A sweet and citrusy chicken katsu! This is a tasty version of a katsu recipe with panko-crusted chicken and a perfect honey glaze. Katsu is a cut of meat breaded in panko, usually served with shredded cabbage and a sweet sauce called tonkatsu sauce. The invention of Katsu was in the 1900s at a Tokyo restaurant. Katsu is traditionally made from beef. However, during the modernization in Japan, pork and deep frying were introduced. So today, variations of katsu range from chicken to vegetables.