5 Reviews

Other than adding some cayenne pepper, onion and garlic powder to the crumbs, I made this and followed the directions. What great coating and flavor. We loved it!

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~*~LindyT53~*~ April 27, 2010

This so good! Of course I am in love with everything that is Japanese cuisine since I lived there for a quite some time. This is also good with a little bonapetite seasoning by McCormick, which is garlic, onion and salt. Thanks for posting.

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Montana Heart Song September 27, 2009

Made this chicken for company tonight , it was a big hit!! loved the crispness of it, I too added a little garlic salt and a pinch of cayenne to the flour. The panko crumbs are wonderful and make it sooo crisp! I will definately be making this again, thanks for posting.

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Derf July 18, 2009

I added a bit of cayenne pepper and garlic powder to the crumbs and the chicken was stupendous! We had these with potato wedge fries and coleslaw for a great meal!

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BettyBoopers March 14, 2009

I used the sauce recipe from Crisp Panko Chicken Cutlets w/Tonkatsu Sauce over Steamed Rice (both great recipes from RecipeZaar!) instead of pounding out chicken breasts, I used turkey burgers. I can not tell you how great this turned out! Quick - Easy - and Awesome! Thanks for posting this keeper!

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lesliecoy August 27, 2008
Chicken Katsu (Fried Chicken Coated in Japanese Breadcrumbs)