Miso-Katsu-Don (Nagoya-Style Miso Katsu Rice Bowl)

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Katsu-Don (Tonkatsu and Egg Rice Bowl) is definitely one of the most popular kind of Donburi (rice bowl) dishes in Japan and is a very typical but excellent way to consume day-old Tonkastu. And Nagoya Aichi has proudly got its own version of Katsu-Don using its iconic Miso-based Tonkatsu sauce (Click here to check out Nagoya’s Miso-Katsu recipe). Gosh, words just can’t describe how good Miso-Katsu-Don is. Find it out for yourself!

-INGREDIENTS- (Serves 1)
1 Tonkatsu (or Chicken Katsu)
1 egg
100ml Miso Katsu Sauce (Check the link above for the recipe)
150ml water
1 portion freshly cooked Japanese rice
Some finely chopped green onion

1. Cut up the Tonkatsu into bite-size pieces and place them in a small non-stick pan along with the Miso Katsu Sauce and water.

2. Heat the pan and bring the sauce to a boil and drop the egg in the centre of the pan. Cover with a lid and simmer on a low heat until the sauce slightly thickens, and the egg white is cooked but the yolk is still runny. Meanwhile, put a portion of rice in a bowl.

3. Slide the contents of the pan onto the rice and sprinkle some chopped green onion.


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