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Pork Cutlet Sauce - 16.75oz
 

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Pork Cutlet Sauce

NET WT.: 16.75 oz / SERVINGS ABOUT 32

INGREDIENTS: sugar apple puree, distilled vinegar, tomato paste, corn syrup, salt, modified starch, yeast extract powder, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, red pepper powder

Pork Cutlet "Tonkatsu" in Japanese invented in the 1930s, is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. It consists of a breaded deep-fried pork cutlet, and is generally served with shredded cabbage, white rice, and miso soup. It is eaten with a brown pork cutlet sauce, the ingredients of which vary from place to place but which has a taste close to Worcestershire sauce. (One of Japanese dishes appeared during Meiji period by imitating western dishes (Yoshoku) and adapting to Japanese taste. It is prepared by dredging a slice of pork loin or tenderloin lightly in flour, dipping it in beaten egg, breading, and deep-frying. It is customarily served with shredded cabbage and dressed with a Japanese version of Worcestershire sauce.) Some people also like to eat their tonkatsu with a spicy yellow mustard.

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