wagyu Sando

Feeds: 2

The Steak

  • 300 grams Wagyu sirloin


  • 1/4 teaspoon coarse sea salt


  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper


  • 2 tablespoon plain flour


  • 1 large egg (beaten)


  • 50 grams panko


Katsu sauce

  • 1/4 cup sake


  • 3 tablespoon ketchup


  • 2 tablespoon honey


  • 1 tablespoon english mustard


  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce


  • 1 teaspoon black pepper


  • 1 teaspoon onion powder


  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce



  • 4 slices of thick Japanese milk bread (or similar)


  • Squeeze of kewpie mayo


  • Cos lettuce



SUMMARY

Inspired by @wagyumafia we made some sandos. Deep fried panko crusted steak that you can cut through like butter, tonkatsu sauce, and two pieces of fried bread. Warning: this is a crust free zone. Slut it up to the max. Fry your bread in iberico pork fat.


RECIPE

  1. Prepare your tonkatsu sauce my mixing all the ingredients (sake, ketchup, honey, mustard, black pepper, onion powder and Worcester sauce) in a pan - heat until boiling for a few minutes then let cool.


  2. Heat up the oil to 350F - This is very important otherwise your panko will absorb oil and be disgusting if the oil is not hot enough.


  3. Grab your steaks out the fridge and season with salt and pepper


  4. Dip steaks in flour to give an even coating the whole way round. The breadcrumbs will not stick if flour is too thick.


  5. Dip steaks in a egg and then dip in panko breadcrumbs until covered.


  6. Now once your oil is hot enough dip in the oil and cook for 60 seconds


  7. Let rest on griddle pan.


  8. Take your slices of bread and fry with butter into the pan both sides till golden.


  9. On the bread mix 2 teaspoons of tonkatsu sauce with one teaspoon of mayo and spread over the bread until nicely covered. Do this on both pieces.


  10. Put your beef on the bread so then add layer of cos lettuce.


  11. Cut off the crusts and then cut your sando in half


  12. Eat it will be one of the sulttiest most delicious things you will ever eat.



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