Recipe • Katsu Don (Japanese style pork cutlet rice bowl)
A slice of thick pork cutlet, sweet onion slices and flavorful runny egg topped on a big bowl of rice… Comfort food for Lil K! This is his standard order at Japanese eateries and even at food courts!
Today’s recipe is tried and tested. Lil K liked it so much, he asked for this rice dish 2 days in a row!
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1 slice of Pork Katsu
1/4 Yellow Onion, sliced
1 egg, beaten
1 big bowl of cooked rice
Chopped spring onion/coriander (Optional)
60ml Dashi stock (Note 1)
1 TBS Light Soya sauce
1 TBS Mirin
1/2 tsp Sugar
•Combine the seasonings in a bowl.
•Reheat pork katsu in the oven, if necessary.
•Heat a pan, add some cooking oil and briefly fry onion slices.
•Pour the seasoning into the pan, let it boil a few minutes until onion slices are soften.
•Slice pork katsu and place into the pan, simmer for about a minute.
•Pour beaten egg into pan, around the pork katsu, switch to medium heat. Cook the egg to preference, about 2 minutes.
•Carefully pour egg mixture, together with pork katsu, over a bowl of rice.
Garnish with spring onions/coriander.
(1) This is the dashi stock I use,
please adjust the light soya sauce amount according to the saltiness of your preferred dashi.