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katsudon Recipe Japanese Steak Rice Bowl

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Serving(s): 1


Egg 2 Piece
Spring Onion 0.5
Vegetable Stock * 1 Tsp
Breadcrumbs * 20 gr
Pork cutlet 1 Piece
Soy Sauce * 1 Tbsp
Water 100 ml
White Wine 1 Tbsp
Flour or Rice Flour * 20 gr
Sugar 1 Tsp
Onion 0.75 Piece


Rice Cooker * 1 Stück
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Recipe Information

Vegetarian: no
Vegan: no
Lactose: no
Gluten: yes
Calories: ~ 700
Difficulty: 2/3
Country: japanisch
Category: Hauptgericht
Preparation: 10 Min.
Cooking Time 15 Min.
Total Time 25 Min.
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Katsudon is a very famous Japanese dish, with a crispy breaded pork schnitzel served with a half raw egg on a serving of rice.

The Word "Katsudon" is made up of Tonkatsu (pork) and Donburi. Donburi (short Don) is a bowl of rice with different ingredients as topping such as meat, fish or vegetables on. These easy-to-prepare dishes are popular both in Japan and around the world.

For this Katsudon I have made sure that I use only easy-to-get ingredients, except the soy sauce. The soy sauce is now also available in every supermarket for little money.

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      1. Cut the onions and the spring onions in small pieces. Put them aside.

      2. Mix the sauceRühre die Sauce an, indem du das Wasser mit den Gemüsebrühenpulver, der Soja Sauce, dem Zucker und Weiswein anmixt. Stelle die Sauce dann zur Seite.

      3. Knock the pork cutlet with a meat mallet, alternatively with the surface of a knife soft. This ensures that the fibers shorten in the meat and thus it becomes tender and juicy.

        Thinly cutted onions
        Thinly cutted onions
        Knock the cuttled pork soft
        Knock the cuttled pork soft
      4. Bread the piece of meat by placing it first in a flour bath, then in an egg bath (from an egg) and then completely wrapping it with bread rolls. Put it on a plate and heat a pan.

      5. In this pan, first fry the onions with a little oil and put them aside again

        bread the cuttled pork smoothly
        bread the cuttled pork smoothly
        fry the onions with some oil
        fry the onions with some oil
      6. Now roast the piece of meat from both sides golden brown. Meanwhile, beat the rest of the egg evenly.

      7. Once cooked, cut the meat in the pan. This is easiest with a kitchen scissors.

        fry the schnitzel
        fry the schnitzel...
        and cut into stripes
        ...and cut into stripes
      8. Next, add the prepared vegetable brew sauce and the spring onion to the pan and pour the beaten egg on top.

      9. Turn off the heat and let the egg cook with the heat.

        Cook the egg just with the heat of the meat
        Cook the egg just with the heat of the meat
      10. After about 5 minutes the dish is ready. Put a serving of rice in a bowl and put the Tonkatsu on top.

      11. Already you can serve the Katsudon :) YamYam very delicious

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