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INTRODUCTION Karaage or Japanese fried chicken is one of the most popular foods in Japan. It is mostly seen at supermarket obentos, convenience store counters as a "grab and go" snack, or simply every child's favorite lunch box food during sports festivals and school educational trips. It can also be seen during street festivals as well and can be eaten as otsumami (everything you pick food paired with alcohol). The chicken tastes best if it is marinated for two hours to overnight so if you have any occasions to celebrate, plan ahead accordingly. INGREDIENTS: 500g. boneless, skin-on chicken thighs or breast (any cut of chicken will do) cut into 1 inch (2.5cm) pcs. 1 cup (160g) potato starch Canola oil…


Tonkatsu is a popular and simple dish in Japan and you can find it mostly in packed meals in supermarkets and convenience stores. You can also order this menu in family-friendly restaurants throughout Japan where they are served with side dishes such as shredded cabbage, miso soup, tsukemono (pickled vegetables), and white rice. There are also varieties of Tonkatsu where they are served with miso sauce and Katsudon where it is served with soy sauce, mirin, sliced onions, and egg.   You can cook Tonkatsu at home too by following this recipe. INGREDIENTS: 1/2 head cabbage (about 500g) 6pcs. 1/2 inches (1.25cm)thick boneless pork loin chops(125 to 175g each) Salt and black pepper for seasoning All-purpose flour for coating 3…

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