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Katsudon Recipe – Japanese Cooking 101

Mitch Gomez

March 2, 2015




This video will show you how to make Katsudon. Katsudon is a rice bowl (donburi) topped with Tonkatsu and eggs cooked in a sweet and salty broth.
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John Magee
- 5 Years ago

Hia Oishii !!

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bbaaaalll
- 5 Years ago

I’ll make this, it looks good!

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latia84
- 5 Years ago

Would you make a video on how to prepare shirataki noodles?

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rainsoakedpuppy
- 5 Years ago

Similar to oyakodon, one of my favorites. Sometimes I add a little toasted
sesame oil to the rice before dishing on the meat and eggs, makes an
interesting difference

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JeusEx
- 5 Years ago

I really love adding onion to this dish, as the sauce makes them really
tender and delicious!

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Rei Zeng
- 5 Years ago

I really like pork recipes, but I wonder how do you deal with the odour of
fresh pork? 

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Dileny Aybar
- 5 Years ago

😀 lookss Soo Delicious Ill make it. Thanks for the recipe I love all your
videos the have been sooo helpful to me cuz I started to cook Japanese
traditional food and I really enjoy. 

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Corazon Urbano
- 5 Years ago

I only have HONDASHI(Bonito Soup STock Powder) coz I live in Guam. How much
powder and how much water should I put to make dashi? Thank you

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Franzapanz
- 5 Years ago

I’ve been wondering when you were gonna do a Katsudon video. Yay.

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danny dang
- 5 Years ago

This is the best dish ever

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JapaneseCooking101
- 5 Years ago

Hungry? How about Katsudon, a rice bowl with Tonkatsu and eggs cooked in a
sweet and salty broth. Hearty and delicious!

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See Paula Run
- 5 Years ago

You make it look so easy. 

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AdventuresWithSophia
- 5 Years ago

Is seaweed an acquired taste? Or is it something you can get used to?
Because I bought some thinking I would like it but I don’t! and i don’t
want to to go to waste :(

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