Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

Last Saturday, friends from Bounty Fresh sent over a few bags of their Top Torikatsu for me to sample.

Top Torikatsu is the latest product from Bounty Fresh  that is based on the ever-popular Japanese breaded chicken cutlet dish. It is said to be made from the choicest, 100% chicken breasts and is coated with crispy breadcrumbs for that extra crunch and texture.

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

It came in two flavors: Classic and Cheese & Chives.

The Classic variant is filled with mayonnaise, while the Cheese & Chives variant is filled with cream cheese and chives bits.

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

One pack of  Top Torikatsu contains six pieces of breaded chicken. According to the instructions at the back of the packaging, you have to pour 1 cup of cooking oil in a pan and place it in medium heat until it reaches 170ºC – 180ºC.

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

Then, you should carefully place three frozen breaded katsu in the pan and fry it for 2-3 minutes on each side until golden brown.

I was never really able to follow the instructions because when I opened the pack of Top Torikatsu, all six pieces of chicken was frozen solid in one whole mass. I had to thaw it out in the microwave to separate them before frying. The breading was crumbly and I really had to be careful when flipping the katsu because the breading might slide out.

Top Torikatsu from Bounty Fresh | www.

Honestly, I’m more of a Tonkatsu type of person. I’m not a fan of breaded chicken but if you are, I’m sure you might want to give this a try. It is made from real chicken breast and it takes very little effort to prepare.

Top Torikatsu is the first in a brand new line of heat-and-eat items from Bounty Fresh. It’s for people who lack time or the knowhow to prepare meals but nonetheless appreciate great-tasting chicken dishes.

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10 Responses

  1. I think it a nice size of Tonkatsu. I would love to try that but I will have it with gravy or banana ketchup. 🙂

  2. This is something that I could prepare as baon for the kids and hubby. I will check it out. Hope it’s affordable or economical.

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