Tasty Tuseday (Chicken Katsu)

Do you feel like you cook the same things over and over, well I do. Sometimes I just get online or look through a cookbook and find recipes to try, or just make up things. Believe me not all are winners in my home because everyone here has such different tastes. Well one day I found this easy chicken recipe and YIPPIE everyone liked it. My son's of course had to have it served on a bed of steamed rice instead of the cabbage.


Chicken Katsu
4-5 lbs of Chicken Thighs (boneless)
Salt
Pepper
Garlic Powder
Flour
2-Eggs (beaten)
Corn Flake Crumbs
Oil (to fry chicken in)


Katsu Sauce
1/3 Cup of Ketchup
1/4 Cup Soy Sauce
1/4 Cup Sugar
2 Teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 Teaspoon of ground Red Pepper
1/4 Teaspoon of Pepper


Directions:
  1. Lightly pound each side of chicken, get a Ziploc bag, place garlic salt, flour, pepper and salt in it. Coat each side of chicken pieces in the dry mixture.
  2. Beat eggs and dip the chicken into the eggs, then lay chicken in the corn flake crumbs and completely coat them.
  3. When the oil in your skillet is heated, slowly lay the chicken pieces in it, remove chicken once they are a golden brown color on both sides (check by piercing or small slit in chicken to make sure it is properly cooked)
  4. You can start your sauce while chicken is cooking, simply pour all the sauce ingredients into a separate pan, let everything mix together and bring to a boil.
  5. Cut into slices and serve on bed of cabbage. You can use sauce on the side to dip chicken or you can pour over chicken and cabbage. YUMMY!

I hope you enjoy this recipe and have a very Frugalicious day........

2 comments:

Jennifer said...

Three words:
1. Mmm
2. Mmm
3. Mmm

Juanita said...

Jennifer,
Thanks for dropping by, I agree it is YUMMY.........

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