I love all sorts of fried chicken, I mean, who doesn’t? But I will be honest, I am partial to Asian-style fried chicken, as each country has its own version of fried chicken and they taste different because of the marinades and seasonings used.
So, it’s no surprise that I love Japanese fried chicken, called karaage or tatsutaage. I would always order it whenever I have lunch or dinner at Japanese restaurants or at izakaya (Japanese gastro pub).
Japanese fried chicken is marinated with ginger juice, soy sauce, sake (Japanese rice wine) and mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine).
The end results are juicy, crispy boneless chicken pieces, bursting with the subtle good taste of the seasonings. They are heavenly and addictive!
Some Japanese restaurants serve fried chicken with a miso mayonnaise dressing. Heavenly.
Imagine dipping a piece of crispy fried chicken into a sweet, savory, and creamy miso mayo dressing, and then sink you teeth into the chicken, as the juice from the tender chicken comes oozing out…amazing!
Here is my quick and easy Japanese fried chicken recipe, with the miso mayo dip. You can use the miso mayo as a dressing for Japanese-style salad, just like Japanese restaurants.
Try my recipe and I am quite sure that you will love it.
Serve Chicken Karaage (Sesame Fried Chicken) with:
For a wholesome dinner, make the following dishes.
Complete Meal Plan
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