Yabu Rosu Katsu Recipe: Hacking Everyone’s Favorite Tonkatsu

Much of the katsu I’ve had in my life, prior to Yabu rosu katsu, was served in styrofoam bowls from the school cafeteria. I’d also have them in random Japanese restaurants, but the experience was always underwhelming. Dry and flavorless, katsu was a chore to eat and a last resort whenever I wanted something safe… Continue reading Yabu Rosu Katsu Recipe: Hacking Everyone’s Favorite Tonkatsu

Fried Cheese Balls Recipe: A Sweet-Salty Take On Colombian Buñuelos

Fried cheese balls; there’s really nothing else to explain here. This recipe, which takes inspiration from Colombian cheese buñuelos, is basically fried cheese donuts. They’re not donuts filled or topped with cheese. Instead, the cheese is grated and dispersed into the dough, giving you cheesy balls all-around. There’s also some sugar in there for an… Continue reading Fried Cheese Balls Recipe: A Sweet-Salty Take On Colombian Buñuelos