Tori no Karaage/ Japanese style fried chicken
You may have your version of fried chicken where you’re from, but Tori no Karaage has a taste that’s absolutely unique to Japan. Tori no karaage is written as 鶏の唐揚げ in Japanese. 鶏(tori) means chicken. 唐揚げ(karaage) is a dish which is lightly coated with flour and deep-fried. Many ingredients can be used for Karaage, but chicken is most commonly used in it.
Tori no karaage is really popular and is readily available just about everywhere in Japan. It can be found anywhere from specialty shops to convenience stores. Since many shops want their flavor of Karaage to stand out as unique, they are trying new recipes.
Many foodies have also tried to make their own versions of Tori no Karage. I am no exception! After many attempts to make my own version of this dish, here’s my best recipe. Following this recipe, you can make a perfect Karaage that is juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. I hope you’ll give it a try!
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