Tonkatsu sauce is crafted by stewing vegetables and fruits, then mixing in vinegar and sugar, salt, and spices. While the sauce has its origins in English Worcestershire sauce, the flavour was changed to better suit the taste of the Japanese people, and it became its own original Japanese condiment, with a special sweetness and full-bodied flavour, sourness, and thickness.
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Tonkatsu is a Japanese food, made by deep frying thick slices of pork coated in beaten eggs, flour, and panko (Japanese bread crumbs) in oil. Finely chopped raw cabbage and ample amounts of sauce go together very well with the crispy fried tonkatsu.
One thing indispensable to tasty tonkatsu is Bull-Dog Sauce!
The birth of Bull-Dog sauce generated the tonkatsu boom in Japan and it grew to be a popular food of Japan.
Vegetables, Fruits (Tomato, Apple, Plum, Lemon, Carrot, Onion), Vinegar, Saccharides (Corn Syrup High Fructose, Sugar), Salt, Starch, Yeast, Spices
Product of Japan
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