Sunday, 11 November 2012

Japanese Curry with Fried Pork Cutlet

So while waiting for my pie crust to settle in the fridge i decided to cook dinner! For today's dinner i'm making a very easy Japanese Curry with Fried Pork Cutlet.

Ingredients for Japanese Curry :
  • 4 potatoes
  • 3 onions 
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 small box of Japanese Curry (in every box theres two small boxes which each consists 6 cubes)

A small box is like in the picture below.

There's always a simple instruction behind the box follow it and you can make it , im just putting pictures to every step there is. So firstly cut the onions, carrots & potatoes into cubes and put it into 700ml of water and bring them to boil.

Once the potatoes are soft enough for a forks to pass through lower the heat and add in the curry cubes.

Stir the curry until it starts to thickens. Off the stove and the curry is done.

For the Fried Pork Cutlet im doing it my style since i dont have any Panko Breadcrumbs used for making Pork Katsu. My Pork Cutlet is really easy to make.

Ingredients for Pork Cutlet (the amount may vary, you can put any amount you like.):
  • Flour
  • Salt
  • Black Pepper
  • Italian Herbs 
  • Egg

 First cut the pork into thin pieces, sprinkle some salt & pepper on both sides of the meat.

 Next dip the meat into the egg.

 Next prepare a bowl, pour some flour and itallian herbs in it. Mix them well and take the meat covered with egg and dip it into the flour mixture . Make sure to cover every part of the meat nicely.

Next pour some oil into the pan and then fry the meat until it becomes golden-brown.

Finally cut the pork cutlet into strips. Take a bowl filled with rice put the pork strips on top of it and then cover it with curry and you'll have something simillar to what you usually have in Japanese Restaurant a Pork Katsu Curry Don.

PS: Dont worry about the ingredients, nowadays it's very easy to find Japanese curry , you can find them at most big groceries store.

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