Katsudon (Donburi with breaded pork cutlet)






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30 minutes


For 1 bowl

  1. Pork chop (1 pc.)
  2. Pankorasp (for breading)
  3. Wheat flour (for breading)
  4. 1 egg (for breading)
  5. Salt and pepper (for breading)
  6. Flavor-neutral oil (for breading)
  7. Short grain round rice (2 dl)
  8. Onion (1/2)
  9. Mirin (1 tbsp.)
  10. Soy sauce (1 tbsp.)
  11. Sugar (1/2 tbsp.)
  12. Dashi (1 dl)


  1. 1 tablespoon sesame seeds (roasted on a dry pan and ground
  2. Bulldog sauce (Can be replaced by a mixture of 1 dl ketchup, 1/2 tsp. sugar/honey, 1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce)

Course of action

  • Cook the rice according to instructions.
  • Grooms the meat by removing tendons. Season with salt and pepper on both sides.
  • If you have a meat hammer, you can advantageously pound the meat a little thinner (not as thin as a wiener schnitzel).
  • Put the meat in the fridge for 15 minutes while you heat the taste-neutral oil to 180 degrees.
  • Find 3 bowls - one with flour, one with beaten egg and one with panko.
  • Turn the meat in the flour, then the egg mixture and finally in the panko.
  • Put the breaded meat in the hot oil and cook for 2-3 minutes on each side.
  • Set the chop aside and let it rest.
  • Put the sugar, dashi, soy and mirin in a small pan and bring to the boil.
  • Chop the onion into slices and put it in the pan. Fry until the onions are soft and the liquid has evaporated.
  • Slice the cutlet and place it on top of the onions. Pour the beaten egg over it.
  • Cover the pan with a lid and turn off the heat after approx. 30 seconds when the egg is lightly-prepared.
  • Chop the spring onion.
  • Put the rice in the bottom of the bowl and place the caramelized onions and the breaded pork chop on top.
  • Top with sauce and spring onions



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