Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Korokke (Croquette) - Video Recipe

Korokke (Croquette) is a parcel of food such as minced meat or vegetables, shaped into a cylinder or circle, encased in breadcrumbs and deep fried. 

My mom always mixes minced meat and boiled eggs to add richness, which makes the croquette really addictive! My darling loves it, so I always make tons of them!


Korokke (Croquette) is a parcel of food such as minced meat or vegetables, shaped into a cylinder or circle, encased in breadcrumbs and deep fried.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvfCPtdIJIM

Try out my recipe and you will know why ;)



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Korokke (Croquette)


Difficulty: Medium
Time: 30min
Number of servings: 16 croquettes

Ingredients:
4 egg
800g (1.8lb) potato
200g (7oz) ground beef and pork mixture
200g (7oz) onion
2 tbsp. butter
A
* 1tsp. salt
* cracked black pepper
* nutmeg
B
* flour
* beaten egg
* Panko (bread crumbs)
vegetable oil for frying
Tonkatsu sauce
ketchup and/or mayonnaise if desired
vegetables of your choice

Directions:
1. Cook hard-boiled eggs and roughly mince them. Peel and cut potatoes into medium chunks and boil them until soften. Drain and mash them while hot.
2. Mince the onion and saute with butter until soft. Add ground beef and pork mixture and cook until done. Season with A.
3. In the pot of mashed potatoes (1.), mix chopped eggs (1.), and cooked onion and meat (2.).
4. Make the mixture flat in the pot and divide it into 16 equal portions.
5. Make flat and oval-shaped patties. Coat each piece with flour, dip in beaten egg, and coat with panko.
6. Fry them in oil at 170C (340F) until cooked golden brown.
7. Serve croquettes with ketchup and/or mayonnaise if desired, and garnish with vegetables of your choice.

My original recipe in Japanese is here.
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14 comments:

  1. hehehe forgot to tell you, i tried your recipe for this! i added some peas and corn as well. the eggs made it yummier :D

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  2. wow thanks grub!

    peas and corn sounds delish, too :D i love mixed vegetables. hehe

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  3. my honey loves eggs hardboiled, so adding them into the croquette is a good idea! he usually does not fancy deepfried food, but i LOVE deepfried stuff. hehe, maybe he'll like this recipe, cuz of the hardboiled eggs~~

    p.s. i think he did ok for the 2 papers yesterday, it's his last paper 2day, then it's party time! oh n he got stopped over by police yesterday, cuz he left home late, & so was speeding on the road. police told him he'll get the fine invoice soon. poor honey...

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  4. OCHI!!!! This is my favourite video yet... you know why? I LOVE KOROKKE!!! I always order it whenever i go to japanese restaurants but i've never tried it with minced meat inside! It's always just the one with corn. This version sounds so good and i will definitely have to try to make it - it would be good to bring to parties! :)

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  5. hi mica,‬

    ‪you and your hun is opposite as compared to us. hehe i don't like deep fried foods but my darling does. ‬

    ‪i'm sorry to hear about the police stuff X( tell him be careful!!!

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  6. hi kym,‬

    ‪i'm really glad that i created something you wanted to know :D yes! with meat is really good!!! i hope you can try this. sooooo addictive. hehehe

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  7. Ochi,

    You're awesome!! You explained really well..

    By the way,what is nutmeg??

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  8. hi jose,

    nutmeg is a spice that you use with meats. it removes the smell and tastes nice :D

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  9. Hi, Ochi! I just find out your videos on Youtube! You are amazing and so criative! Congrats!!!
    I am going to make these Korokke for lunch today!
    Come back later to tell the results! ;)

    Akemi from Brazil

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  10. thank you akemi ;) i am happy to hear that <3

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  11. Ochi, the korokkes came out delicious!!! My husband and I ate 4 korokkes each!!! :-O
    I added some parley and green onion too! The nutmeg tip is great!!!
    Thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful recipe!!
    Next attempt is the Japanese Cheesecake!!! Gambarimasu!!!

    Have a nice Sunday!!!

    Akemi

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  12. haha thank you! i know! my darling eats it a lot, too XD

    i am happy to hear the result!

    i hope your cheesecake comes out nice <3

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  13. Just made these while my kids were away, glad I did, I will have to double this recipe! so delicious. I don't think I'll be making these to often though, sooo addictive! Thank you again for another delicious recipe!
    BTW, your recipes are so enjoyable to make. I feel so relaxed when I make the more time consuming recipes. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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  14. i am very happy to hear that :)

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