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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Feeling Japanese and Chinese at The Same Time

It may sound like a good combination, but in food, it does. I had the following recipe cooked for our dinner last Friday. These are just very easy and quick recipe. I got the Tonkatsu recipe from my sister and the Broccoli in Sweet Chili and Hoisin Sauce was listed in my notebook of recipes. I'm sorry I don't have a picture of the finished product since I'm only using email to post in blogger. Anyway, let me know how it went should you want to try these recipes.




Egg (beaten)

Japanese Breadcrumbs

For the sauce:

Worcestershire sauce


Simply dip the porkchop in flour, then egg, then breadcrumbs. Fry until golden brown. For the sauce, just mix together the worcestershire and ketchup equally. You may use tomato or banana ketchup depending on your taste.

Broccoli in Sweet Chili and Hoisin Sauce


Onions, sliced

Sweet chili sauce, about 1 tablespoon

Hoisin sauce, about 1 tablespoon

Fried garlic

Saute onion. Put in the broccoli. Add the sweet chili and hoisin sauce. Mix and cook until desired crispiness of the broccoli. Serve with fried garlic on top.

*For this recipe, you may also try other vegetables such as asparagus, kangkong or sitaw. It's best to make the veggies half cooked.

Bon Apetit!


  1. What's Hoisin sauce?

    Where can I buy it? Para naman hindi lang steam ang broccoli ko :P

  2. sis, you can buy hoisin sauce in the supermarket. its made by Lee Kum Kee i think. so you'll find it in the same rack as oyster sauce, etc. it is like an oyster sauce in terms of color but thicker and is placed in a jar.

  3. I didn't know you need ketchup in tonkatsu. Interesting... =)

  4. ^yes sis, just mix equal parts of ketchup and worcestershire sauce and you'll get the tonkatsu sauce :)


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