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Kushi-katsu is a local special dish in Osaka

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Contents

1.What is Kushi-katsu?

2.Ingredients

3.Eating manner

4.Summary

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If you have a chance to go to Osaka eating Kushi-katsu is must.

I will give you some information about Kushi-katsu this time.


1.What is Kushi-katsu?

Kushi-katsu, also known as kushi-age, is a Japanese dish of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables.

In Japanese, kushi refers to the skewers used while katsu means a deep-fried cutlet of meat.

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2. Ingredients

Kushi-katsu can be made with chicken, pork, seafood, and seasonal vegetables.

These are skewered on bamboo kushi; dipped in egg, flour, and panko; and deep-fried in vegetable oil.

They may be served straight or with tonkatsu sauce.

Meat

beef, pork meat and cartilage, sausage, chicken parts including tsukune (minced), gizzard(sunagimo), skin (torikawa), and horse meat.
Chicken egg and Japanese quail egg.

Seafood

Atlantic horse mackerel, Japanese smelt-whitings, shishamo smelt, wakasagi blackwater smelt, prawn and shrimp, Japanese scallop (hotate or kaibashira), oyster, octopus, squid and cuttlefish.

Vegetable

onion, egg plant, bamboo shoot, okra, tomato, poteto, sweet potato, Chinese yam, bell pepper, lotus root, greater burdock, pumpkin, broccoli, asparagus, shiitake mashroom, garlic and shishito pepper.

Products and prepared

fish products – chikuwa, hanpen and kamaboko.
dairy – hard, cream, and smoked cheese.
prepared – bell pepper stuffed with minced pork, asparagus wrapped with bacon strips, chikuwa filled with hard cheese. Mochi rice cakes. Dumplings including Jiaoz, shumai, and beni shoga pickled ginger root colored bright pink.
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3.Eating manner

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Eating style is also unique at kushikatu restaurants and food bars as you dip kushi-katsu into a pot of thinner sauce before eating.

As a sauce pot is shared among customers, and putting your food after a bite is seen not only as a disgusting manner but for sanitary reasons.

Some kusi-yaki restaurants prepare menu and instruction in English and other languages to warn overseas travelers not to dip food into the shared sauce pot after you bite them, both for sanitary reason and customs.

Instead, you will use a slice of cabbege on your table and scoop up sauce from the pot and pour it on your share of kushi-katsu. In some restaurants they put a brush or spoon to the shared pot that you season the kushi on your dish.

4.Summary

Kushi-katsu, also known as kushi-age, is a Japanese dish of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables.

Kushi-katsu can be made with chicken, pork, seafood, and seasonal vegetables.

Eating style is also unique at kushikatu restaurants and food bars as you dip kushi-katsu into a pot of thinner sauce before eating.

 
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