A hugely popular Osaka street food, Kushikatsu (Kushiage) are skewered meat and veggies that are breaded with panko and deep fried to golden crisp. Dip in a savory sauce to enjoy!
Breaded in panko breadcrumbs and deep fried to golden color, these Menchi Katsu (Japanese Ground Meat Cutlet) are one of popular yoshoku foods (western style Japanese food) in Japan.
Thin sliced pork loin deep fried to perfection and place on top of steamed rice, this simple crispy tonkatsu donburi is a great one meal dish.
Karashi Renkon is a popular regional dish on the island of Kyushu in Japan. A mixture of miso and Japanese karashi hot mustard is stuffed in lotus root, coated in turmeric flour batter, and deep-fried until a crispy crust forms.
Japanese Fried Oysters or Kaki Fry (Furai) are one of the popular oyster dishes in Japan during fall and winter. To enjoy the tasty briny morsel at home, juicy oysters are panko-coated, deep-fried until golden brown and served with homemade tartar sauce. They are simply heavenly!
Tender sweet kabocha, umami mushrooms, and macaroni in a creamy béchamel sauce baked until crispy golden, Japanese Kabocha Gratin is the ultimate comfort food!
Japanese panko breaded and baked chicken cutlet served with homemade ponzu and grated daikon. This Baked Chicken Katsu recipe is 100% gluten free. A delicious treat for those who love this classic Japanese dish but can’t take gluten.
Japanese pumpkin croquettes or kabocha korokke is our family’s fall favorite. Crispy on the outside and naturally sweet and savory on the inside, it’s like a party in your mouth! These croquettes will disappear in no time.
Crispy panko on the outside and delicious black forest ham on the inside, Ham Katsu is the simplest cutlet you can make with easy-to-get ingredients. Inspired by the Japanese drama – Midnight Diner.
Homemade Japanese hamburger steak recipe that melts in your mouth, served with a red wine reduction sauce.