Chicken karaage with chili crisp

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. 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. The foods are marinated prior to coating. The process differs from the preparation of tempura, which is not marinated and uses a batter for coating.[1] Karaage is often served alone or with rice and shredded cabbage. It has become popular to eat Karaage wrapped with green perilla leaves and lettuce leaves.

  1. ^ Judkis, Maura (26 November 2014). "Plate Lab: Karaage is like Japanese fried chicken". Washington Post.