Brad's chicken katsu. Chicken katsu (Japanese chicken schnitzel or chicken cutlet) is usually served with the sweet and savory tonkatsu sauce, finely shredded cabbage and cucumbers. You can eat it either with steamed. Our take on the Japanese favorite.
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Ingredients of Brad's chicken katsu
- You need of For the tonkatsu sauce.
- It’s of ketchup.
- You need of low sodium soy sauce.
- You need of brown sugar.
- Prepare of mirin.
- It’s of worchestershire sauce.
- Prepare of ground ginger.
- Prepare of ground mustard.
- It’s of minced garlic.
- It’s of For the chicken.
- It’s of chicken breast, sliced into 1/2 " strips.
- It’s of Prepared tempura batter.
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Brad's chicken katsu step by step
- Slice chicken and put on a plate. Sprinkle with kosher salt and set aside..
- Mix all of the ingredients for the sauce. Mix well and refrigerate until use..
- Mix tempura batter. If you choose to use a boxed tempura follow recipe on box. Or make your own by mixing 1 cup rice flour w/ 2/3 cup ice water..
- Heat deep fryer to 360 degrees..
- Dip chicken in batter to coat well. Let excess drip off. Hold end of strip in hot oil for a few seconds then slowly lower into oil. This should keep the batter from sticking to the frying basket. Fry about 8 strips at a time. Fry for about 4 minutes. Drain on paper towels..
- Serve chicken with the sauce on the side. Enjoy..
The first thing I noticed was, they only use the best bread from Epi-Ya! (IYKYK!) The second thing I noticed was, each sandwich is made to order! Definitely getting a freshly fried chicken/pork filet! The chicken Katsu is sooooo yummy, as is the Japanese meatloaf. If you like curry this is a MUST! Beef katsu, pork tonkatsu and chicken katsu at Hako in Irvine (Photo by Brad A.