Feb 25, 2008

Karaage (Japanese fried chicken)


I know every country has its own style of fried chicken.
Of course, Japan does too.

We call it “Karaage” in Japanese.
“Kara” is an old name for China, “Age” means fry.
So this style came from china a long time ago.

Several Japanese flour companies make Karaage powder.
It is very good stuff.
We just put the powder on the chicken, and then fry it.
There is no doubt that all Japanese moms love it.

The most famous Karaage powder is Nisshin Karaage powder.
I think most Japanese grocery stores sell Karaage powder.

Please try it with Sake or beer.

I love wings with Karaage powder.


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