoned with a little salt and black-or-white-pepper, dredged in a lightly seasoned flour, dipped into a beaten egg mixture with some mirin, coated in panko, then deep fried.
- A pounded chicken breast piece is sliced into tenders, dredged in seasoned flour, then dipped into seasoned beaten egg, coated with seasoned panko, then pan-fried.
- The variant is the chicken tender recipe, not pounded as thinly, called panko chicken or chicken tenders. (This version can be called katsu chicken).
How to Make Katsu Sauce
Katsu sauce is also called Tonkatsu sauce is basically a thick Japanese vegetarian pureed fruit-based brown sauce mainly used for fried meats. You can make your homemade Katsu Sauce by combining Worcestershire sauce, tomato ketchup, and soy sauce together.
What to serve with Chicken Katsu
It is generally served with rice and/or miso soup, shredded cabbage as part of a two or three item combo, or as a dinner with vegetables and rice.
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