Tonkatsu refers to the Japanese fried breaded pork cutlet. Tonkatsu is often served on a bed of rice. It is also served with Tonkatsu sauce. Tonkatsu sauce is made from vegatables, spices, and fruit. It is named Tonkatsu sauce because it goes so well with the pork cutlet (Tonkatsu). Tonkatsu sauce has a sweet and strong flavor which goes well with any fried food.

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