How to make Mexican Pork Tonkatsu at home

Chiang Mai, Thailand — There are only a few ways to make pork tonkats at home, but if you’re looking for a tasty, cheap, and easy way to make your own, the traditional Chinese method is probably a better bet.

And this time, it’s the traditional way.

The pork tonkkatsu is made from pork bones and pork, and it’s typically served as a side dish with rice and noodles.

But with the help of the traditional method, you can make it at home.

You can cook it for yourself, or you can cook the bones and chop them yourself.

The traditional method uses a mixture of dried dried herbs and spices and a wooden stockpot.

We found this method to be very simple to follow.

Just boil the pork bones in water for 30 minutes, then remove them from the pot.

This removes the excess water and prevents the bones from drying out.

You’ll need a stockpot or large pot with a lid, a large mixing bowl, and a rice cooker.

You’ll also need a rice grinder and a bowl with a metal spatula.

The grinder will make a fine grind of the pork and then it will grind it down with the spatula to make a coarse rice paste.

You don’t need a high-speed blender to do this, but you can use an electric blender if you prefer.

We used a stainless steel one.

The rice will cook on a low-medium heat until the rice is very tender.

This will take about 10 minutes.

Once the rice cooks, you’ll add the rest of the ingredients, including the pork, water, salt, and spices.

The ingredients can vary, but we used a mixture that included salt, pepper, ginger, garlic, onion, and garlic powder.

We mixed the ingredients together and let it cook on low for about 10 more minutes, until the pork was cooked through.

You want to cook the pork on low until it is browned, but not browned completely.

We cooked about 2 minutes on each side.

You may need to stir the rice a bit to keep the meat from sticking.

Serve the tonkets with a bowl of noodles and rice.