Japanese Korokke

 

Japanese korokke is a deep fried dish which originates from croquettes in French cuisine where a selection of meat, potato and vegetables are made into small round patties and fried until golden and crispy. Korokke are usually divided into two different varieties, a meat and potato variety, and one which is made from a creamy white sauce.

Check our recipe to find out the easy way to make the popular meat and potato variety of this tasty snack. Don’t forget the all important tonkatsu sauce too to make this dish really stand out from the crowd!

Group 1 person  Time 20 minutes  Hourglass 5 minutes  Money_pound spend

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    Reichan Jan 18, 2012

    What about doses? :(

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