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My family love it! It is a great appetizer for your drinks,  kids (and adult) friendly dinner, and also a perfect small dish for your lunch box. It’s always saved whenever I want to indulge!~ I mine turned out white-ish because I think I put a lot of potato starch but I’m sure It’ll be better next time. I even had oyakodon for lunch. I’m happy to hear you enjoyed it! The flavor was spot on, and I think the use of katakuriko/potato starch was key. But traditional Japanese karaage usually use flour or potato/corn starch. Oh, and a cold Asahi of course! Yes. Is it AP flour or cornflour? Mine weren’t too crunchy (maybe I need to add more flour) but they sure were flavoursome, which made up for it. Hi Ono Family! I’ve tried this recipe dozens of times and while the karaage comes out tasting good, it’s never quite right. This looks delicious for a packed lunch with rice. Thank you so much for trying this recipe as well as others from my blog. A really delicious way to cook chicken thighs. and how long could we storage it? Preparation starts with marinating the bite-sized boneless pieces of chicken thigh meat, lightly coated with potato starch and deep fried until golden brown. Love your blog, hugs and best wishes from Australia xxx. Not sure why you put a disclaimer to not do so? Thank you for your kind feedback. Hi there. And they absolutely loved it. I didn’t receive pingback so I wasn’t aware of your post. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed them. Aww I’m so happy to hear that you enjoy my karaage recipe! So glad you enjoyed it. Mix 1 1/2 tablespoon soy sauce, 1 tablespoon honey, garlic, and ginger together in a bowl. My mom has been using that for years and I had to ask my mom to buy one and send it to me (or she might brought it with her last time). I think you are looking for “Chicken Tempura (Toriten) とり天” recipe. And 2) would this taste good air fried? Hi Dana! I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed them. The results were the best fried chicken I’ve made to date. You are right! I do that for kids’ bento. I had chicken karaage at a local food truck earlier this month and it was delicious so I was so pleased to see this recipe on pinterest. Thanks for your kind feedback. Hi Marie! Search result for karaage". Yes, I’ll continue to share more Japanese recipes with you and JOC readers. I have a quick question. Thank you for trying many of my recipes! Have fun exploring the 700+ classic & modern Japanese recipes I share with step-by-step photos and How-To YouTube videos. So if I were you, I would use the oven to reheat in the morning and bring it to work (but don’t close the lid of your lunch box right away…. Continue with the remaining chicken. I like that your recipes are so easy yet very delicious!! The remaining heat will cook inside slowly while waiting for the second batch. , hi I am starting work soon and need exciting lunches that wont cost me much. Did you by any chance confused karaage and chicken katsu? Deep fry, let cool completely, and then put in an airtight container to store in the freezer. Would this be a viable option or would quickly deep-frying it the next day be better? So there are few things to consider. Hi Jackie! With Original Easy recipe "How to make Karaage" [For Prime (FBA) Products, If the original recipe was not included, the seller will give a full refund immediately.] Hey Nami, Thank you for the fast reply. Photography by David Loftus. Chicken Karaage – Japanese Fried Chicken. I’ve never heard of karaage without eggs. , Thank you for the quick reply! So glad you liked it. supermarket, convenience store, and depachika (B1F – the gourmet food galore in the basement of a department store). https://www.japanesecooking101.com/karaage-recipe/, Nagaimo (Dioscorea opposita, Chinese yam). Thank you! In fact, it’s so popular that some moms even put karaage in their kid’s bento box several times a week. instead of the flour and corn starch, i used potato starch. Thank you very much for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback! Hot delis in supermarkets have freshly fried chicken pieces for people to take home. Ever since I found your blog, this has been my go to place for Japanese recipes. ♡, Hi Fumerie486! Menu; Shop; About Us; How to Shop; Delivery; blog; Contact; English. Any advice? May I adapt some of your recipes for a class I am teaching? The trick to making a beautiful, crispy Karaage Chicken is the double fry and it’s that second fry that makes it super crispy (some people even triple fry it). Hope that helps! Hi Ismail! . Would be truly appreciated! I’ve used corn starch for sometime when I couldn’t find potato starch, and I have to say I really like how potato starch gives nice texture to the chicken karaage! Karaage is usually served with Japanese mayo and lemon wedges. As far as I heard, tapioca starch and potato/cornstarch are different… let me know how it went if you ended up trying. With tender and juicy marinated chicken coated in a crispy shell, Karaage is a staple in Japanese home-cooked meals. Karaage (唐揚げ, 空揚げ, or から揚げ, [kaɾa aɡe]) is a Japanese cooking technique in which various foods—most often chicken, but also other meat and fish—are deep fried in oil. Just saw your recipe- looks great, can’t wait to make it:) I was wondering why you use sake with chicken? I am trying my hand at your Karaage recipe but I am a little confused. Ingredients are very simple and found in any markets. Hope you can find potato starch, but if not, corn starch will be okay too! Hi Alan! Thank you for trying my recipes! KARAAGE is very popular food in Japan. kevin, Thank you so much for trying this recipe! . Obviously it can be reused a couple of times, with diminishing results because the oil starts getting “dirty”. In my experience, potato starch can be found in the kosher foods section (if your supermarket has one). thanks for your comment! diner and restaurant – karaage teishoku is a popular set meal. Thank you for trying out this recipe and for your kind words! Increase the temperature. So try to deep fry at the same time. I will send my readers in your area if they are looking for an instructor. I do recommend throwing away the marinade before adding the starch/flour, so that you won’t be requiring more starch/flour than necessary. This was easy for this novice cook to make. Now I am heading out for a walk with my husband, to burn out at least some of those calories from deep-fried food. It is easy to use as much as you want, a powder type. If you cook for a longer time, chicken will not be as tender, so you take it out and let it cook slowly inside with remaining heat. Hi Mark! I really enjoy your blog and making delicious Japanese food. I made these for dinner with my boyfriend today and they went deliciously well with Korean fried rice. How do you store the oil in your fridge? Chicken Karaage is boneless chicken that’s cut in bite-size, marinated in soy sauce, coated in flour and starch, mostly potato starch, then is deep fried in oil. . Grate the ginger (you will only need ½ tsp) and mince the garlic (I use a garlic presser). (I will of course mention your name in the recipe title), Hi Kaori! Please let me know how yours turned out if you tried. Hi Sophia! Hope this helps! You can make the seasoning even ahead of time to save time. , This was seriously delicious and very easy to make. Just made this and the flavors were perfect (used potato starch), but it was a little less crispy than I’m used to. First time cooking chicken karaage tonight and it tasted so…… good. I am SO going to try this! KARAAGE (Fried Chicken Powder) 1KG. Cheers! Hi Jojo! It all make sense now I look forward to the next recipe . It’s for placing Tonkatsu and all the deep-fried foods. First Deep Frying: Deep fry for 90 seconds, or until the outside of the chicken is a light golden color. I’m so glad to hear you and your husband enjoyed this recipe. I only have 1 hour to make a dish so I was hoping that there is some way I can still make this! To save time, I usually ask my friendly butcher to remove the bones for me. Thank you for your kind feedback., Love the recipe! Thank you for the link to the old post and the USDA link! Thanks for the recipe, karaage wa ume desu. . Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) is easily one of the greatest fried chickens in the world. Love your recipe, I found this on Pinterest and now I’m hooked. It’s common to marinate 30 to 60 minutes for Japanese cooking. All rights reserved. Would you happen to still have somewhere here? I apologize for my late response. As a foreigner in Japan, yours is my go-to page for accurate recipes to satisfy my husband. Thank you for your recipes! So after the first frying, we put the pieces back for second frying at a higher temperature? Haloo, Nami! Thank you for trying this recipe! If you’d like to share this recipe on your site, please re-write the recipe in your own words and link to this post as the original source. The flour will trap the marinade and seasonings inside the shell, and potato starch will create a crisp texture on the outside. Thank you for your kind feedback and I hope you enjoy cooking Japanese food at home! It “should’ work, from my own experience of using this recipe for years and from feedback from other readers. Hi Jason! Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. But the coating did not become crispy after 7-8 min. Let us know if you try! Hi Jeff! 1 lb boneless skin-on chicken thighs salt Freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup potato starch/cornstarch (you won’t need this much) 1/4 cup all-purpose flour (you won’t need this much) neutral flavor oil (vegetable, canola, etc) (for deep frying), Seasonings: 1 inch ginger 8 cloves garlic 1 Tbsp soy sauce 1 Tbsp sake 1 tsp sesame oil 1 tsp sugar, Garnish: Lemon (for taste and garnish) Japanese mayonnaise (optional for dipping) Shichimi Togarashi (Japanese seven spice) (optional for spicy taste). 250 g kippendij; 1 rode ui; 100 g maïzena; 1 Jalapeño; 75 g taugé; 10 blaadjes munt; 5 blaadjes basilicum; 8 takjes koriander; 1 tl zout; 4 el vissaus; 100 ml nuoc nam; 200 ml water; 100 g … Japanese often thinks marinating for a long time is too salty for our taste. Flavor was on point. I tried using the corn starch and it doesn’t look that appetizing as the one in the photo. , Made this tonight. So for dinner, I made this karaage, eggplant agebitashi, and tamagoyaki, all using your recipes (oh and your awase dashi recipe too!). Potato starch is available on Amazon and larger grocery stores. Hi Michelle! . I couldn’t open that link. xo. , You’re welcome! Thinking of bringing it to work and there’s only a microwave there. Thanks so much for such a kind feedback! The only ingredient change I make is substituting the sugar and sake for Mirin. Anne, Hi Anne! Would it work if I substituted chunks of tofu instead? Hi Michelle! I am digging through my pantry and found a bag of tapioca starch – can I use this instead of potato starch? Lose the balance of good taste. Hi Rob! i really love Karaage, and your recipe is so nice and easy to follow. It cooked up crispy and the flavour of garlic and ginger was really nice. https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/recipedetail/5454/chicken-karaage I know a lot of people shy away from it because it gets expensive using all that oil and they don’t know what to do with it afterward. Would this be most likely what they served there? The only thing is to allow enough time for the chicken to soak-in the marinade. Any way to make crispier? I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe with chicken tendons! Sugar 1table spoon. Another awesome fried chicken recipe! Why do we need to use skin-on? Hi Nami! xo. 1) Chicken breast is drier than chicken thigh, but you can definitely use it. We are a big fan of Japanese cooking! Some JOC readers told me they used the air fryer and it worked really well. It’s my fav version of karaage yet! Takeout just isn’t the same. Karaage is “usually” eaten by itself, as it is seasoned/marinated before deep frying. They are called fried chicken balls. Why is there two deep frying? Thank you so much! I’m lousy at frying…never turns out right! You can also substitute this powder … And stay in touch with me on Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram for all the latest updates. I get a bit scared of using it for my garlic as I may grate my nail or skin (since garlic is small). Hi Lorn, Thank you for trying many of Nami’s recipes and for your kind feedback. To pack in lunch, I recommend to cool down so it won’t get soggy with condensation. Thanks Nami! We hope this is helpful, and you will give this recipe a try again with skin-on., Hi Ellen, Nami has gluten free Karaage recipe! I did add some sake to dilute the marinade, but when I fried the karaage the next day, the flavour of the marinade was indeed a tad too strong, masking the taste of the chicken. Any luck with yours, Verna? It is a great appetizer for your drinks, kids (and adult) friendly dinner, and also a perfect small dish for your lunch box. The process involves lightly coating small pieces of the meat or fish with flour, or potato or corn starch, and frying in a light oil. thanks for pointing that out. Lii Chicken Karaage (Japanese Style Fried Chicken) – Salu Salo Recipes. Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on October 10, 2012. Hi Wai! Still it’s one of the best homemade fried chicken we have had. Thank you! i didn’t write down all the ingredients and my friend told me potato starch is used, so while rushing to shop i went ahead and grabbed potato starch instead. I just made this for my family and it was a hit. Izakaya, Japanese bars, serve a lot of little appetizers (like Tapas restaurants), and Karaage is a staple dish there. Thank you so much for your kind feedback, Linda! . Do let me know when you finish setting up your blog! You can also ask the butcher to debone for you, which I always do (they debone faster than me and it’s free service!). I need to retake tonjiru and sukiyaki pictures soon as they are not so appealing…but thanks for trusting the recipes and give them a try! Hi Allan! Hi KiimChee! 1 Description 2 Recipe (serves up to 4) 3 How to Cook 4 Gallery 5 Real Facts 6 Trivia 7 References To respond to the threat of Mozuya, Sōma pioneered this dish to revive and represent the Sumiredōri Shopping District. First deep frying is for cooking through the chicken (if it’s high temp, you will burn the outside of chicken first and inside is not cooked through). It’s so sad, but eating Japanese food at home definitely helps to stay positive. A big bowl full of chicken karaage disappeared out of nowhere. Hope you and your daughter enjoyed this recipe! Either way works, but it’s easier with smaller pieces. My husband’s mouth is watering after looking at that pic. For serving, I put this on top of rice with some pickled vegetables and a soft boiled egg, really solid meal. . in the Ingredients portion. I don’t drink wine or bear.Is there anything non-alcoholic I can use instead of the sake? My recommendation for deep frying oil includes: Because they are bite-size, Karaage is utterly doable at home. xoxo. Hi Allet! Sign up for the free Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! I’ve learnt so many dishes from your website and my family has always loved them. 2 teaspoons … Deep frying is really fun and I was able to use the oil for the croquettes too! And wow, the juiciness of the chicken pieces were simply amazing! I’m glad to hear my tips were helpful. It’s called a butcher tray and I got them on Amazon. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Your travel blogs are very informative. Very excited to make this for my husband’s birthday! If you prefer bigger karaage pieces, then we have to start with slightly lower heat (not low heat, just slightly lower) so the chicken won’t burn too fast which make you worry aobut taking it out faster. Hi Topaz! You can easily change this to GF version. The second time is for a higher temperature to make the outside crisp as the first time is lower temperature. Have you ever used the type of deep frying pot with a stainless steel ring on top to decrease splashing? The double fry method really did make the coating crispy. Hi Mabel! The skin keeps the karaage crispy on the outside and the meat juicy inside. Hi Jen! Hi Esther! Hi Venisse! it says garlic and ginger should be grated.. so it will mix to marinade.. yeah they did it says mix sake soy salt and garlic and ginger duh. However overall the chicken inside was very good. However, I later read that leaving it too long in the soya sauce mixture will draw out too much moisture from the chicken (!!) Unfortunately, I haven’t found it here. Wow I love your cooking blog! Pork karaage instructions. It’ll be salty, and if you’re not used to salty food, you might think it’s quite salty… so if you want to do overnight, it might be a good idea to reduce the seasonings. And make sure it’s coated well, and not too wet because you don’t want the oil to splatter. Otherwise outside will get dark too fast but inside won’t be fully cooked (even considering residual heat cooking inside). You can use Chinese rice wine too. Some restaurants can be creative with their own style sauce but that’s rather rare. Bobby, Thanks in advance if you can reply , Hi Jude! Hi Samantha, Yay! 100 g / NIPPN Made in Japan. Turns out it is from the starch that I used (sweet potato starch) which acts differently that potato and corn starch. I just made it tonight – it’s one of our family’s favourite meals. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. I’m posting a fried chicken wing recipe next week. If so, can I have old recipe as I really like it. ); however, where can I buy the half circle wire basket used to serve the chicken? fresh ginger and garlic are the best for the flavor, but can be substituted with powder. Controlling oil temperature at all times is very important for deep frying. Children, young people, elderly people. Thanks so much! Almost like bring it to “warm”… a bit tricky. I hope you like this karaage recipe! Will this recipe work in an Air Fryer? Just like any Japanese home cook in her generation, mom never shied away from deep frying, especially when comes to a dish worthy to make for the family. Popular Japanese fried chicken powder 100g [Product size: 198 mm × 130 mm] Spice and flavorful deep taste of vegetables. You have change the way I cook chicken. Thank you for sharing it with is. But I have a couple questions if that’s alright: With this fried chicken, can it be frozen and for how long? Hi Joe! 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