Pork Katsu Curry
You all know this legendary dish, you are more familiar with its brother the chicken katsu curry. A crispy juicy tender piece of meat coated in bread crumbs served with a spicy curry sauce over a bed of rice.
No more going out to buy some katsu curry, it is time to make your own. You love this dish, you enjoy eating it, now its time to learn how to make it so you can full appreciate this wonderful dish that you know and love. Plus its super easy and will save you a ton of money.
How to Katsu the Kurry?
Finely mince your onion and your potato and gently stir fry it in a pot on medium heat with a bit of oil till the onions are translucent and fragrant.
Slowly pour in 1 litre of stock of your choice into the pot and gently stir till well combined, it will be super LIQUIDY. If you don't have stock combine 1 stock cube with 1 Liter of water.
2tb Curry Powder
2tb Brown Sugar
1tb Light Soy Sauce
3 Medium Potatoes
1L Chicken Stock
4 Pork Loins
1 Cup Flour (all purpose)
1 Cup Bread Crumbs
Now you should have a THICCCC gravy like sauce. Taste for seasoning and add salt if needed.
Gently STAB the pork loin with a fork so it is full of holes. This helps tenderise the meat.
In a plate add in 1 cup of flour an 1te of salt and mix well. In a bowl crack and beat up 2 eggs. In another plate add in 1 cup of bread crumbs.
In a pan add just enough oil to cover the base of the pan and heat to medium high heat.
Gently lower your little crusty baby into the oil and watch it sizzle. It should take no more than 5 minutes on each side.
Remove from the oil and allow to drain and cool slightly.
Elegantly slice the pork up and it is ready.
EXTRA:Pork can easily be swapped out for chicken or any meat of your choice but chicken and pork works the best.