katsuretsu (カツレツ), short katsu (カツ) = cutlet;
sandoichi (サンドイッチ), short sando (サンド) = sandwich
Found on the streets of Tokyo in mobile food stalls called yatai (屋台), the Katsu Sando has been a favorite snack or lunch to-go among locals. Today this dish is making its way around the world, and once you taste it, you’ll understand why!
The Katsu Sando might be based on the simple and familiar sandwich concept but stands out with its rich flavors and textures.
Japansk sandwich med sprød dansk kylling paneret i panko rasp med tyndskåret spidskål og tonkatsu sauce. Serveres med asiatisk slaw og fritterede risnudler.
Japansk sandwich med sprød, panko paneret svinekotelet med tyndskåret spidskål og tonkatsu sauce. Serveres med asiatisk slaw og fritterede risnudler.
Katsu Sando is part of a unique food group in Japanese cuisine known as yōshoku or Western-inspired Japanese food. Its origins start in the Meiji era (1868-1912) when many popular western dishes were imported and reinvented in a Japanese style.