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This was just ok. Really oily and the sauce was not something that my husband liked.

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Captain's Lady March 20, 2009

This was great! The chicken stayed moist and tender... it was delicious! We'll be making this again very soon, Thank you!

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Allison F March 19, 2009

Great! I added some hot sauce, sesame oil and peanut butter to the sauce and substituted brown sugar for granulated sugar. It made it a little creamier and tangier. Thanks for sharing!

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Meghan O March 13, 2009

This is an excellent dish! My husband and I enjoyed it very much. The chicken was crispy and very moist, and the sauce is superb. Thanks so much!

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adelaney22 February 24, 2009

I made this today for lunch and it was so good. My husband and I enjoyed it very much. Thank you so much for sharing.

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BHENG D. February 22, 2009

We've made these twice now, and it remains a favorite taste treat. Although these are labor intensive and messy, they come out crunchy and juicy. I slice mine into little strips and nuggets. The tonkatsu sauce is a good combination of tart and sweet and smells nice too. We microwaved it the second time, and that works well too. The second time, we served this with cabbage, which was a bit of a nuisance. Maybe with cabbage leaves instead of shreds, this would be fun to eat. I had trouble getting the raw cabbage on my fork and into my mouth. I think I'd go with cabbage leaves next time. Or cabbage leaf squares. I was out of vegetable oil so I used olive oil, and I didn't notice any real difference. We'll probably make this again next time I want something crunchy with a dipping sauce. It might make a good appetizer too.

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Burned Toast February 21, 2009

Great flavors, great texture, I loved it (My husband does too)! I've made the panko chicken in both the oven and on the stove top...stove top is a shade tastier.

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Chef Turtle January 17, 2009

I made this tonight for dinner, and was a little disapponinted. The Chicken was WONDERFUL moist and love the crunchy panko. However the sauce was too salty and strong for my taste. To be fair, I was out of ketchup so used a little BBQ sauce, but it was overpowered by the Worcestershire. If I make it again, will cut the Worcestershire in half and use just 1 egg.

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Lauren4372 December 21, 2008

This was truly a delicious dish, can't say enough about it. Very easy to prepare with short cooking time.

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scornish74 November 19, 2008

This was awesome. Didn't expect it to be THAT good. Wow! It was! Everyone loved it, including my 5-year-old. He usually won't eat anything.

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hollie6001 September 11, 2008
Crisp Panko Chicken Cutlets w/Tonkatsu Sauce