I made Curry bread which called Curry pan in Japanese. Occasionaly, I crave to eat this bread. It is very popular, so if you go to any Japanese bakary, you can find it easily (cost about $2 U.S. dollar). If you had Curry and rice with Katsu (in my other page, they have a recipe), you will understand why this bread is so good. I, personaly, think sauce is very good with crunchy texture. And if this is just came from the deep fryer, you would like to eat more than one, I almost garantee it! When I made Curry, usually it doesn’t last long but sometimes I made too much and eat couple of day’s straight. Then I feel tired eating it. Then, I use those left over curry to make this Bread. If I am living in Japan, I won’t make this. However, if you are living somewhere you can not easily buy Japanese bread, you have to make it. For my opinion, it’s worth trouble making this recipe!
What is Curry bread?
Curry bread (カレーパン karē pan), also called curry doughnut, is a popular Japanese food. An amount of Japanese curry is wrapped in a piece of dough, and the dough breaded in panko, and deep fried. On occasion it is baked instead of deep fried, but deep frying is the most common method of cooking. Curry bread is usually found in bakeries and convenience stores. If you want to read more, go to this page.
bread about 12 to 14 of them
400g Bread flour
8g Skim milk
Curry See my other curry page, when you use curry for the curry bread, you should cook low heat and evaporate water, so it is not so supy curry, or mush the potato and make it thicker curry.
7oz See my Tonkatsu page how to make deep fry
1 1/4 cup Milk
Panko amount of cover all pork loin meat (I used about 10 sliced sandwitch bread)