November 28, 2021 11:30 AM
$ 30.00 CAD
Join Mai Nguyen for this new virtual cooking class on how to make your own Katsu Sandos. Together with Mai you’ll learn how to bread and fry pork cutlets to serve sandwiched in white bread with shredded cabbage and your own homemade Katsu Sauce.
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835 8947 5984
Ingredients, Katsu Sandwich: tonkatsu (recipe included), shokupan or white bread, tonkatsu sauce (recipe included), green cabbage, lemon, Dijon mustard, kewpie mayo
Ingredients, Tonkatsu: panko breadcrumbs, all purpose flour, 4 x '2 inch' pork boneless pork loin chops or 4 chicken thighs, eggs, vegetable oil (canola, grape seed, corn, etc.),
Ingredients, Ginger Sesame Salad: yellow onion, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, neutral oil (avocado, canola, grapeseed, etc.), rice vinegar, sesame oil, iceberg lettuce, carrot, tomatoes, cucumbers, green onions, toasted sesame seeds
Special Equipment: meat pounder, blender/food processor
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