Tonkatsu, a Japanese fried pork cutlet is a popular bento box item. It makes a quick, delicious lunch, and with the combination of being pounded, tenderized, and brined, this recipe works really well with tougher wild boar meat.
Katsu sauce is easy to make if you can’t find the bottled stuff. It’s essentially a combination of Worcestershire, ketchup, and soy, and a few other additions that you likely have in your pantry. Check out Wade Truong’s recipe for katsu sauce here.
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