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In this easy recipe, we will teach you how to prepare Chicken Katsu (fried and breaded cutlet) in two different styles: Curry Chicken Katsu and Chicken. Chicken Katsu Curry is an absolute favourite - traditionally hailing from Japan, this dish compromises of panko breadcrumb coated chicken in a thick curry sauce and rice. Here's how we make our version - done in an hour - simple!
To get started with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few ingredients. You can have chicken katsu with curry sauce using 18 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
The ingredients needed to make Chicken Katsu With Curry Sauce:
- Prepare For The Curry Sauce:
- Make ready 3 tablespoon curry powder
- Get 1 large onions, sliced
- Make ready 1 carrot, cubed
- Prepare 1 large potatoes, cubes
- Take 1 cup bean
- Prepare 4 tablespoons flour
- Make ready 1 tablespoon ketchup
- Get 1-2 tablespoon vegan worcestershire sauce or soy sauce
- Get 4 cups water
- Prepare to taste Salt and papper
- Prepare For the Chicken :
- Make ready 3 serving chicken breasts fillet
- Take 2-3 cups Pablo breadcrumbs
- Take 1 cup flour
- Make ready 3 eggs, slightly beaten
- Make ready to taste Salt and pepper
- Take Oil to fry
A hearty, mildly spicy main meal best served with rice. This recipe combines thick curry sauce with a crisp fried chicken cutlet, perfect for serving on a bed of rice with half a hard boiled egg and a little pickled radish. This truly epic chicken katsu curry recipe from Jamie Oliver's Friday Night Feast is an absolute weekend treat. Served with a gorgeous coconut rice "Katsu curry is super-delicious and is one of Japan's most popular dishes.
Instructions to make Chicken Katsu With Curry Sauce:
- Season your chicken breast fillets with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
- In a plate place your bread crumbs, on a separate plate place the flour and, on another plate, place the beaten eggs. - Dip both sides of the chicken breast fillets on to the flour, then on to the beaten egg then on to the bread crumbs.
- Heat enough oil for shallow frying in a pan, once it reached 180C carefully lower the chicken katsu and cook in medium low heat until golden and crispy. This will take around 6-8 minutes on each side depending on the thickness of the breast fillets. Remove from pan then set it aside to cool and crisp down.
- In a pot heat oil in medium heat then sauté onions until its soft. - Add the carrots and potatoes then continue to sauté for 2 minutes.
- Pour water into the pot, bring it to a boil, Simmer for about 15 minutes or until vegetables are soft. - Add curry powder, flour, and mix well, then turn heat to low, let it simmer for 10 minutes until curry sauce is thick. Turn heat off.
- Cut chicken breast into sections, place in the side of plate and topped with curry sauce. Serve while hot.
Its heart is Indian spices, which were brought through the spice trade to. Strain curry sauce through a sieve, a little bit at a time. Slice the chicken into lengths and plate up next to the rice. Add salad, or wok-fried greens to the plate alongside, then drench in curry sauce. Top tip for making Wagamama chicken katsu curry.
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