This Recipe Shares How to Make Authentic Asian Fried Chicken From Scratch

By: Misel Saban - Nov 13, 2015
References: iamafoodblog & iamafoodblog
Karaage might be one of Japan's most sought-after meals that features a crispy Asian take on the typical fried chicken. The meat is infused with zesty and sweet flavors before being battered up in a fried coating. This handy recipe by I Am a Food Blog teaches foodies how to make the dish right at home.

Typically chicken Karaage is characterized by its fried texture and juicy tender centre and is often a meal people order at authentic Japanese restaurants. This at-home version replicates the same flavors with bold, spicy flavors making it simple for all households to replicate. The dish features boneless chicken thighs marinated in soya sauce, sake, sugar, garlic and ginger with a potato starch breaded coating. The chicken is fired to a crips and then served with kewpie mayo and lime.