Katsudon is a Japanese dish consisting of a fried pork cutlet simmered in a sweet, dark broth of mirin, soy sauce, brown sugar, and more, then topped with beaten egg and served over steamed white rice. Besides being a classic of Japanese cuisine, it is one of my favorite meals. Here is my recipe for how to prepare it, shared with the hope that it will soon be one of your favorites as well.
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