• Miwa

TASTY KATSU DON ~Japanese home cooking~


Have you seen my tonkatsu recipe?

If you have leftover of Tonkatsu, you can make a katsudon on the next day!

It’s filling, savory, flavorful and tasty!!

By swapping tonkatsu for chicken or tofu, you can make more varieties in Japanese cuisine!!



<Yield> 2 servings

<Prep time> 5min

<Cook time> 6min


2 slices of tonkatsu

½ onion

1 egg

300g of steamed rice


160cc of dashi( dashi pocket without MSG)

1 ½ tbsp of mirin without MSG

1 tbsp of rice wine without MSG and salt

1 tbsp of soy sauce

2 tsp of sugar

<Optional topping>

chopped spring onion

Mitsuba herb


1; Slice onion thinly. Cut tonkatsu into bite size pieces. Whisk egg.

2: In a pan, mix sauce listed above. Place sliced onion and simmer it until the onions are cook and wilt. Place Tonkatsu and pour half portion of beaten egg. Simmer it for 10 seconds and pour the left of eggs. Off the heat immediately.

3: Serve the rice on you bowl and place 2 on top. Ready to be enjoyed!

<Miwa’s tips>

・If you are going to use Dashi powder, here is the ratio. 160cc of water + dashi powder ½ tsp.

・You don't want to beaten the egg completely.

・By pouring beaten egg twice, you can achieve the runny fluffy egg on top!

<Recommended side dish>


Japanese clear dashi soup

<Storage time>

Store it in a air-tight container in the fridge for 2 days.

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