Cheesecake Factory Chicken Katsu Recipe
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Chicken Katsu is made of thinly sliced chicken breasts. Tonkatsu is the same dish but made with pork. So if you want to make this recipe with pork, I recommend using thin slices of pork loin. Simply follow the same directions as listed below.
This Japanese dish is the perfect comfort food. The meat is breaded with flour, eggs, and Panko bread crumbs, then deep-fried. Also, it is a great alternative to any chicken recipe and is quite a delicious and satisfying dinner meal.
The Japanese flavors come from the marinade and the special thick brown sauce called tonkatsu sauce. In this post, we will also teach you how to make your own tonkatsu sauce. By the way, tonkatsu is the pork version of chicken katsu.
To make this recipe, prepare the chicken breast first. Since this dish is deep-fried, it is best to keep the meat thin for it to be cooked thoroughly in a short period of time. Cut the chicken strips diagonally into smaller, flat portions.
The Hawaiian chicken katsu sauce gives a twist to the traditional version. To prepare it, just mix ketchup, brown sugar, paprika, salt, garlic powder, water, pineapple juice, and some Tabasco sauce. Simmer until your desired consistency.
You may not know this, but chicken katsu is perfect for making ahead and freezing if you like to meal prep. You can enjoy the cutlet as it is, but it is also a versatile dish that you can transfer into:
Chicken katsu will keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 2-3 days. The only way to make the breaded chicken crispy again is to put it in the oven or toaster oven to reheat. Do not use the microwave to reheat.
My method for Baked Chicken Katsu is to pre-toast the panko ahead of time. This way, the panko is nicely brown and crispy to start. Your baked chicken katsu will look like a deep-fried version, and the outer layer is light and crispy.
My boyfriend is such a big fan of this dish. He ordered the chicken costoletta his first time at the CheeseCake Factory and has never ordered anything new since. I hope he enjoys the homemade one as much as the cheesecake factory dish. Lol!
What a wonderful recipe! I loved this at the restaurant, but I loved this more with your recipe. Next time, I will add lemon zest on top of the lemony sauce over chicken for garnishment. It would be so pretty and fancy. Thank you Carrie! This would be a great dinner to serve our guests.
Texture and flavour - Spicy umami broth, slightly creamy with a touch of sweetness, with chewy noodles, crispy breaded chicken (katsu), topped with fresh spring onion, creamy egg, shiitake and nori. Perfect balance of savoury, spicy and sweet to quench your ramen thirst!
Chicken thigh - I'm cooking my chicken katsu in an air fryer. I'd recommend using chicken thigh for this recipe, especially if you're going to use an air fryer also. You won't get "dry" chicken katsu, and the breading colour will be beautifully golden.
My kids love ramen but they cannot eat too spicy so I just put half of the chilie paste.The whole family loved it. The kids ate the chicken more than the noodles. LOL!!Thanks for sharing your recipe with us.
For a simple weekday meal, Chicken katsu is a filling entree featuring seasoned, breaded chicken breasts. They are nice and juicy on the inside, and crisp on the outside because of the panko crumbs coating.
Chicken katsu elevates the regular breaded chicken breasts by the use of the panko crumbs coating. A Japanese style bread crumbs, panko is light, airy and coarse, giving the fried chicken a deep and intense crunch.
5. Heat up 1/4 inch of neutral oil in the bottom of a large skillet over medium-high heat. You can test the oil temperature by throwing in a few breadcrumbs. If the breadcrumbs float and bubble fast, the oil is hot enough to begin frying. When oil is hot, reduce heat to medium and fry the chicken katsu, 2-3 minutes per side or until golden.
For this recipe, you can use chicken thighs or wings. I prefer skin-on thighs so that I still get the fattiness of the skin. Prep your chicken by deboning the chicken thighs and/or cutting the wings into separate pieces so that the wing and the drumstick are separated (this helps with frying evenly and eating).
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Rather than the tempura-style batter of original Chicken McNuggets, new Katsu Curry Chicken McNuggets feature a panko breading that has a more flaky texture and also incorporates puffed brown rice. For dipping, the new Chicken McNuggets come with Sweet Curry sauce. The new menu item seems to be inspired by the Japanese dish chicken katsu curry.
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