I liked the texture of the panko. The photos just do not do justice to this recipe! It is quite crunchy and tasty. I loved the Tankatsu sauce, too. I would have to add garlic powder to the seasoning of the chicken next time. For my taste, I wanted garlic.
This was delicious! No changes!
Amazing recipe! My hubby is not big on fried foods but he loved this, he wants me to pack it in sandwich form for him to take to work. This was so easy for a Friday night and tasty too. Thanks so much for the recipe: )
Really good- everyone loved this. I served this without the sauce since we had no soy sauce in the house. I used " extra light olive oil" for frying. And I drained on paper towels. I served this with jasmine coconut rice---thanks for the great recipe.
I give the chicken cutlets 5 stars! :-) however I think we are not fans of Tonkatsu sauce. We had never had it before and it kind of reminded us of a mix between BBQ sauce and steak sauce, not our thing at all (unless it's on steak) Since I think this is a personal taste issue, rather than ruining a 5 star rating I will abstain from giving stars. We did LOVE the chicken though! Mmm! I served it with some Jasmine rice and some stir-fried zucchini.
Very delicious. I just recently discovered Panko and am so glad I did. The Tonkatsu sauce is great.
Very very good. Did not change a thing. Results were great. Love panko. By the way, the recipe was authored by Hiro Shimbo.
Wonderful! Especially when it truly peaks my husband's palate. He loved the spicy, tangy sauce & the lightness of the panko. This recipe was a sure winner w/my family. Thank you!
I'm a Fine Cooking subscriber too and we LOVE this recipe! It is the perfect method for crispy chicken, regardless of how you serve it. The sauce is great too - just the right amount of zing. Definitely let the sauce cool to room temp - it will thicken as it cools. We enjoy this recipe often at our house. Thanks for taking the time to post it here.
Super crispy chicken! I seasoned the bread crumb mixture for flavor. The Tonkatsu sauce tastes a lot like steak sauce. Next time I'll cut down on the worcestershire because it was a bit overpowering, but tasty nonetheless.