Chicken Karaage - Japanese Fried Chicken recipe

Everyone loves fried chicken, and here is an easy, delicious Japanese version - Chicken Karaage.  Ingredients can all be easily obtained from your Chinese/Japanese/Korean groceries.

If you're not a chicken fan, you can try pork (pork neck) or even fish.


Meat

250g of Chicken (thigh, breast or wing)
1/2 an egg

[A] Marinade
1 table spoon sake
1 table spoon soy sauce
1 teaspoon mirin
1 -2 cloves of grated garlic
1-2 teaspoon of grated ginger

[B] Batter
2.5 tablespoon of flour
2.5 tablespoon of corn flour



1. Cut chicken into pieces and stab/poke with fork, and mix with [A] in a bowl.  Leave for 15 mins in a bag


2. Beat the egg and mix into 1.  Take chicken out of the bag wiping off any excess liquid with cooking paper and place into a bowl
3. Lightly dust chicken with [B] mixed flour and corn flour, or dip each piece of chicken into the batter mixture and deep fry in 160 - 170 degrees oil, or until golden brown.









0 comments:

Post a comment

Share it

 

What's been on the Chopping Board

Adelaide (506) Adelaide Central Markets (10) Adelaide Hills (17) Arabic (1) Asian (38) Bacon and Eggs (4) Bakery (12) banh mi (14) Bar (26) Barossa (4) Beer (20) Best CBD Lunch (8) Best Iced Coffee (2) Breakfast (83) Brunch (75) Burger (39) Burgers (25) Burrito (1) Cafe (47) Cantonese (5) CBD (69) cheap eat (9) Cheap Eats (20) Chinatown (17) Chinese (22) City (16) Coffee (81) Curry (18) Dessert (111) Dinner (133) Family friendly (3) Fine Dining (15) Food Truck (11) gluten-free (10) Gouger Street (13) Gourmet (3) Hutt Street (6) Iced Coffee (5) Indian (12) Italian (57) Japanese (24) lunch (206) Mexican (16) North Adelaide (23) Pasta (49) Pho (12) Pizza (63) pub (30) safood (28) Semaphore (7) value (5) Vegan (62) Vegetarian (34) Vietnamese (25) Yum Cha (6)

Search for something

Blog archive