How to make the [2 step simple coating]. Beat the egg in a bowl, and then add in the flour and water mixing well until no longer lumpy.
※ Depending on the size of the egg you may need to adjust. Try the sauce and if it's too thick, add in water a little at a time. If it's too thin, add in flour a little at a time, until it reaches your desired consistency.
Make layers of bite-sized pieces of pork offcuts. Season by sprinkling some salt and pepper on top.
Next, holding the pork with chopsticks, coat it with the mixture from Step 1, then coat with the panko.
Deep fry them in some preheated frying oil.
Once they have cooled, put them in a freezer bag and then put them in the freezer. When you are putting them in a bento, simply heat them up in a microwave (If you cut them, they are easier to eat).
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I transformed some cutlets to make them tender even when cold using thinly sliced pork. This` is what I arrived at.
For the 2 step simple coating recipe, I made an easy-to-use amount. So there is a good chance that you will have leftovers. What I recommend is dipping some kabocha squash, eggplant, onions etc. or whatever veggies you have in your house and then frying them all together. They're delicious.