Japanese curry rice ~ my favorite ~ Japanese curry is a softer kind of food in the taste of food ~ no heavy burden after eating ~ with crispy pork cutlet with food ~ delicious + meet the following is to tell you how to make at home A bowl of delicious Japanese curry rice~
Prepare all ingredients
Cabbage shredded, potato carrot onion diced 1cm, green onion chopped green onion ~
Add a little salt to the cabbage and squeeze out the excess water.
Add salad dressing into a cabbage salad ~ add a little lemon juice better
There are two types of curry, Indian curry powder and Japanese curry. The curry of Japanese curry is not enough. It needs Indian curry powder to enhance the curry taste.
Pan fried and sauteed onion~
Add a little spice to the Indian curry powder
Add potato carrots to boil
Add about 10g of butter
Cook for about 10 minutes, when the potato carrots are already very soft, add a Japanese curry block~ cook the meeting and the soup is very thick~
Try the taste, if it is not salty, add some salt to taste it~ the curry sauce is finished
The pork loin is cut into thick slices of about 60-80g~
Cut the fascia to avoid curling and unevenness when fried
Put it into a food bag, slap it with a rolling pin, break the pork fiber, and taste it delicious.
Take a good shot
Poke a few times with the tip of the knife, cut off the fascia~
Add a little salt and black pepper
Use your fingers to put the seasoning into the meat, finish the pickling, and marinate one side~
Prepare flour + baking powder + starch and tune into a paste. It’s just a little bit of baking powder, so it’s crispy when it’s fried~
Prepare bread flour ~ available in the market
Sprinkle a little starch on the surface of the pork chop and put it in the batter (brittle)
Put it evenly in the bread flour
The pork chops wrapped in bread flour~ Finish~ At this time, let's put it for a while, five minutes, give it a resurgence, so that it will not stratify.
The oil temperature is 160-180 degrees and it is cooked for 2 minutes.
Cut into pieces~
Bowl, rice + pork chop + curry sauce + cabbage salad + chopped green onion ~
Is this the longest recipe I have ever had, like watching a comic book? I hope you understand it~