I finally made a recipe for a Korean-style breaded tenderloin or pork cutlet with a special sauce. It is called “DonGaSeu, 돈가스” in Korean or Tonkatsu in Japanese. This was a food that so many people requested and I didn’t post yet. Now, I feel that I finished a delayed homework assignment from my viewers. If I am right, this is one of the foods that was introduced in Korea by Japan during the Japanese colonial period. I guess Japan got this type of food from the western world and modified it to their own tastes. The deep-fried meat for Korean-style dongaseu is almost the same with Japanese tonkatsu. However, the sauce you pour on top of the meat is a little different between the two countries. So, today, I will show you how to make Korean-style old fashioned dongaseu and the sauce that I enjoyed when I was little growing up in Korea. I will also show how to prepare the full set menu as a restaurant would serve dongaseu. It will have dongaseu, cooked rice, macaroni salad, cabbage salad, and kimchi. This will give you a good idea about how to prepare a whole meal easily. Isn’t it exciting? So, please follow my instructions and enjoy this delicious meal.
Yield: 4 Servings