I thought that today I would talk to you guys about making a great Chicken Katsu Curry which will come in extra handy if you need something different to make at university/for tea time,
What Will You Need To Make A Simple Katsu Curry:
- 1 Large Onion
- 1 tbsp Vegetable Oil
- 800ml Water
- 100g Yutaka Katsu Curry
- Chicken Breast
- Salt and Pepper
- 50g of Plain Flour
- 1 Large Egg
- 100g Yutaka Panko Breadcrumbs
- Oil for deep frying if you're deep frying the chicken
- Chop the onion into small pieces. It's honestly up to you what you hack it into but I prefer a small dice.
- Add some oil to the pan
- Gently fry said onions on a low heat until lightly browned.
- Add cold water to the pan and bring to the boil.
- Turn the heat to medium and simmer for 7 minutes then let it cool for a couple of minutes.
- Add 100g of the Yutaka Curry to the water. Stir until dissolved. Simmer on low until the sauce has thickened
- Season the chicken with salt and pepper, then panne the chicken which means coat in flour, egg and then the Panko. Add oil to the pan and bring the heat to 170 celsius. Deep fry for 6-8 mins and serve with rice and sauce after slicing the chicken into strips.
- If you're cooking it via the oven then cover the seasoned chicken in pan toasted panko, place in the oven at 200 celsius, cook for 20-30 mins and serve.
This recipe serves five so hopefully it shall be a great meal to stock up on or for the family to enjoy. This recipe was via Yutaka's website and I have included their video on how to create the curry via Youtube below.
Have you ever had Chicken Katsu Curry before? Do you get it from anywhere in particular or do you cook it yourself? Let me know down below!
Thanks to Yutaka for sending me the Katsu Curry Sauce, Panko Breadcrumbs and Sushi Rice so I could cook this recipe.
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