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Kids' Chicken Katsu

Kids' Chicken Katsu

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Don’t trust anyone who doesn’t love a chicken cutlet.


  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 teaspoons strawberry jam
  • 1½ pounds chicken cutlets, pounded ⅓ inch thick
  • 3 large eggs, beaten to blend
  • 2 cups panko (Japanese breadcrumbs)
  • 8 tablespoons vegetable or grapeseed oil, divided
  • Cooked short-grain rice (for serving)

Recipe Preparation

  • Whisk ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, and strawberry jam in a small bowl to combine. Set sauce aside.

  • Season chicken with salt. Place flour in a shallow bowl. Place eggs in another shallow bowl. Place panko in a third shallow bowl. Season each bowl with salt.

  • Working one at a time, dredge chicken in flour, shaking off excess. Dip in egg, turning to coat and allowing excess to drip back into bowl, then coat with panko. Place on a large plate.

  • Heat 6 Tbsp. oil in a large heavy skillet over medium-low until it sizzles when a pinch of flour is added. Cook half of chicken until just cooked through and golden brown, about 2 minutes per side. Transfer to paper towels to drain. Add another 2 Tbsp. oil to skillet and repeat with remaining chicken. Season with salt.

  • Slice chicken crosswise into 1"-thick slices. Serve over rice with reserved sauce alongside for dipping.

  • Do Ahead: Chicken can be breaded 3 months ahead. Place between sheets of freezer paper or waxed paper in resealable plastic freezer bags; freeze. Thaw before cooking.

Reviews SectionGood, but I recommend thoroughly tenderizing the thighs beforehand and using medium heat. To anonymous from North Carolina, it's "grammar," not "grammer."AnonymousIllinois03/31/20Please, Bon Appetit put the nutritional information in the recipes. I've noticed newer entries don't include this information. It is very important for those with dietary restrictions.Please ask Molly to finish her words. Delish and Potate are not REAL words. It is just as easy to add ous or o to the word. I know it is a trendy thing but its like trying to reinvent the wheel. Those of us who appreciate good grammer cant stand this fad.AnonymousNorth Carolina07/05/19This is a family favorite after one try! Had to make the portion that was frozen because we needed more right away :) Also served with honey mustard dipping sauce. Added pepper to the flour mixture. DELICIOUS!AnonymousLos Angeles, CA03/18/19This recipe became a fast favorite in my home!I spread the salt and pepper out a bit so there is some in each layer of the breading, but other than that I follow the recipe spot on! I serve it with sushi rice, and we are good to go! Everyone in the family loves it, even the grownups! Thanks for a fantastic recipe!


  1. Aglaral

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  2. Pierce

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  4. Lean

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  5. Devion

    and it is right

  6. Misu

    Good little by little.

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