Throwback Recipe: Healthy Chicken Katsu cooked with no oil. Tastes just as good but is way healthier.
For those of you who haven't tried this popular recipe on my blog, YOU MUST!
Chicken or pork katsu (essentially Japanese style fried chicken or pork) is a very popular dish in Japan and in the US. This recipe provides a healthy alternative; it uses absolutely no oil. It's as crunchy, delightful and satisfying as the deep fried version, I promise. I also must mention that it is much less of a hassle to make since you don't have to clean up the oily mess on your counters. Instead, you pop it in the oven to bake!
Last night, I topped one of the katsus with some mexican cheese. It simply melted in my mouth!
Why did I decide to make katsu last night? Not only because it's delicious; but also because it signifies good luck! Many students applying for schools/jobs eat katsu dishes to wish for a good result; to win ("katsu" (勝つ) in Japanese) !
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