Tonkatsu With Sesame Miso Sauce. Free UK Delivery on Eligible Orders Tonkatsu With Sesame Miso Sauce Cindy C. Thoroughly coat the meat with flour, eggs, and panko in that order. Make sure to coat the edges as well.
The miso sauce combines nutty sesame seeds, salty soy and miso, plus a dash of mirin for a touch of acidity. Use the Middle Eastern sesame paste, tahini, if you can't get hold of the Japanese version, neri goma. Make miso sauce by mixing up all of ● seasonings, and heat them up. You can cook Tonkatsu With Sesame Miso Sauce using 16 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Tonkatsu With Sesame Miso Sauce
- It’s of Miso sauce.
- You need 2 tsp of miso paste.
- It’s 2 tbsp of roasted sesame (grind).
- You need 2 tbsp of olive oil.
- It’s of Soy sauce.
- It’s 1 tbsp of soy sauce.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of mirin.
- It’s of Sugar.
- Prepare of Ingredients.
- You need 1 of pork cutlet.
- Prepare 1 of egg (beat).
- You need of All purpose flour.
- Prepare of Panko bread crumb.
- It’s of Salt & pepper.
- Prepare of Cooking oil.
- Prepare of Cabbage (shred).
Use a balloon whisk to mix together the dressing of white miso, soy sauce, vegetable oil, rice vinegar and sesame oil. Toss the shredded cabbage in the dressing and set aside. Place the pork chops on a board and gently pound them with a meat tenderizer or a rolling pin. As the feature of local cuisine in the central regions – Aichi, Gifu, and Mie prefectures often use "red miso", "Miso Nikomi Udon" and "Miso Katsu" are already popular in Japan.
Tonkatsu With Sesame Miso Sauce instructions
- Sprinkle salt and pepper to the pork cutlet, leave it for 10 minutes.
- Mix miso paste, roasted ground sesame seeds, and olive oil..
- Heat some soy sauce, add mirin and sugar..
- After 10 minutes, cover pork cutlet with flour, then egg, then panko bread crumbs..
- Then deep fry until it's cooked and crisp..
Speaking of "Miso Katsu"(味噌カツ), the pork culet with Miso sauce is one of the popular "Nagoya Meshi" (名古屋めし) , mostly you can find it only in the central region. Shio broth has salt, shoyu broth has soy sauce and miso paste is added to make miso broth. Tonkotsu (not tonkatsu) is made with pork hock and trotters. But did you also know that, except for tonkotsu, the base of the broth can be meat, poultry or seafood? The restaurant in Dotonbori where Osaka tonkatsu ramen is claimed to have originated.