Monday, 30 September 2013

TONKATSU PORK




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400g of pork tenderloin – 1 large egg (beaten) – 100g of panko bread crumbs – 100g of flour – tonkatsu sauce (or any brown sauce) – little carrots and mangetout beans.

Boil water for the vegetables. Cook them for 5 minutes.
Slice the pork into 1cm-slices.
Heat oil for deep-frying in a wok.
Prepare 3 plates : 1 with the egg – 2 with the panko – 3 with the flour.
Dip each slice in egg. Then coat with flour and panko.
Deep-fry the pork for a few minutes each side.
Remove and drain on paper towels.
Pour some tonkatsu sauce over.
Serve with the vegetables.  Itadakimasu!

21 comments:

  1. A lovely Japanese dish. Thanks Sixte. Gemma

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  2. Hi Sixte, I like the tonkatsu pork raider. Is he a polo player? Helen

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    1. We could say that Helen, the trouble is, he missed is mallet (or we eat it maybe...). Best, Sixte

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    2. NOTA: you should read HIS mallet of course...;-0)

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  3. I recently started eating a lot of Japanese food. Your recipe is so timely. Cheers, Galina

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  4. Japanese recipe! I am quite keen to try it. Felicity

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    1. Yes Felicity, you have to try it!! Best, Sixte

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  5. Another Japanese gem from Sixte. Thanks. Fiona

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    1. Thank you for your nice comment Fiona. Best, Sixte

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  6. Tonkatsu pork is my dish of the week. I always liked the Japanese cuisine. You reminded me about it. Thank you. Tatiana

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  7. Sounds great! Must be tried! Sam

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  8. I like this recipe! Dom

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  9. Sixte, spot on! I am ready for the Japanese meal. Julia

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  10. Hey Sixte, are you half French and half Japanese? Your Asian food is so good. Sarah

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    1. Hello Sarah. No, I am French since many centuries now... But I love Japanese food, I love Japan and one of my friend is Japanese (It is her recipe actually...). Best, Sixte

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