I absolutely ADORE Katsu Curry and you can guarantee that whenever I go to Yo Sushi, Wagamama or other Japanese restaurant I will always order this. Yum Yum!
If you omit the Mirin / Sake then the entire curry meal is syn free but still 1.5 syns isn’t bad is it? Tesco Mirin Flavouring is also Syn Free so you could use that to definitely make it syn free
Serve 2 as main meal. You could serve it with the Faux-ritos sprinkled with chinese 5 spice.
4tbsp mild curry powder
1 large onion
2 chicken fillets
2 eggs beaten
5tbsp Soy Sauce
1 pint Chicken stock
2 tbsp Mirin (3 syns in total but 1.5 per person)
Boiled white rice
Pre heat the oven to 200 degrees.
Slice the chicken in to finger width strips, add to the egg wash and then coat in cous cous to make the crumb. Bake for 10-15 minutes in the middle of the oven until the chicken is fully cooked through.
Dice the onion and fry until almost translucent
Add the curry powder and fry gently for a minute until the onions and powder combine forming a roux.
Add the soy sauce and whisk to expel lumps.
Slowly start adding the chicken stock until you get to a consistancy you are happy with. Some like it thick, others like it runny!
Add your mirin if you are including it and simmer gently for 5-10 mins
Before serving you may need to add a dash of stock to thin it slightly as it does thicken.
Lay the breaded chicken over the bed of boiled rice and then pour the steaming hot Katsu sauce over the top.
We love this and I can guarantee it tastes just like the Yo Sushi! One… it should do, I’ve adapted their recipe to make it Syn Free!