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A popular dish in Japan, tonkatsu, or pork cutlets, are typically sliced into bite-size pieces and served with a side of shredded cabbage.

Source: Mad Hungry, Episode 1101



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  • MS10401152
    19 SEP, 2012
    Really enjoyed making this and followed the recipe except I didn't make the sauce. It did take a lot of oil but the result was delicious. You can make a simple tonkatsu sauce using soy sauce and ketchup to taste. The Japanese cabbage salad with this was fabulous. Looking forward to making this again.
  • NancyN
    2 JUL, 2012
    This was excellent but you really need to make the sauce. It takes it over the top. I didn't deep fry it - fried it on one side at a time and it was delicious (and didn't waste so much oil). Finally found an instant dashi powder at the local Asian market and added boiling water to reconstitute iti. The sauce was excellent!

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