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- Tonkatsu (豚カツ, とんかつ or トンカツ, pronounced [toŋꜜkatsɯ]; "pork cutlet") is a ****anese dish that consists of a breaded, deep-fried/tempura pork cutlet. It involves...
- Tonkatsu sauce is a thick sauce served with tonkatsu, the ****anese pork cutlet. It is a thick (viscosity over 2.0 pascal-second, per JAS standard) ****anese...
- Aylesford and other areas of the world. Chicken katsu is generally served with tonkatsu sauce (とんかつソース), a thick ****anese vegetarian pureed fruit-based brown sauce...
- beef, turkey, or pork. It is very similar to the dish escalope in France, tonkatsu in ****an, and the milanesa of Italy, Mexico, Uruguay, Argentina, and Brazil...
- Tonkatsu DJ Agetarō (とんかつDJアゲ太郎) is a ****anese manga series written by Iipyao and illustrated by Yūjirō Koyama. It has been serialized online via Shueisha's...
- various other herbs. Tonkatsu is po****r in ****an, where either chicken or pork is used for meat and panko breadcrumbs are used (see Tonkatsu). In Hawaii, "chicken...
- bear who dislikes the cold, Penguin? who is unsure of being a penguin, Tonkatsu, a piece of leftover pork cutlet, Neko, a timid and anxious cat, and Tokage...
- type of Worcestershire sauce. Tonkatsu sauce is a variation of Worcestershire sauce ****ociated with the dish tonkatsu. It is a vegetarian sauce made...
- vegetables, and condiments. The dish takes its name from the ****anese words tonkatsu (for pork cutlet) and donburi (for rice bowl dish). It has become a modern...
- crumbs. Katsu are usually served with ****anese Worcestershire sauce or tonkatsu sauce (a variant of Worcestershire thickened with fruit and vegetable purees)...
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