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Korokke Recipe Japanese potato croquettes

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Updated: 27.03.2020

Serving(s): 1

Ingredients

Egg 2 Piece
Minced Meat (mixed) 50 g (1.8 oz)
Potato 2 Piece
Carrot 1 Sticks
Oil (neutral) 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
Panko (Breadcrumbs) * 2 Cups
Pepper * 2 Pinch
Salt 2 Pinch
Tonkatsu Sauce 2 Tbsp
Onion 1 Piece

Equipment

Fryer * 1 Piece
Potato Mashers * 1 Piece
Pan * 1 Piece
Turner * 1 Piece
Mixing Bowl * 1 Piece
Pot * 1 Piece
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Recipe Information

Vegetarian: no
Vegan: no
Lactose: no
Gluten: yes
Calories: ~ 350 Calories
Difficulty: 2/3
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Spicy: Not Spicy Not Spicy Not Spicy Not Spicy
Category: recipe
Preparation: 20 Min.
Cooking Time 40 Min.
Total Time 60 Min.
Keywords Korokke, Japanese potato croquettes, potato recipe, main course
Original Characters コロッケ
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Preparation

  1. First of all, the potatoes must be peeled and quartered.

  2. Now cover them with water in a pot and boil them for about 15 minutes.

  3. When they are soft and cooked, you pour off the water and mash them in the pot.

  4. Now you have to prepare the remaining ingredients. Cut onions, carrots and possibly also mushrooms (shiitake) into small cubes.

  5. Heat oil in a pan, fry the onions in it and add the rest of the vegetables as soon as the onions are glassy.

  6. Finally add the minced meat. Season everything with salt and pepper.

  7. When the meat and vegetables are well done, put them in the pot with the potatoes.

  8. Also an egg has to be added to the mixture so that the Korokke keep their shape better later.

  9. Mix the mixture.

  10. Now you can already start forming meatballs by hand.

  11. Now you prepare three bowls: One with flour, one with egg and one with Panko.

  12. Roll each meatball in flour, egg and panko one after the other.

  13. Now you are ready to deep-fry in a pot or deep fryer or in a pan.

  14. At a temperature of 175-180°C the Korokkes are fried for 10-15 minutes. As soon as they turn a golden yellow colour, you can remove the corokkes and let the excess oil drip off on kitchen paper.

  15. Now you only need a dip of choice (for example Tonkatsu sauce). Bon appetit!

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