Friday, 9 May 2014

Pork Cutlet with Japanese Curry

Believe me anot? This is the first time I made this pan fried pork chop for my family. Pork chop always give me an impression that once cooked, it is hard to eat and swallow. That why I always give in to CHICKEN chop instead. My hubby & kids enjoyed their dinner last night. I am sure I will  prepare this simple pork chop for them more often in future. Do give it a try too, this recipe will not disappoint u. 

Pork Cutlet with Japanese Curry
(For 3 adult serving)

Things needed for preparing pork chop:
  • 6 slices of pork Loin (1/2 cm Thick)

  • 2 tablespoon of water
  • 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of salt
  • 1 egg
  • Some pepper

For pan fried:
  • Bread crumbs ( I got mine from four leaves)
  • 1 extra egg (beaten)
  • Oil

  1. Break down the fibrous tissue of meat slices by pounding it with a meat mallet and marinate the meat 2 hrs before cook.
  2. Take one 1 slice of pork loin and  coat it with bread crumbs for both sides generously.
  3. Let the same pcs of pork loin back to the egg mixture for 2nd coating of eggs then 2nd bread crumb coating generously. Repeat the same for the rest.
  4. Heat up the Pan with oil.
  5. Place the well coated pork meat to the pan and pan fried it till it turned golden brown. (I used Happycall Pan, I just close the lid without locking it and pan fried it for 6mins each side till it turn golden brown)
  6. Once done, placed the cooked pork chop on kitchen towel to absorb the oil. Set aside and prepare the Japanese curry.

Things needed for preparing Veggies Japanese Curry:
  • 2 small pcs of Japanese curry Roux
  • 1 russet potatoe
  • 1 medium size yellow onions
  • 1 carrots
  • 1 broccoli
  • 2 cups of water 
  • Some oil

  1. Sauté the yellow onions with some oil in a pan till it soften
  2. Add in potatoes & carrots & give a good stir fry. Cover it with a lid let it simmer for 2 mins.
  3. Add in broccoli  & give a good stir fry. Cover it with a lid let it simmer for 2 mins.
  4. Add in 2 cups of water and the curry roux and give a good stir till the curry roux is well combined with the water.
  5. Cover the pan with lid again and let it cooks for 10mins/ till potatoes & carrot is soft.

Ready to slice the pork chop and place it on a bowl of rice and top  with Japanese curry to serve your loved one.

TAGlicious note:
** Do not cut your pork loin too thick, it will not taste good.
** To shorten the cooking time for potatoes & Carrots, try to cut it into smaller cubes
** If you find the curry sauce is salty, can add more water to fit ur taste.

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