- Pork600 Gram(s)boneless pork chop
- Flour1 Cup(s)
- Bread crumbs1 Cup(s)
- Eggs2 Piece(s)
- OilAs neededfrying oil
Kushi katsu is a breaded skewers in panko. The ingredients can be varied, meats, seafood, vegetables, you can also find quail eggs, dumplings, cheeses The most popular are still meat and vegetables. In this recipe we will show you the easiest method to cook a crunchy bombo stick.
Preparing the Skewer
Sever the pork chops into cubes about 5 cm. Take the pieces of pork and prick them on bamboo sticks for skewer, about 3 or 4 pieces in a single stick.
Dipping the Skewer
Place 3 different soup plates, put in each plate a glass of flour, a glass of bread crumbs and 3 beaten eggs (if it is missing during the preparation of the skewers must be added).
At this point we dip the skewers, one by one, first in the flour, checking that all the sides are white, then in the egg and finally in the breadcrumbs.
Frying the Skewer and Kushi katsu final steps
Heat the oil in a saucepan or pot until it is hot. Put the skewer in the oil and stir it from time to time. Remove them from the oil when they are golden brown and come back to the surface.
Lay them on paper towels. We can eat them with Yakitori sauce
Kushi katsu is pieces of deep-fried pork, on a skewer. It is a comfort food Japanese people love. There are a lot of Kushikatsu restaurants/bars in Japan, and it is usually a kind of food you eat out of the house, however, it is easy to make at home for dinner or a fun dish to serve for a large crowd.