Easy Restaurant Tonkatsu Sauce とんかつソース

This sauce is built for restaurant speed and cost efficiency while capturing the East Asia Pacific Island culinary taste of Japan. Designed specifically for Ton Katsu とんかつ, a fried pork cutlet. Easy to make in minutes, but only a little sauce adds a wonderful flavor to the Japanese Tonkatsu dish. I used this sauce inContinue reading “Easy Restaurant Tonkatsu Sauce とんかつソース”

Japanese Tonkatsu とんかつ

Ton Katsu (とんかつ, トンカツ, and 豚カツ in Japanese) not to be confused with Tonkotsu, means “pork cutlet.” This is a very tasty, Japanese adaptation of the Austrian Wiener Schnitzel. Almost every part of the world has some form of fried cutlet popularized by restaurants and family recipes passed down. In Germany it’s the Jägerschitzel, venisonContinue reading “Japanese Tonkatsu とんかつ”

Spicy Fried Rice 辣炒饭

Ever had a cold and you started thinking about foods that will help clear your sinuses up? I feel like I do that a lot, especially heading into colder months of the year. Well here’s one recipe I like to make that does the trick, and it’s delicious! To keep this simple, I used cannedContinue reading “Spicy Fried Rice 辣炒饭”

Easy Yakisoba Sauce 焼きそばソース

Yakisoba Sauce is a sauce used to coat fried noodles. Yaki 焼き meaning grilled, and Soba そば being a thin Japanese buckwheat noodle. Together Yakisoba 焼きそば means fried noodles. What I’m making here is an easy, five ingredient version of the sauce that would typically be used in Americanized restaurants. It will simulate the flavorContinue reading “Easy Yakisoba Sauce 焼きそばソース”