Recipe: Curry Katsu Don
If you only have 30 minutes to prepare your dinner, what would you do?
For me, I made a Curry Katsu Don. It is a great choice for busy weekday nights, when I am craving for some home cooked food but is too hungry to prepare something big. I bought a pack of Japanese Curry Cubes from the supermarket (I used Java brand) so that I can save the hassle of cooking curry from scratch. It comes in different level of spiciness, good for people who can’t hold chilli well.
I fried Freezepak Chicken Katsu (see Facebook) before pouring in some curry. Freezepak has different chicken packets such as nuggets, katsu, hamburger steak and popcorn chicken. The katsu and hamburger steak is my favourite. When perfectly fried, the katsu is juicy and tender. For hamburger steak, I had used it to make Ramly Burger (Click here to read it).
I actually bought some carrots and onion to add into my Japanese Curry. But I left it in the fridge and forgotten all about it. Anyway, this is my easy recipe. Enjoy!
Ingredients (Serves 4)
– 4 pcs of Freezepak Chicken Katsu
– 4 cubes of Japanese curry cubes
– 2 carrots, peeled and cut to small chunks
– 1 large onion, roughly chopped
– 800ml of chicken stock
1. Deep fry the chicken Katsu till golden brown. Set aside.
2. Heat pan with oil. Add onions and cook till they are soft. Add carrot chunks and mix everything evenly. Set aside.
3. Add chicken stock and Japanese curry cubes. Stir it well and bring to a boil. Simmer for about 15 minutes. Serve.
Comforting and easy meal for me.
*Thank you Seo Eng Joo Frozen Food Pte Ltd for the FreezePak products*