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Yuri’s Yu-topia Katsudon!!!


Victor: Wow! Amazing!Yuri’s Mom: Our specialty, katsudon, extra large!Victor : Vkusno! Delicious! Too good for words! Is this what the gods eat?Yuri : I’m glad you like it.

—”Yuri!!! on Ice”, Episode 2


Yuri’s Yu-topia Katsudon!

1 Pork Cutlet, about 1/2″ thickSalt & Pepper1/4 Cup Flour2 Eggs1/4 Cup PankoOil for frying (I use canola oil)1/4 Cup Dash Stock (1/2 tsp. dash powder dissolved in 1/4 cup water)1/2 Tbsp. Soy Sauce1 Tbsp. Aji Mirin1/2 Tbsp. Sugar1/4 Onion, julienned1 Cup Cooked White Rice (or, however much you want)1 Tbsp. Fresh or Frozen Peas (thawed)

In a heavy-bottomed pan, bring about 1″ or so of canola oil to a steady 350ºF. Rinse the pork & pat it dry with a paper towel. Score with a sharp knife, & then sprinkle a little salt & pepper on both sides.

Put the flour, 1 egg (beaten), & panko crumbs into 3 seperate bowls. Dredge the pork cutlet in flour first, then dip in egg, & then coat well in panko. Reserve the unused egg for later in the recipe.

Carefully place the breaded cutlet into the heated oil. Cook until deep golden brown & crispy, turning to evenly cook both sides, about 4 mins total (make sure the temperature is stable!). Remove the tonkatsu to a paper towel-lined wire rack.

In a small pan, stir together the dashi stock, mirin, soy sauce, sugar, & cut onions. Simmer, stirring occasionally, until the sugar is dissolved & the onions are tender.

Beat the second egg with the left over egg you used for breading the cutlet.

Cut the tonkatsu into diagonal strips, about 3/4″ wide. Slide the knife under the cut tonkatsu, & then slide the whole thing into the pan onto the sauce & onions. Pour the beaten egg over the tonkatsu, & then cover the pan & let cook until the eggs are set, about a minute or 2.

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Put the cooked rice into a serving bowl, & then slide the contents of the pan onto the top of it. Sprinkle with peas & enjoy!

Click here if you want to make Katsudon Piroshki!

“I want to eat katsudon with you, Victor. I want to keep winning and keep on eating katsudon! So I’ll skate to Eros! I’ll give it all the Eros I’ve got!”

—Yuri Katsuki, “Yuri!!! on Ice”, Episode 2


Yuri: I’m going to become a super tasty katsudon, so please watch me! Promise!Victor: Of course. I love katsudon.Announcer : What a seductive step sequence. It’s hard to believe he’s imagining katsudon!Victor : Yuri! That was the tastiest katsudon I’ve ever seen! Wonderful!

—”Yuri!!! on Ice”, Episode 3


“I’m a katsudon fatale that enthralls men.”

—Yuri Katsuki, “Yuri!!! on Ice”, Episode 3

Adorable “Yuri!!! on Ice” charm from Kami on Tictail!You can find Kami on Twitter & Tumblr.