Big Katsu

Big Katsu (ビッグカツ, biggu katsu) is a type of Japanese snack food. In name and appearance it is similar to breaded pork cutlets, but instead of pork it contains shredded fish surimi.[1] Many varieties are available at convenience stores as well as snack shops, but the best-known and most popular may be the original Big Katsu from Kadō, first introduced in 1987.[1]

Japanese snack food
Big Katsu
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Japanese name ビッグカツ
Maker Kadō
Ingredients Fish surimi, flour, breadcrumbs, vegetable oil, sauce, chicken extract, eggs, shrimp powder, spices, flavoring

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  1. ^ a b Hatsumi, Kenichi (2012). まだある。―今でも買える"懐かしの昭和"カタログ 駄菓子編 [Still available! Nostalgic Shōwa products that can still be bought today: inexpensive snacks] (in Japanese). Ozora Publishing. p. 199. ISBN 978-4903175379. Retrieved 2015-01-19. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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