Is it just for extra crispness? My boyfriend was really skeptical with the amount of garlic but it’s grown on him and he really enjoys it now. Hi Lucy! I’m really glad I discovered this website! Your email address will not be published. I’m happy to hear you enjoyed it! Thank you. 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. Recipe by JustJanS. I cut mine in half. Hi Allet! Remove the sinews from the tenders and cut into 3-4 bite-sized pieces. . I actually cooked it in my actifryer airfryer. I’m so happy to hear your family enjoy my recipes. Did you by any chance confused karaage and chicken katsu? Thicker coating of flour may help. https://www.japanesecooking101.com/karaage-recipe/, Nagaimo (Dioscorea opposita, Chinese yam). It all make sense now I look forward to the next recipe . Use GF soy sauce (Kikkoman has a good one). But traditional Japanese karaage usually use flour or potato/corn starch. Thanks Nami! Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) is easily one of the greatest fried chickens in the world. Thanks! Paired it with fresh steamed rice, miso soup and a crunchy salad. ?? Interesting point btw, about the different Asian marinating times, I never thought about it but you’re right! If we can’t get ahold of minced garlic and ginger would ground ginger and garlic powder be a good substitute? First time cooking chicken karaage tonight and it tasted so…… good. I tried using the corn starch and it doesn’t look that appetizing as the one in the photo. Love your recipe, I found this on Pinterest and now I’m hooked. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Hi Nami, I remember making chicken kaarage from this site and looks a bit different than this recipe. . If you love our recipes, please donate to support the site. But the coating did not become crispy after 7-8 min. Thank you. Thank you for asking! Thanks for sharing with us. Chicken Karaage – Japanese Fried Chicken. It “should’ work, from my own experience of using this recipe for years and from feedback from other readers. 1) Chicken breast is drier than chicken thigh, but you can definitely use it. Hi Evelyn, Thank you very much for trying this recipe and for your kind feedback! 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! The new video is added and the images have been updated in October 2019. Hi Wai! great recipe! Does your recipe work on 10 lb bag uncooked chicken wings? . xoxo. Thank you! Hi there. To save time, I usually ask my friendly butcher to remove the bones for me. Your travel blogs are very informative. Thanks in advance if you can reply , Hi Jude! I grew up eating a countless number of karaage, and mom’s version was always the best. . xo. What if I didn’t do that and just the one time deep fry? I’m so glad you enjoy this recipe! Design by, kosher/sea salt (I use Diamond Crystal; Use half for table salt), neutral-flavored oil (vegetable, canola, etc), (you can substitute it with dry sherry or Chinese rice wine or skip). However I have 2 recipes on the blog that you can modify. Thank you very much for trying this recipe! I’m so glad to hear that! Hopefully I can figure out… It’s just nothing as close to the real deal Karaage. You “can”. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Menu; Shop; About Us; How to Shop; Delivery; blog; Contact; English. 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. Mix flour, corn starch and some salt and pepper in another bowl. 2 teaspoons grated or smashed garlic (from about 3 cloves) 2 tablespoons dry sake. Yes. Please do continue to share with us. Thank you for sharing this recipe. This is another flexibility you can work with by testing out different ratios: In this recipe, I use equal parts of all-purpose flour and potato starch. . Don’t reheat for too long to keep the chicken moist. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe! https://www.justonecookbook.com/chicken-tempura/. Hi Nami, This recipe sounds delicious! The results were the best fried chicken I’ve made to date. Tastes like the real thing ♡, Hi Audrey! We are a Chinese family and my kids are big fans of Japanese food. If you compare these two starches by rubbing them between your fingertips, you will notice the difference. One minor snafu that I did run into was that my chicken pieces were not fully cooked through after the first 90 second fry (which I didn’t realize until I had finished all of the initial fry batches). What am I doing wrong!? I think you are looking for “Chicken Tempura (Toriten) とり天” recipe. Deep fry for 45 seconds, or until the skin is nice golden color and crispy. Thank you for your kind comment. and how long could we storage it? I’m thinking about making Karaage . You have to remove excess flour so your oil won’t get cloudy from the flour). . To store, deep fry all the chicken, let cool completely, and keep in an airtight container. If the chicken changes color too quickly, then the oil temperature is too high. How many times do you reuse the oil? Still it’s one of the best homemade fried chicken we have had. In my experience, potato starch can be found in the kosher foods section (if your supermarket has one). And if you use the “healthier” types of oils like peanut oil, there should be no harm in frying it. Japanese often thinks marinating for a long time is too salty for our taste. Back in the old days people used to rinse chicken to “clean” it, but modern food safety says that’s unnecessary and the rinsing actually spreads raw chicken juice around the citchen which is obviously a bad idea. Love your blog, hugs and best wishes from Australia xxx. Bobby, . Looks like your best bet is to marinade one day before. We squeeze lemon and eat as it is. I’m ecstatic because I missed the taste of Japanese food a lot. May I adapt some of your recipes for a class I am teaching? Arigato. Wow I love your cooking blog! 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…. Popular Japanese fried chicken powder 100g [Product size: 198 mm × 130 mm] Spice and flavorful deep taste of vegetables. You puts lots of hard work into this website. Thank you for your kind feedback., Love the recipe! Each frying has different purposes. Come in bite-size nuggets, anyone who has tried the fried chicken can tell you how deliciously addicting it can be. The rinsing the chicken step seems unnecessary. This was easy for this novice cook to make. Prep time includes marinating time. Hi Michelle! Does the recipe changed? , Hi – I know I’m posting this comment a few months after this recipe’s release, but I was just wondering if you can make this recipe with skinless chicken thighs – as the only boneless thighs I can buy are also skinless, and I’m not sure if I’d have the time to de-bone standard skin-on thighs. The only thing is that I use different starch, but I’ve experimented with cornstarch (with the same result, soggy skin). Hi Tania! So glad you liked it. My sister even made it into a sandwich like the tonkatsu sandwich. I want to try it but have never deep fried anything at home- afraid of mess, etc. . Thanks, just thought I’d let you know. Thank you for trying my recipe, Mike! . And thanks for the link too. 1) If you marinate and keep, I only recommend for overnight. Wait, isn’t it almost identical to Karaage? Hope this helps! i really love Karaage, and your recipe is so nice and easy to follow. Hi Rob! I didn’t receive pingback so I wasn’t aware of your post. May I know please what kind of dipping I should serve with Chicken Karaage? I will enjoy cooking Japanese food. Takeout just isn’t the same. Hi Sophia! So try to deep fry at the same time. It’s really simple process, but for example you’re using just thaw chicken (very cold), the oil temperature will drop down immediately, and even though you’re bringing back the oil temp to the right temp with your thermometer, your chicken has absorbed so much oil already and it’s soggy. I’ve learnt so many dishes from your website and my family has always loved them. diner and restaurant – karaage teishoku is a popular set meal. Hi Nami! Serve the chicken hot. The remaining heat will cook inside slowly while waiting for the second batch. Thank you for trying out many of my recipes and it meant so much to me!!! And stay in touch with me on Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram for all the latest updates. Noriko and Yuko plan and develop recipes together for Japanese Cooking 101. Hi Annie! I looove this recipe. I just want to add a word about deep-frying at home. Potato starch is made from the dried starch component of peeled potatoes while potato flour is made from whole (raw or cooked) potatoes being dried then ground into flour. That’s correct, first deep fry to cook inside. Didn’t have sake and mixed up the coating process (cornstarch first then flour), but man did they turn out delicious and perfectly cooked, tender, and crispy. Thank you for this wonderful recipe, I tried it with chicken tendons today and it turned out really delicious – much better than what we ordered from restaurants. Some JOC readers told me they used the air fryer and it worked really well. Now I have an air fryer, I want to give it a try making using air fryer. Even if they’re not as golden, your tips gave a very very crunchy outside and satisfyingly juicy inside chicken! Yeah deep frying can be a bit scary, but we can’t make good karaage without deep frying… plus, homemade one tastes better with clean oil. It’s nice enough to serve like that to table too. , Made this tonight. I’m posting a fried chicken wing recipe next week. Hi Venisse! Thank you, I updated my recipe. 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’ve never heard of karaage without eggs. , Double frying for crispy texture. https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/recipedetail/5454/chicken-karaage Definitely you can, but it will be drier in texture. Great job! . I hope you like this karaage recipe! What do you think about adding some sesame oil? I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed this recipe with chicken tendons! Hope your family will enjoy more Japanese food in the future! Can you tell me where you found the small wire rack for your plate? . Please read my disclosure policy for details. Hi Marie! Hi Lucas! May i ask what is the other flour mentioned in your recipe. !…but cooking time is 20 minutes not 20 hours…just a tip for beginner cooks!…arigato…. I made this today and it tasted superb. thanks for your comment! I may create a separate recipe one day, so it may help people who search GF version. Hi Birger (I’m curious how you pronounce it. (I will of course mention your name in the recipe title), Hi Kaori! And 2) would this taste good air fried? My husband’s mouth is watering after looking at that pic. Thank you so much! Thank you! I’m so happy to hear you liked it! Thank you for your kind words. instead of the flour and corn starch, i used potato starch. You can also use other meat as well to fry. I hope you will have time to add more yummy recipes to your collection. To deep frying for the first time, Please check out Nami’s post, “How To Deep Fry Food.” https://www.justonecookbook.com/how-to-deep-fry-food/ We also recommend checking the Food Safety Information from USDA. Hi Angie! Karaage lover, Pretty please! It’s common to marinate 30 to 60 minutes for Japanese cooking. . Looking forward to picking it up. Learn the simple techniques and fry up some glorious chicken at home today. Put meat in ziplock and add the marinate. Thank you~. Thanks. Use your oven or toaster oven (that’s what I use – super convenient) to make it crispy. I’m so happy to hear your karaage came out well! I’ve tried this recipe dozens of times and while the karaage comes out tasting good, it’s never quite right. I currently live in Japan and it is a great help with learning how to cook! Thanks so much for such a kind feedback! This Karaage chicken recipe is pretty much fail-proof. Either way works, but it’s easier with smaller pieces. I am digging through my pantry and found a bag of tapioca starch – can I use this instead of potato starch? Here are my answers. I have been using your other recipes and they all turned out wonderful. . Hi Verna! . 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. It results in a light, crisp shell that’s similar to potato chips in texture. Hi Paul! . Hi, umm what can I do to replace sake? Thanks! Hi Carol! Hi Lisa, Nami has a good post for you! =), Hi Kaitlin! I didn’t see this in any of the other comments I got to…if someone else mentioned it then my apologies: Instead of using a garlic press, i just used the same micro plane I use to grate the ginger. Also, the chicken wasn’t super crispy even after the second fry. That says “serving tray” and it might be bigger than what I have. Sake helps tenderize the meat while ginger gives zing and removes the gamey taste. Hi Catherine! For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website. (I’m a budding (Singaporean) cook, learning the art of various Asian cuisines! Hi Joe! Please let me know how yours turned out if you tried. When the oil temperature has reached 325ºF (163ºC) (insert a wooden chopstick in the oil and see if small bubbles appear around it) gently submerge each chicken piece into the oil. We sprinkle salt, black pepper, and some five spice powder once it’s done and pair with kewpie mayo. What is the reason for the second dip into the oil to fry again? Any way to make crispier? Thank you for your sweet comment! , Hello Nami! The double fry method really did make the coating crispy. , I am thinking of using my air fryer as well! Here are my answers to your questions. This is very popular in Japan, and very popular with my children. Thank you for your kind feedback! This recipe has no hard to find ingredients either. I couldn’t open that link. Very excited to make this for my husband’s birthday! Hi! Just like a lot of good things in life, it takes some time and prep – but well worth the effort. Thank you for your kind feedback. Preparation is similar to another crowd pleaser Japanese food- tempura. I had to wing it on the level of hotness of the oil since I did not have a fry thermometer. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Noriko and Yuko, the authors of this site, are both from Japan but now live in California. 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). That’s very sweet of you to mention about my blog. https://www.japancentre.com/en/recipes/37-karaage-japanese-fried-chicken Karaage Powder 100g Thank you for your kind feedback! Thank you for trying this recipe! 1 ½ teaspoons grated fresh ginger, with its juice. The chicken was juicy, had flavor, and was crunchy. , Really excited to try this tonight. Hi Lorn, Thank you for trying many of Nami’s recipes and for your kind feedback. . Thanks for your kind feedback. All images and content on this site are copyright protected. Thank you so much for letting me know. The chicken always turned out with cracker-crisp skin and the meat absolutely something you want to indulge with great abandon. I thought it was about time I leave a comment, since I’ve been using your recipes all the time since I moved into an apartment with a full kitchen. Thanks Nami! You have no items in your shopping cart. ©2021 Just One Cookbook, All Rights Reserved. Just made this and the flavors were perfect (used potato starch), but it was a little less crispy than I’m used to. Add the chicken to the bowl and mix with your hands. I also like the tip to scoop out the oil periodically. Always best, right after deep fry while it’s still moist and crunchy… but I know it’s not always possible. You are right! You are the second person to notify us about the air fryer result! Thank you for sharing it with is. , Nami, Karaage is my all time favourite dish, and the first Japanese meal I ate in Japan when we went there in 2011. Of course, deep frying is best, but air baking them is also good. . This post may contain affiliate links. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed them. You can substitute cooking sherry for Sake. Continue with the remaining chicken. I got them in Japan (Kappabashi: https://www.justonecookbook.com/tokyo-kappabashi-kitchenware-town/). He ate at a place called Hokka Hokka Tei A LOT. Hope this helps… . You can remove the skin of the chicken if you like. Thank you for your recipes! Thank you so much for trying this recipe as well as others from my blog. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it and thanks for your kind feedback. I apologize for my late response. Please do not use my images without my permission. I hope you enjoy the crispy tonkatsu with your guests. However, I’ve recently had to give up gluten for health reasons (autoimmune disease), so I’m asking/begging to please please please give me a gluten free version, just like your gluten free tempura! Photography by David Loftus. It’s exceptionally flavorful, juicy and ultra crispy, and absolutely worth hanging out at the stove for! Almost like bring it to “warm”… a bit tricky. Hi Andrea! Just saw your recipe- looks great, can’t wait to make it:) I was wondering why you use sake with chicken? 1) I freeze my karaage too (in fact my kids lunch tomorrow is defrosted karaage). Thank you for sharing your recipes to us. . Chicken on the left is after the 1st frying and one on the right is after the 2nd frying. So even though you followed my instruction, I can’t see all the process you took and it’s really hard to know what went wrong. thanks for pointing that out. They are called fried chicken balls. Whisk into cooled oil. I will definitely make this again. Soy sauce 2-3table spoon. I’m happy to hear that you liked that version. Remove excess flour before putting into the oil (to keep the oil clean). Karaage (pronounced kah-rah-ah-geh) is a Japanese style deep fried marinated chicken dish that is crispy on the outside but juicy and bursting with flavor on the inside. Packing Size : 1 kg X 10 nylon bags / ctn Carton Box Dimension(mm) : 420 X 220 X 200 Quantity per pallet : 96 cartons Loading Capacity : Japanese Ingredient Substitution: If you want to look for substitutes for Japanese condiments and ingredients, click here. Hope this helps! There are a few reasons why we add sake. I really appreciate it. Corn or potato starch works, but I’m not sure about other starch. But it wasn’t overly salty, and still very delicious. I love connecting with my readers and I’m glad you stopped by to leave a comment. Just this past week I made dashi, tonjiru and sukiyaki using your recipes and they were amazingly authentic and total sellouts with hubby and my for kids. Thanks for trying our karaage recipe! The step by step instructions are so helpful. He is in the states now and he craves their chicken there. Recipe by Namiko Chen of Just One Cookbook. Controlling oil temperature at all times is very important for deep frying. The chicken will continue to cook with the remaining heat on the wire rack. Japanese don’t have “dark” or “light” soy sauce… but I think Japanese soy sauce belongs to light kind of Chinese soy sauce? I can’t wait for dinner! Your email address will not be published. it tastes a little sweeter, but you can. Are there any advantages/disadvantages to doing it like that? xo. I like the texture of it better. Whisk all together. . So it’s faster and easier to fry.. https://www.food.com/recipe/japanese-crispy-fried-chicken-kara-age-494787 Thank you, Hi Funke! You can also substitute this powder … Love your recipe! Chicken Karaage is one of the all-time popular dishes for bento and outdoor recreation. I actually left the marinated chicken in the fridge more than 30mins and it still tasted great. Hi Ames! Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on October 10, 2012. We are so happy to hear your family loved it! Coat marinated chicken pieces with flour mixture. The boiling oil scared us a bit at first, but the results were so worth it! I followed your recipe and made this for my family last week and everyone loved it! My family love it! Thank you so much for your kind feedback. And I love your tips on how to substitute items in Japanese pantry. I marinated my chicken as per your recipe and it turned out perfectly! Thank you for reading my blog! Do not overcrowd; add 3-5 pieces at a time. They always turn out so well when I try it I was looking for your other chicken karaage recipe (the one with the egg) , but the link leads to this recipe too. Made this a few times and shared it with family and friends and they all love it. Even though you deep fry the next day, by the time you eat at the office, it will be less crunchy. I do recommend throwing away the marinade before adding the starch/flour, so that you won’t be requiring more starch/flour than necessary. Thank you so much for sharing this information with us! Thanks Angie! Let us know if you try! Also allow the oil time to heat up (if in doubt, use one piece as a tester). Hi Em! Hello! Hi De LM! It gets soggy and won’t be crispy. Awesome! 3 tablespoons soy sauce. Transfer to a wire rack to drain excess oil. esasba, It’s gross, discard it! Hi Jeff! 3) Tofu for chicken? , Good luck with making a food blog! For dozens and dozens of my favourite crowd pleasing recipes, download a copy of my new ebook: Meals for Mere Mortals! If you see tiny bubbles appear around the chopstick, it’s ready to deep fry. It’s just regular Japanese soy sauce. 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! I think you need to deep fry at a higher temperature. The recipe is overall delicious and I can’t wait to try more of your mouth watering recipes. When you do 2nd deep frying, the chicken should be warm, so without making the deep fry oil go suddenly cold, you can maintain the hot oil to crisp the outside karaage texture. Made this tonihht. Between batches, pick up crumbs in the oil with a fine-mesh sieve. hi. I was wondering if it is possible to do something so that I can leave the chicken in the fridge for a shorter period of time, say around 10 min? , I made this today ! I will send my readers in your area if they are looking for an instructor. , Hi Aimee! I felt it helped capture the garlic better. Or use Mirin. Thanks for sharing! Thank you so much for trying this recipe and I’m so happy to hear your family enjoyed this recipe! It’s for placing Tonkatsu and all the deep-fried foods. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Thanks! I am eager to try another recipe. I tried so many that I lost count one question that I have is which recipe should I follow for karaage since the seasoning is different. In case anyone wants to read it’s here: https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/06/clean-cooking-oil-with-gelatin-technique.html, Hi Dylan! With tender and juicy marinated chicken coated in a crispy shell, Karaage is a staple in Japanese home-cooked meals. . xo. All rights reserved. Hi Ono Family! Can I deep fry karaage one day a head of time and then heat up in the oven before serving? Recipes narratives are good to read. If using a microwave, how long would you say I’d have to reheat it for to keep it safe to eat? 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. If you try it one day, please let us know how it goes!. Chicken Tender Karaage With Chinese 5-Spice step by step. As for deep frying inside the house, make sure to turn on the stove/range fan and keep your children or pets out of the cooking area! Hi Dor! Pronounced as ‘ka-RA-AH-geh’, the word Karaage implies the food and technique of which an ingredient is lightly coated with flour and deep-fried. However, the primary base should always include soy sauce, sake, and ginger. Hi Michelle! But, it makes sense that these bits burn the longer they’re in there, darkening the oil (and making it more bitter). It means so much to us! Why is there two deep frying? I’ve noticed it in a lot of Japanese recipes. All Rights Reserved. It’s called a butcher tray and I got them on Amazon. I cooked this tonight and my family enjoyed it. Karaage is “usually” eaten by itself, as it is seasoned/marinated before deep frying. Do you use dark soy or light soy sauce for this? I’m happy to hear you enjoy my blog and thank you so much for trying the karaage recipe! If so, do you have any suggestions how to go about making it? Hi Lisa, We are glad to hear it was very informative and helpful!♥️ Happy cooking!☺️. I added a tip on inserting a chopstick in the recipe step. Awesome!!!! Nami, thank you for your chiken karagi recipe, I love chiken karagi. Thanks, Laura, Hi Laura! going to try your recipe soon. Arigatogosaimasu. shichimi togarashi (Japanese seven spice), insert a wooden chopstick in the oil and see if small bubbles appear around it, Burrata Crostini with Ikura and Yuzu Pepper, Omurice (Omelette Rice) オムライス – ‘Midnight Diner: Tokyo Stories’, Let's Change the World with Onigiri (Rice Ball) #OnigiriAction, https://www.justonecookbook.com/chicken-karaage-with-sweet-chili-sauce/, https://www.justonecookbook.com/chinese-style-karaage-don/, https://www.justonecookbook.com/gluten-free-karaage/, https://www.justonecookbook.com/chicken-tempura/, https://www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/65f762d0-e4d0-4278-b5cb-2836854a3eda/Deep_Fat_Frying.pdf?MOD=AJPERES#:~:text=Store%20the%20used%20oil%20in,%2C%20or%20smell%2C%20discard%20it. Thanks for taking the time to reply! Do you mean we have to deep fry the chicken twice? And please let your sister know that I like the Karaage Sandwich. Just wondering can you use Mirin instead of sake? 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