Number 3: 豚カツ! and Teacakes

I had my faux-tonkatsu dish because I was really craving tonkatsu sauce. Really, making fried pork chops is really just an excuse to eat that sauce. I even ventured out to the Asian market after coming home from the library to buy a bottle (insert evil snicker).

In this bento: tonkatsu with tonkatsu sauce and mayo on a bed of rice, stir-fried vegetables (from frozen Italian pack), and a prune teacake.

As you can probably notice, I really don’t about eating fat. My favourite way of eating tonkatsu is to dip it in a mixture of tonkatsu sauce and mayo (a classic way). There’s something about having the two together that makes things… magical.

The recipe for the teacakes is from Donna Hay’s Modern Classics Book 2.

Note: This is from a backdated post, previously from livejournal. Text has been edited to fit this new setting.

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