Tasty Japanese Croquettes

tasty Japanese Croquettes

How can you resist a fried potato cake?  It’s savory, crispy and oh so delicious!  It’s kinda of a production to make – so when we make it – we make a big batch!  Croquettes is a mixture of mashed potatoes, ground beef and onions, coated in panko and fried to a perfect golden brown.  It’s good by itself, but we like to eat the croquettes with a bit to Tonkatsu/Katsu sauce, a slightly sweet Japanese sauce.  You can find this at your local Asian supermarket or large grocery store. This is also great to make if you have left over mashed potatoes.

Japanese Croquettes step by stepEnjoy! 



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  1. Keya says:

    I tried out the Japanese Croquettes last night and they were super yummy! Not quite as pretty as the pictures you have but tasty none-the-less. My husband loved them! I cut the recipe in half and we still had lots of leftovers for 2 people but not a bad thing. I will definitely do this meal again!

  2. kitchenrunway says:

    @ Susan – I’m excited that you guys will try the recipe. I hope everyone enjoys it…it does make a lot so maybe you’ll have to cook it up for a crowd!

    @ Keya – I’m so happy that you and your husband enjoyed the recipe! It definitely makes a lot. I’m usually cooking for 5-6 people on the weekends – so we only had 3 patties left over which was eaten for lunch the next day! =) I’m glad that you will be making this again! Yay!

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