Chicken katsu

Chicken katsu

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(59 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins Cook: 30 mins

Easy

Serves 4
Katsu is a Japanese method of breadcrumbing chicken- this version is served with a rich curry sauce

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal319
  • fat5g
  • saturates1g
  • carbs36g
  • sugars13g
  • fibre0g
  • protein34g
  • salt2g
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Ingredients

  • 4 skinless chicken breast
  • 1 large egg, beaten
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  • 8 tbsp finely crushed cornflakes or panko crumbs
  • 2 garlic clove, crushed
  • 1-2 tbsp Korma paste
  • 1 tbsp soy sauce
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  • 4 tbsp ketchup
  • 2 tbsp honey
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  • 2 tbsp cornflour

Method

  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Dip the chicken in the egg, then coat in the cornflakes or crumbs. Space the chicken out on a non-stick baking tray and cook for 15-20 mins or until cooked through.

  2. Put the remaining ingredients in a pan. Pour in 500ml water and heat, stirring, until boiling and thickened. Cover and leave to simmer for 5 mins.

  3. Spoon some sauce onto 4 plates, slice the chicken breasts and place on top. Great served with some rice and soya beans with finely sliced red chilli.

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g4shallow
14th Apr, 2016
3.8
Made this for the family last night, went down great with the kids and myself but my wife said it was too sweet for her so she wouldn't want it again. If I make it again I think I will do what hohare did.
hohare
1st Apr, 2016
3.8
Easy peasy. Used crushed rice crispies for this which worked brilliantly. Didn't have Korma paste so I made my own with curry powder, garam Masala and oil - also used some onion, chilli, Worcester sauce and lime juice to give a bit more depth and tanginess to the sauce as I found it to be a bit sweet. Went down a treat!!
happytrudes
30th Aug, 2015
Great store cupboard dish, very tasty and easy. I didnt have any korma paste so used tandoori paste which was perhaps a bit too sour and hot so i tempered it with a couple of tablespoons of coconut milk which really improved it, A winning go to recipe.
Eslbrown2
15th Apr, 2015
5.05
Made this last night and was a great success! Although having read previous comments I used some of the ingredients from the 'lighter chicken katsu' recipe for the sauce. I fried off onions and garlic, added garam masala, garlic, turmeric and chili powder. Then a couple of tsp of korma paste, tom purée, chicken stock, soy sauce and honey. Boiled for ten mins and then added cornflower mixed with some cold water to thicken and was the perfect consistency!
sproom
5th Feb, 2015
5.05
Made this tonight and really loved it, my youngest son said it was the 'best meal he had eaten in ages'. I am not the best cook, but found this easy. Used good quality chicken breasts, cornflakes, used a jar of decent Korma sauce and added soy sauce and a bit of hot chilli sauce, and it worked out really well. I am pleased with myself, often my cooking seems to be better in my imagination than on the plate but for once, they were the same ! I would recommend good quality chicken, I think it made a lot of difference.
MandTW
15th Dec, 2014
5.05
Really enjoyed this. When I make it again I'll make the sauce more spicy and I'll add more stuff to the rice to make it a bit more interesting.
james_wilko1990
14th Aug, 2014
2.55
First of all, this is quite nice. It's not a katsu curry and I've no idea what it actually is, but it tastes good. Secondly a few issues with the instructions - 1) Should flour the chicken before the egg, makes it easier for the crumbs to stick. 2) It takes more than 20 minutes to cook the chicken pieces. 3) The cornflour should be watered before pouring into the curry mixture or it just clumps together.
Cooking Freak
26th Feb, 2014
5.05
Brilliant recipe, all the family enjoyed this. I used tikka paste instead of korma only because that's all I had in the fridge and it worked very well. My husband has travelled to Japan a couple of times with work and he says it's very close to the sauce he's had there! Top marks for this recipe
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jkpaul
26th Jan, 2014
I cooked this recently and it went down very well with the whole family - not too hot, very tasty, nice texture & quite filling. Best of all it was quite simple!
saiz
30th Dec, 2013
4.05
Enjoyed by all the family. Used Madras paste instead. Added a little cream to cool the spice for my younger ones. Will differently be making this again this yr. :)

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jmordal1
24th Nov, 2014
0.05
I'm sorry, but I tried this recipe because it sounded easy and promising, but it turned out pretty awful and tasteless. The sauce was ok, but the chicken tasted of... well, plain chicken in breadcrumbs. I then cooked it again, but instead I first tenderised the chicken a bit, marinated in salt, pepper and garlic, then dipped first in plain flour, then beaten egg, and then the panko crumbs, and finally fried it in a pan - a method that most other recipes recommend. It was a million times better.