Tonkatsu – Pork Cultlet
Tonkatsu is a very popular Japanese food. You can eat it in any season, and if you eat it with rice, it will fill you up, so it is also a standard menu at set meals. It is a common way to eat with cabbage. Please eat it with tonkatsu sauce as you like.
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- Frying pan
- Mortar and pestle-Suribachi and Surikogi
Cabbage is shredded and soaked in water to make it crispy. Cut the lemon into 1/8 wedges.
Prick the pork evenly with a fork to soften it, and season it with salt and pepper.
Dip the pork in soft flour, dip it in the beaten egg, and coat it with breadcrumbs.
Put salad oil in a pot and heat it to 170 degrees, then add ③. When the breadcrumbs are lightly colored and solidified, turn them upside down. When it turns brown it means the fire goes through.
Take it in a vat and cook it with residual heat while draining the oil.