Katsudon Class

Katsudon is a beloved Japanese dish that features a breaded and deep-fried pork cutlet (tonkatsu) served over a bowl of rice, topped with a savoury-sweet mixture of eggs, onions, and a flavorful broth. It is a hearty and comforting meal that is popular across Japan. Katsudon is believed to have originated in the early 20th century. It became particularly popular as a quick and filling meal for students and workers. There are various regional stories and claims about the exact origins, but it is widely accepted that the dish was inspired by the combination of tonkatsu and donburi dishes. During this culinary class you will learn all about how to make this iconic dish and lunch on your own creations!