Katsudon

Katsudon is a traditional Japanese dish made from a fried pork cutlet, scrambled egg, onions, sauce and served over rice. If you prep the rice and fried pork ahead of times this dish can be prepped in minutes.

PER SERVING – MAKES 2

482 CALS

PREP TIME

10 MINUTES

COOK TIME

30 MINUTES

CARBS PROTEIN FAT
66.2g 28.4g 11.6g

NUTRITION INFO

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Corn Holio

    4 stars
    Pretty good and easy to make. I don’t have an air fryer, so I just put the pork on a wire rack at 425 and put it in for 10 minutes for each side. You might have to adjust the temp and cooking time as I overcooked the pork some, but it worked and the sauce gives some of the juice back. Also, I used panko instead of corn flakes and would recommend blending them a little if you want it to cover the entire pork chop and spraying it with some nonstick spray so you get that brown fried look. If not, it will come out pale, but still crunchy.

  2. Taylor Lee

    5 stars
    Loved this one! It was so good! My husband, who doesn’t like onions was even impressed. Can’t wait to make more!

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