Who knew tonkatsu sauce was so easy to make? We were lucky enough to get some Japanese chow mein from the Japanese bazaar, and it seemed a perfect time to cook up a pork cutlet with tonkatsu sauce.
Japanese chow mein is such a treat, I love the way it tastes crunchy with the lightest of seasonings. It goes so well with many dishes. Tonight we served it alongside the pork cutlet with tonkatsu and bok choy with peppers and lemon tahini sauce.
1 tbsp ketchup
1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp oyster sauce
1/2 tsp hot chili oil
Whisk together and adjust to your liking. Traditionalists will use 1 tsp sugar instead of the chili oil but we really like the additional bite of heat.