Karē Pan, Japanese Curry Bun
[Karē pan] is a really popular food or snack in Japan. Kare means Curry. Pan means Bread. This is Meatmen’s version of Japanese Curry Bun.
Using ingredients which are readily available in your local supermarket, you can make this dish with ease anytime you want!
Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside and filled with savoury mild curry. This deep-fried bread is nothing like the curry puff pastry you have eaten in Singapore, the chewy dough compliments with the oozing of delicious curry when you take a bite.
|200g bread flour|
|3g instant yeast|
|20g unsalted butter|
|160g fresh milk|
|100g MARIGOLD Dawn Sweetened Beverage Creamer|
Japanese Curry Filling:
|380g boneless and skinless chicken thigh, cut into small cubes|
|100g carrot (diced)|
|100g onion (diced)|
|120g potato (diced)|
|1inch knob of grated ginger|
|2cloves of grated garlic|
|30g small bell pepper (diced)|
|1box of Japanese curry sauce mix|
|2eggs (for coating)|
|1½cup panko (for final coating)|