How to Make A Great Tonkatsu

It's easy to make tonkatsu like you'd eat at a restaurant.

Recipe By: Marii's cook (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/84)
Serves 4 Prep: 15 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork fillets 4
Salt & pepper as required
Ginger 1/2 thumb
Garlic powder as required
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Eggs 2
Breadcrumbs as required
Sauce as required
or
Tartare sauce
Mayonnaise as required
Gherkins 3
Onion 1/4
Gherkin vinegar 2 tbsp

Method

1
Score the pork.
2
Rub salt & pepper, grated ginger and garlic into the pork.
3
Leave overnight.
4
Dredge in potato starch, dip in beaten egg and coat in breadcrumbs. Leave for 10 minutes.
5
Preheat the oil 180C and deep fry the pork until golden brown.
6
Ready to eat!

Tips & Note

Steps 1 & 2 are important to make this really crispy.
If the oil is too low, it will absorb it and taste oily, so fry at the correct temperature.

How to Make A Great Tonkatsu

It's easy to make tonkatsu like you'd eat at a restaurant.

Recipe By: Marii's cook (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/84)

Serves 4

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Pork fillets 4
Salt & pepper as required
Ginger 1/2 thumb
Garlic powder as required
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Eggs 2
Breadcrumbs as required
Sauce as required
or
Tartare sauce
Mayonnaise as required
Gherkins 3
Onion 1/4
Gherkin vinegar 2 tbsp

How to Make A Great Tonkatsu

Recipe ID :341 Posted on 19 APR 2015

Serves 4

Prep 15min
Cook 15min
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It's easy to make tonkatsu like you'd eat at a restaurant.

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4
as required
1/2 thumb
as required
as required
2
as required
as required
as required
3
1/4
2 tbsp

Method

Prep
15min
Cook
15min
1
Score the pork.
2
Rub salt & pepper, grated ginger and garlic into the pork.
3
Leave overnight.
4
Dredge in potato starch, dip in beaten egg and coat in breadcrumbs. Leave for 10 minutes.
5
Preheat the oil 180C and deep fry the pork until golden brown.
6
Ready to eat!

Tips & Note

Steps 1 & 2 are important to make this really crispy.
If the oil is too low, it will absorb it and taste oily, so fry at the correct temperature.

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It's easy to make tonkatsu like you'd eat at a restaurant.
Pork fillets, Salt & pepper, Ginger, Garlic powder, Potato starch or cornflour, Eggs, Breadcrumbs, Sauce, or , Tartare sauce, Mayonnaise, Gherkins, Onion, Gherkin vinegar
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