Yutaka Japanese-Style Katsu Curry Roux, 100 g, 5 servings

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4.5 / 5

77 recensioner

For authentic Japanese curries at home.

Make Japanese curry night that little bit easier with this handy pack of flavoursome curry roux cubes. Perfect for making thick, slightly sweet and spicy curry, these curry cubes contain curry coriander, turmeric, black pepper, cumin, cardamom, chilli, cloves and the sweetness of cinnamon. Just break up the cubes and add to stir-fried onions, then pour over hot water to simmer.

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Curry was introduced to Japan by the British during the Meiji era of the 1800’s. It has evolved within Japan since then, taking on a unique flavour of its own (milder and a little sweeter than most Indian varieties), and become one of the most commonly utilised flavours in foods such as bread and udon noodles, as well as a much-loved dish in its own right all over the country. Take a look at Japan Centre's Curry & Stew section for a great range of Japanese curry items.

How To Use

• Peel and cut 1 large onion into small chunks and stir-fry for 5 minutes. You can also add carrots and potatoes.
• Add 1 tray of Yutaka curry roux and 800ml of hot water to the pan and let simmer for 7 minutes.
• Top your curry over rice or udon noodles.
• This curry is great served with hard boiled eggs, pork cutlets, tempura or pickled radish.



Per 100g:
• Energy: 2272kJ/540kcal
• Fat: 37g
  (of which Saturates: 18g)
• Carbohydrate: 45g
  (of which Sugars: 10g)
• Protein: 7g
• Salt: 9.6g

Ingredients and allergens

Vegetable Oils (Soy Bean Oil, Coconut oil), Wheat flour, Salt, Curry powder (9.5%) (Coriander, Turmeric, Black pepper, Cumin, Cardamom, Chilli, Cloves, Cinnamon), Sugar, Corn starch, Colour (E150a), Onion powder, Flavour enhancers (E621, E627), Acidity regulator (E296), Hydrolysed soy protein, Chilli powder.


7 recensioner
Easy to use great tastev
Perfect for making curry sauces and curry sauce bases
Great produce
Excellent, considering *** is, I believe, a UK based brand? Excited to see ** food becoming more readily available and widespread in the UK. I think I've seen a limited selection of their products in chain supermarkets?
Katsu curry
I would recommend this curry, very tasty.