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  1. Faemi Permalink
    Jul 12,  · For those of you who are new to this dish, Tonkatsu is a Japanese food that consists of a breaded, deep-fried pork cutlet. Pork loin (ロース rōsu) or fillet (ヒレ hire) are typically used for this dish/5.
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  2. Arajinn Permalink
    Jul 06,  · Tonkatsu sauce – とんかつソース – (sometimes also referred to as katsu sauce) is a sweet and tangy Japanese condiment used for dipping or as a sauce for sandwiches.5/5.
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  3. Zulkikree Permalink
    Tonkatsu is a Japanese crumbed pork cutlet. A little like a German or Australian schnitzel, tonkatsu is one of the most popular forms of yōshoku (Western foo.
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  4. Gakazahn Permalink
    Tonkatsu (とんかつ, "pork cutlet") are thick slices of pork that are breaded and deep fried in a manner similar to German schnitzel. They are typically made from two cuts of pork: the lean and tender hire (ヒレ, tenderloin or filet) and the fattier rosu (ロース, loin).
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  5. Vum Permalink
    Tonkatsu, breaded and fried pork, is the ultimate Japanese comfort food. Elena Yamamoto, Co-Chef of Karasu in Brooklyn, shows us her favorite way to make Ton.
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  6. Dulmaran Permalink
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  7. Shaktik Permalink
    Mar 30,  · Put the flour, eggs and panko in 3 separate shallow bowls. Season the flour with 1 teaspoon each of salt and pepper. Season the pork cutlets 4/5(1).
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  8. Tojazahn Permalink
    Tonkatsu Matsunoya is a Japanese restaurant specializing in delicious fried foods, particularly pork and chicken, with tons of other options to meet just about anyone's preferences. It's a wonderful place to hold a business lunch, reconnect with old friends, or take a romantic interest on a second or third date.4/5().
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  9. Shakashura Permalink
    Serving real ramen in London and Birmingham. 'If you don't make your own noodles, you're just a soup shop.'.
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