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Sauced: Tonkatsu Sauce

Sauced Joshua Bousel 1 comment

For what tastes like a complex sauce, the thick, sweet, and salty tonkatsu sauce is incredibly easy to throw together to go along with your fried golden and crispy panko-crusted cutlets. More

Tonkatsu Sauce (Japanese-style Barbecue Sauce)

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 3 comments

For what tastes like a complex sauce, the thick, sweet, and salty tonkatsu sauce is incredibly easy to throw together to go along with your fried golden and crispy panko-crusted cutlets. More

Flushing: Casting a Wider Net at Tong Tong Tonkatsu

New York Chris Hansen 6 comments

Tong Tong Tonkatsu,a Korean ode to the classic Japanese dish, resides in a small one story building on Northern and 147th St. Years ago this space was occupied by a cozy little pojangmacha (Korean drinking hall) that featured ridiculously cheap booze, grubby menus, terrible food and a divey atmosphere suitable for boisterous drinking followed by a nasty hangover. More

Condiments in Japan: So-su (Sauce)

The Culinary Ambassador Corps 15 comments

When you just say "sauce" (pronounced so-su) in Japan, it usually means a thicker version of Worcestershire sauce. We recently discussed it here! It's an essential condiment in Japan. Without it, korokke (pictured) and tonkatsu will suffer. You can't make yakisoba and okonomiyaki. Some people even use it on sunny-side up egg or a bowl of rice. More

So, So Want: Cheese-Stuffed Tonkatsu at Katsu-Hama

New York Adam Kuban 4 comments

Photograph by Robyn Lee ZOMG! Robyn Lee has been holding out on us. This vital bit of porky, cheesy intel has been languishing in her Flickr photo collection for almost a week. The New York Times and Ed Levine... More

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