Chicken katsu is one of my all-time favorite dishes to make and eat. It’s similar to shake and bake chicken, but so much better! 바카라사이트
Juicy, tender chicken topped with crispy panko breadcrumbs, fluffy rice, and crunchy cabbage?! Meal of a lifetime!
I enjoy breaded chicken cutlets from almost every culture, but chicken katsu holds a particular place in my heart.
What exactly is katsu?
Katsu is a Japanese transliteration for cutlet. Tonkatsu (shown below) is a pork cutlet, but there are many other types of katsu
Which has become a name for panko breaded things. Tofu katsu, beef katsu, and, of course, chicken katsu are all available.
Cooking Instructions for Chicken Katsu
Preparing the chicken cutlets Pound the chicken until it’s about 1/2 inch thick. This ensures that it cooks evenly. Season with salt and pepper on both sides.
- Flour. Shake off any excess flour from the chicken.
- Egg. Coat both sides of the chicken with the egg, brushing off the excess.
- Panko. Press the chicken into the panko, making sure it is completely coated.
- Cook. The chicken katsu can be deep fried, baked, or air fried.
- Enjoy! Serve over rice, cabbage, and sauce and enjoy.
In Japan, katsu
Tonkatsu restaurants in Japan specialize on pork cutlets as well as seafood dishes such as ebi fry (panko deep fried shrimp) or kaki-fry (panko deep fried oyster).
Katsu-sando, or pig cutlet sandwiches, are also available. Chicken katsu is not as popular in Japan as pork katsu, but it is quite popular all over the world. 카지노사이트
Most likely because it is very similar to chicken tenders or chicken schnitzel.
How is katsu prepared?
Katsu is available as a set meal (teishoku), a rice bowl (donburi), with curry (curry katsu), or as a sandwich (katsu-sando).
The most prevalent is the teishoku set, which includes rice, cabbage, pickles, and sauce.
The best chicken to use is
Chicken katsu can be made with boneless skinless chicken breasts or boneless skinless chicken thighs.
In any case, lightly pound the chicken to prevent it from becoming too thick.
What exactly is panko?
Japanese breadcrumbs are known as panko. They’re fluffier, larger, and prepared from crustless white bread, as opposed to conventional breadcrumbs.
The uneven panko flakes are what give katsu its crunch. They’re flakier, dryer, and absorb less oil.
Panko is actually quite interesting and popular in Japan. Panko factories make bread to particular panko requirements.
Fresh panko, dried panko, and flakes of various sizes are available.
They also have multiple methods for baking the bread, such as oven baking or electrically baking using currents. Many restaurants get fresh panko delivered daily. 카지노 블로그