Shall be a short post cause my back's breaking from cleaning the house yesterday! The pictures will sum up what we had for dinner last night, including my Baby Kwok! We have been very adventurous to explore him to our food recently. I wonder if that's a good thing. Hmmmm.....
Yup! We had Tonkatsu for dinnner :) I played a litle trick on this - No, not about using frozen pork chop but instead of using my Don-pan (which I usually do for donburi), I merely fried the pork chop, cut and shove it on to the rice then pour the pre-prepared sauce over.
Alright, need to rest my aching back! Age's catching up I suppose!
To make this, you'll need:
- Pork Loin, 180g - Pounded flat with a meat hammer (is that how you call that tool?)
- 1 big Onion, sliced
- Panko, 1 packet (Japanese Bread crumbs)
- Plain flour
- 3 tbsp of Soy sauce
- 50ml of water
- 2 tbsp of sugar
- Spring onions, sliced (for garnishing)
- 1 beaten egg (for coating)
- 1 lightly beaten egg (for the sauce)
- 1 bowl of cooked Japanese rice
- Dust the Pork Loin with plain flour, followed by a layer of egg mixture and then covered well with panko. Set aside.
- Heat up a frying pot filled with oil (enough to cover the surface of the pork loin), once temp is ready, fry the prepared pork loin till golden brown.
- Fill a bowl with rice. In a saucepan, pour soy sauce, sugar and water and bring it to boil. Add in the sliced onions and cooked till soft
- Stir in the lightly beaten egg and shut off the heat. Cut up the deep-fried pork loin and place it on top of the rice.
- Pour the sauce over and garnish with spring onions.