Prep 45 mins
Cook 15 mins
Although not originally a Japanese recipe, Korokke is widely enjoyed in Japan today. There are many kinds of korokke, both sweet and savory. They are basically deep fried croquettes. This is a recipe for a filling with onion, ground beef and potatoe, one of the more popular types of korokke.
- Peel potatoes, cut into chunks and boil until soft.
- Mash potatoes.
- Mince onion, place in a frying pan and saute.
- Add ground beef to onions and continue to saute.
- Remove from heat, season with salt and pepper and stir well.
- Form into flat, oval-shaped pieces.
- Coat each piece in flour.
- Dip in beaten egg.
- Coat entirely in panko.
- Fry in 350 degree oil until browned.
Great basic recipe! I used these dutch yellow potatoes and they were great and then added purple onion and bacon instead of ground beef. it's fantastic! Thanks!
These needed 3 eggs instead of 1, and I added a little bit of sugar to balance out the taste. My son said it was pretty good, so I will make them again. Thank you for posting.
This is an amazing recipe. I've been looking for one with no luck since I heard of Korokke. Liking Japanese food, I found this recipe amazing (even though, of course it's not originally a Japanese food). Thank you for putting this up. I really enjoyed it, and plan to make it again. ^_^