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The coating is very crispy which we loved but it's bland. Even after seasoning liberally with salt and pepper it does not have enough flavor. I'd suggest either marinating the chicken breasts in your favorite marinade or sprinkling with additional seasonings. We will make again but definitely kicked up with more flavor next time! If you want classic fried chicken (like I grew up with in the South) you'll need to search for a different recipe.
This was delicious. I served this with a side of chicken fried rice and a cabbage salad which I made using a bag of cole slaw mix and used the dressing from the Asian Chicken Salad recipe on this site to pour over the cole slaw. I also used another reviewer's tonkatsu sauce recipe to dip the chicken. This meal will become a part of my dinner rotation for sure.
This is one of those dishes that everyone in my family will eat. Even though it is fried the chicken and coating were rather delicate. I served it with steamed rice and shredded cabbage tossed with rice vinegar soy sauce and sesame oil. I also made a tonkatsu sauce by simmering 1/2 C Ketchup 1/4 C Worcestershire sauce 1/4 C. dry white wine 1 T minced Ginger 2 cloves minced garlic 1 T sugar 1 T soy sauce 2 T mirin and a splash of water (it cooked for about 30 minutes). I fried the chicken in batches and held them in a 350 degree F oven until everything was ready to serve. Thanks for the recipe!
This a hawaiian favorite. When i crave a local favorite i'll make this. I've never maade it with chicken breast I normally use boneless skinless chicken thighs. Another thing I do is soak the chicken in egg and shoyu(soy sauce). As for a dipping sauce i normally use ketchup but there's this other sauce. It's filipino style ketchup is called bannana sauce it's actually pretty good if you like something savory and sweet. If you think it lacks taste soak it for a little while in shoyu.
I used pork cutlet to make Tonkatsu and it turned out perfect! Crispy outside and moist and tender inside. I used olive oil for frying. Served with white rice tonkatsu sauce and cabbage salad. Perfect combination. Thanks for a great recipe.
WOW! 5 for this one! Even my Husband loved it my kids even cleaned off their plates. I made the sauce like tizzylizz suggested and boy is this a keeper. For the Katsu I used chicken tenderloins cut lengthwise in half and added in water chestnuts bamboo shoots bell peppers and onions to the sauce. " Sweet & Sour sauce: 3/4 c. white sugar 2T. brown sugar 1/3 c. white vinager 2/3 c. unsweetened pineapple juice (save chunks) 1/4 c. soy sauce 1T. Ketchup 2T. cornstarch. Boil until thickened"
my favorite way to prepare chicken breast! i used homemade panko bread crumbs and homemade sweet and sour sauce (mentioned in one of the most helpful comments) panko bread crumbs 3 c ground saltine or oyster crackers 2 tbs dried thyme 2 tbs dried basil 1 tbs chili powder 2 tsp freshly ground pepper grind crackers in a food chopper until they resemble coarse crumbs. when theres 3 cups add to a resealable bag along with the other ingredients. shake 'til ingredients are evenly distributed. spread on baking sheet and bake at 325 degrees F for 6-8 minutes until dry (not brown or toasted). shake pan twice during baking and check often. can be stored in a resealable bag a container or even in the freezer in a tightly sealed container. use for your chicken katsu fish soup topping casseroles...:)
I made this last night for dinner and my family and I LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT! Made it exactly as written (fried in peanut oil) and served it with rice pilaf corn and barbecue sauce on the side for dipping. Will definitely be making this again and will be sure to make the tonkatsu sauce to go along with it. Thanks for a real winner.
Rating: 1 stars
This is so good and so easy. I added cajun seasoning to one batch of crumbs. Yummy! My family loved it. Nice for slicing leftovers for salads or buns. Thanks for the great recipe!!