Top Rated Katsu Recipes

We like to use the Lotus brand of baos, which can be found at any specialty Chinese food market, to make these buns, but feel free to use whatever brand you prefer (or attempt to make them yourselves!).
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Chicken Katsu Don
Today’s recipe, Chicken Katsu Don, might "look" time-consuming but it’s actually not. It’s perfect for a busy day. I usually serve this dish with a bowl of miso soup and a small salad. It’s a pretty balanced meal that is quite filling because of donburi (rice bowl) style. If you use chicken breasts instead of chicken tenders, make sure to cut each piece thin so it will cook faster. See all chicken recipes.
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sakuraiiko
This is my family recipe for Chicken Katsu - Japanese style fried chicken. Can also be used to make Tonkatsu, just use pork cutlets instead of chicken. Serve with white rice and tonkatsu sauce.
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yettobeseen
This is a simple recipe of a dish that is widely popular at local restaurants in Hawaii. The key component of this dish is the sauce, which could be bought at an Oriental Foods store as tonkatsu (pork cutlet) sauce. But I have included a recipe for it here. I searched over years to find a recipe for the sauce, then finally modified one to match what can be found in Hawaii. I think its perfect now, so I hope you like it. The sauce is best if made a few hours in advance and refrigerated. If you can't get the panko flakes, you can just use flour or some other breading, but it won't be as crispy.
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Amy in Hawaii
Katsu are boneless strips of chicken,or pork that are breaded; fried and served with a dipping sauce. A staple at Hawaii restaurants, it has its roots in Japanese cuisine
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (http://www.ifood.tv)
Description Chicken Katsu is japanese style fried chicken. Can also be used to make Tonkatsu, just use pork cutlets instead of chicken. Serve with white rice and tonkatsu sauce. Ingredients 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - pounded to 1/2 ...
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RedheadAblaze
This is a recipe I nabbed from Rachael Ray. It tastes pretty close to pork katsu you'd find in a Japanese restaurant. It's some good stuff :-D I'm not a fan of the red onions with the mirin so I don't normally make them.
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littlesponger
Chicken Katsu is Japanese style fried chicken and is most often served with Tonkatsu sauce. Serve with your choice of shredded cabbage, rice. Tonkatsu sauce can also be purchased in bottled form at many grocery stores or oriental food stores.
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BetterThanRamsay
A condiment dipping sauce for Katsu Chicken, Hawaiian style deep fried chicken that is breaded with Panko bread crumbs or Tonkatsu, Japanese deep fried pork cutlet. The term "Tonkatsu" comes from the word "katsu" meaning cutlet and "tonkatsu" meaning breaded and fried cutlet. The savory, delicious sauce has a thick consistency, and this dish is great when accompanied by rice and/or shredded cabbage.
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luisascatering
Tonkatsu is a japanese dish of deep-fried breaded pork (“ton”) cutlets (“katsu”) accompanied by a dark sweet sauce. Chicken katsu is a variation and it is said to be more popular in Hawaii than in Japan. I served mine this time with a rainbow carrot-fresh pineapple slaw. Aloha! :-)
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Soifua
This is a version of a sauce used for tonkatsu (pork) or chicken katsu. My family loves it, and I like it better than a local restaurant's sauce.
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