Tonkatsu, breaded and fried pork, is the last word Japanese consolation meals. Elena Yamamoto, Co-Chef of Karasu in Brooklyn, exhibits us her favourite method to make Tonkatsu: making home made breadcrumbs, brining her pork cutlets, and mixing store-bought Tonkatsu sauce (Elena says to all the time purchase your tonkatsu sauce!) with freshly floor sesame seeds in a suribachi, a Japanese mortar and pestle.
As Elena says, it’s normal to eat Tonkatsu earlier than an enormous occasion, like a take a look at or a sporting occasion, even a birthday, however we expect you must eat it on daily basis.
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