Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry. Chicken Cutlet (Japanese version of chicken schnitzel) brings the Japanese curry up to the next level. Katsu curry is just a variation of Japanese curry with a Chicken Cutlet on top. I have used a store-bought block of Japanese curry roux, which is commonly used in.
Actually, it's kinda rare to see chicken katsu with curry in Japan. For this recipe I'll be using chicken breast. Make chicken katsu curry from scratch with japancentre.com's katsu curry recipe.
Hey everyone, it’s Drew, welcome to my recipe page. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, japanese chicken katsu curry. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I will make it a bit unique. This will be really delicious.
Chicken Cutlet (Japanese version of chicken schnitzel) brings the Japanese curry up to the next level. Katsu curry is just a variation of Japanese curry with a Chicken Cutlet on top. I have used a store-bought block of Japanese curry roux, which is commonly used in.
Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry is one of the most popular of recent trending meals in the world. It is easy, it is quick, it tastes delicious. It’s enjoyed by millions every day. Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry is something which I’ve loved my whole life. They’re fine and they look wonderful.
To begin with this recipe, we have to first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook japanese chicken katsu curry using 30 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.
The ingredients needed to make Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry:
- Prepare of Chicken Katsu.
- Make ready of boneless, skinless chicken breast, pounded flat.
- Take of egg, beaten.
- Prepare of flour.
- Take of salt.
- Prepare of pepper.
- Make ready of dried bread crumbs.
- Make ready of peanut oil.
- Make ready of Curry.
- Make ready of vegetable oil.
- Prepare of white onion, chopped.
- Get of large carrot, diced.
- Get of garlic.
- Make ready of Curry Roux.
- Take of flour.
- Make ready of curry powder.
- Prepare of Broth.
- Get of chicken stock (or 2.5cups water, 3tsp bouillon).
- Take of soy sauce.
- Take of honey.
- Get of Seasoning.
- Make ready of MSG (or Old Bay).
- Take of cocoa powder.
- Make ready of salt.
- Take of pepper.
- Make ready of paprika.
- Prepare of garam masala powder.
- Take of allspice.
- Make ready of red pepper.
- Take of star anise.
A hearty, mildly spicy main meal best served with rice. While the curry is infusing, season your chicken breast pieces with salt and pepper before covering with flour first and then raw egg, then panko breadcrumbs. Legend has it that an English sailor shipwrecked and was picked up by a Japanese fishing boat. What makes panko special in this Chicken Katsu Curry recipe?
Steps to make Japanese Chicken Katsu Curry:
- Sautée the onion and garlic in the vegetable oil until it yellows..
- Lower the heat, then add the carrots and let them sweat for 10 minutes..
- Mix in the curry roux and stir for one (1) minute..
- Add the broth mixture and bring to a boil, then simmer uncovered for 20 minutes..
- Stir in the seasoning until thoroughly dissolved..
- Cover the chicken in egg, then a mix of flour, salt and pepper. Finally, roll in bread crumbs until covered. Fry in a pan until golden-brown (3-4 minutes a side)..
- Serve the curry with the chicken katsu over rice!.
When making katsu there are a couple of things at must be observed. I tried Japanese curry for the first time when my mom took me to CoCo Ichibanya in middle school. This popular Japanese chicken katsu curry is easy to make for a low-cost midweek meal. You can prepare the curry sauce in advance, and the strips of chicken are quick to coat and fry up into hot crispy morsels. Chicken Katsu Curry is a thick Japanese-style curry with a breaded chicken cutlet served on top of steamed rice.
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