Pork Katsu Sando on Lawson's Original White

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Pork Katsu Sando on Lawson's Original White

Pork Katsu Sando on Lawson's Original White

Posted on 31st August 2017
Chef Laurence's Japanese pork sandwich, Pork Katsu Sando, is a recipe that will win over your restaurant visitors. Try it out with these four easy steps.
Makes 10, scale as needed.

Ingredients

AmountMeasureName
2 each Pork Fillets
30 g White Wings Plain Flour
1 each Large Egg
240 mL Panko Oil
1 each Lawson's Original White
120 mL Kewpie Mayonnaise
120 mL Japanese Mustard
120 mL Tonkatsu Sauce
1 each Iceberg Lettuce

Method

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Raw ingredients for Pork Katsu

Step 1

Trim, cut and bash the pork fillets, then season them with salt and pepper. Once they have been prepared, sprinkle them with White Wings Plain Flour, dip them lightly into the beaten egg and then cover them with the panko. During this step, make sure all sides are coated evenly.

Trimming and covering pork fillet

Step 2

Heat half the oil in a large frying pan over medium heat. Fry the pork for two minutes on both sides or until golden brown. Once they have cooked through, drain the oils by placing them on paper towels.

Frying the pork

Step 3

Using a cutter, cut even circles out of the Lawson’s Bread. Note, if you would like to toast the bread, put them on a tray and place in the oven until they are golden brown.

Step 4

Then, wash and slice the lettuce into thin strips. On one bread cut-out, spread the mustard evenly, then place the fried pork fillet on top. On the other slice of bread, spread the tonkatsu sauce and place the finely sliced lettuce on top. Then, combine the two filled slices to create a sandwich. Repeat this step until all the circular bread pieces have been used.

Dripping sauce on the pork

Adding lettuce and mayonnaise

Message from chef Laurence Griffen

Laurence Griffen

Switch your standard chicken sandwich for this flavoursome Pork Katsu dish. It is full of traditional Japanese flavours, and is a dish that will leave your consumers wanting more!

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