Hi, Just wondering do you think it would be possible to cook this in an oven? 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. It is easy to use as much as you want, a powder type. The step by step instructions are so helpful. 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! Can I deep fry karaage one day a head of time and then heat up in the oven before serving? Grate the ginger (you will only need ½ tsp) and mince the garlic (I use a garlic presser). You can use skinless chicken thighs if you prefer. Did you by any chance confused karaage and chicken katsu? I hope you like this karaage recipe! , I made this today ! Cut a chicken thigh into 3-4 pieces. Any way to make crispier? You need 1/4 tsp of Chinese 5-spice powder. So happy to hear you enjoyed it! My place here doesn’t sell sake. It’s exceptionally flavorful, juicy and ultra crispy. For information about our privacy practices, please visit our website. But if you like strong salty flavor, you can do overnight and it’s okay. Hope you and your daughter enjoyed this recipe! Thank you! If you put many pieces in the oil, the oil temperature will drop quickly and chicken will end up absorbing too much oil. 1) I freeze my karaage too (in fact my kids lunch tomorrow is defrosted karaage). Made this tonight and i must say this was better than karage served at most places i have tried. You are the second person to notify us about the air fryer result! It was very crispy on the outside but moist and tender in the inside. If you have ever heard of this place I would love to know more about how to cook or make that chicken. I should say I used cornflour as that is what I had on hand, when I get my hands on potato flour I will write to you again. So after the first frying, we put the pieces back for second frying at a higher temperature? You have no items in your shopping cart. Thinking of bringing it to work and there’s only a microwave there. It’s exceptionally flavorful, juicy and ultra crispy, and absolutely worth hanging out at the stove for! Have you ever used air fryer to make karaage? Yes, we do make like that too and I sometimes do that. Hope this helps! 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 marinated my chicken as per your recipe and it turned out perfectly! Cut each chicken thigh into 2-inch pieces and season with salt and freshly ground black pepper. And make sure it’s coated well, and not too wet because you don’t want the oil to splatter. This is very popular in Japan, and very popular with my children. Your stunning photography certainly helps to trigger the taste buds even before the food is ready! . Always best, right after deep fry while it’s still moist and crunchy… but I know it’s not always possible. Serve hot with freshly squeezed lemon juice which helps to cut grease (unfortunately not calories). I just made it tonight – it’s one of our family’s favourite meals. Thank you for sharing it with is. I’m so happy to hear you like Japanese food! I really enjoy your blog and making delicious Japanese food. Hi Michelle! Cornstarch and wheat flour both result in a denser crust with the former producing a texture similar to tortilla chips, and the later producing a shell that’s more like buttermilk fried chicken . To fix this, I had to fry the chicken for a longer period of time for the second fry – I think they turned out just fine, but a good reminder to make sure the chicken pieces aren’t too big. Hi Fran! Thank you so much for your kind feedback, June! . Do you mean we have to deep fry the chicken twice? 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). Both of us are big fans of Japanese food (and always have our luggage packed with food stuff when we leave, haha). Oh i understand now for the deep fry sorry for asking twice :s, Hi Jie! All … Sake helps tenderize the meat while ginger gives zing and removes the gamey taste. I’m making your crispy tonkatsu for guests tonight. The only thing is to allow enough time for the chicken to soak-in the marinade. Hi Allan! That’s correct, first deep fry to cook inside. My recommendation for deep frying oil includes: Because they are bite-size, Karaage is utterly doable at home. Hi Jessie! Hi De LM! I am a huge fan on Japanese culture and food and I can’t wait to make other recipes too. Today, I tried your karaage recipe for the first time. Thank you so much for sharing this information with us! You have change the way I cook chicken. 1 ½ teaspoons grated fresh ginger, with its juice. We are more worried about the chicken gets salty and overpower the flavors. Hi Marie! Recipe by Namiko Chen of Just One Cookbook. Pour the oil into a heavy-bottomed pot (I used a Dutch oven) and heat the oil to 325ºF (163ºC) on medium heat. Hi Nami, thank you for recipe. Since I’m in Japan, I picked one up. Not sure why you put a disclaimer to not do so? Hi Paul! A big bowl full of chicken karaage disappeared out of nowhere. But, it makes sense that these bits burn the longer they’re in there, darkening the oil (and making it more bitter). Thank you so much for trying my recipe! what sauce usually goes with it? Hope your family will enjoy more Japanese food in the future! And I hope to travel to Japan one day. I’m now torn between frying it as a midnight snack or leaving it in the fridge as an experiment., I hope it won’t turn out overly salty or lose too much moisture! Thank you very much for trying this recipe! And 2) would this taste good air fried? It “should’ work, from my own experience of using this recipe for years and from feedback from other readers. , Hi Aimee! Whisk into cooled oil. Use 100% potato starch by replacing flour with potato starch. This seems similar to making fries, where the first time in the oil partly cooks it, and the second time makes the outside super crispy. . Cut each chicken thigh into 2-inch pieces and season with salt and freshly ground black pepper. 1) Chicken breast is drier than chicken thigh, but you can definitely use it. Their karaage looks like this: http://www.hokkahokkatei.co.jp/pg/user/hombu_menu.php?id=548&mode=DETAIL, My Karaage recipe has garlic, but if you don’t add it, it should be similar. To save time, I usually ask my friendly butcher to remove the bones for me. This recipe has no hard to find ingredients either. Am so in love with your recipes! But it wasn’t overly salty, and still very delicious. in the Ingredients portion. Hi Ethel! Second frying is for crispy texture. Hi Shirley, Thank you very much for trying this recipe! It’s so sad, but eating Japanese food at home definitely helps to stay positive. The chicken always turned out with cracker-crisp skin and the meat absolutely something you want to indulge with great abandon. Or can i keep the chicken in its marinade for days? Japanese Karaage is usually seasoned with garlic and ginger along … I make mine slightly different all the time. . 2) I do not recommend using a microwave to reheat deep fried food. I measure the flours (and all ingredients) precisely, but if your chicken’s surface area is more than mine, it’s possible that you need more (As I stated in the recipe, but roughly it should be similar amount. Hi Matt! Thank you for reading my blog! Thank you so much for your kind feedback! I’m so sorry to hear that. (Other than one less pan to clean! Was delicious. I’m so glad that you found me and I’m grateful for your readership. I do that for kids’ bento. I just want to add a word about deep-frying at home. 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. Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) is easily one of the greatest fried chickens in the world. In case anyone wants to read it’s here: https://www.seriouseats.com/2016/06/clean-cooking-oil-with-gelatin-technique.html, Hi Dylan! Izakaya, Japanese bars, serve a lot of little appetizers (like Tapas restaurants), and Karaage is a staple dish there. . Thank you, I updated my recipe. I’ve never used potato starch before, but I definitely want to look for it now. If you see tiny bubbles appear around the chopstick, it’s ready to deep fry. They love cooking and eating great food, and share a similar passion for home cooking using fresh ingredients. . Add the chicken to the bowl and mix with your hands. I first dredge the chicken in flour and then potato starch. I guess that’s one difference with the potato starch. I will send my readers in your area if they are looking for an instructor. You are right! Sometimes more ginger, sometimes more garlic, etc etc…. 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. Great karaage recipe, great dish, great video, nice and simple and not stupid!! I love the addition of garlic. Hi Sai! Thanks Angie! Flavor was on point. Is this one similar? You can remove the skin of the chicken if you like. 1) If you marinate and keep, I only recommend for overnight. To achieve the crispy Karaage, we recommend using skin-on chicken, as Nami mention in this post. Thanks for the recipe, karaage wa ume desu. Japanese don’t have “dark” or “light” soy sauce… but I think Japanese soy sauce belongs to light kind of Chinese soy sauce? So glad you enjoyed it. Hope you can find potato starch and try again. , Hi Nami…could I use tapioca flour or rice flour as I don’t have any potato starch. My kids and hubby loved the Karaage chicken. Thanks for taking the time to reply! Recipe by JustJanS. Yes it is all purpose flour. 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. Where did you get out from? , Hello Nami! One more tip, make sure to poke chicken with a fork so favors go in more! A really delicious way to cook chicken thighs. Hope you can find potato starch, but if not, corn starch will be okay too! 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 don’t own an air fryer, so I have never had a chance to test it. Prep time includes marinating time. You can substitute cooking sherry for Sake. 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. Hi Joe! Between batches, pick up crumbs in the oil with a fine-mesh sieve. I’m really happy to hear our videos are helpful. Birger (dont worry no one manages to pronounce it xD wrote: I'm Nami, a Japanese home cook based in San Francisco. Thanks for writing your kind feedback. It was fried chicken in the shape of a ball served with a packet of lemon. Where do you teach Japanese cooking class? I’ve made quiet a few recipes off here and they’re all becoming meal staples. I’ve never heard of karaage without eggs. While chicken is resting (waiting for 2nd round), remaining heat will slowly cook the chicken. If using a microwave, how long would you say I’d have to reheat it for to keep it safe to eat? , This was seriously delicious and very easy to make. Will make again. I think you are looking for “Chicken Tempura (Toriten) とり天” recipe. Thank you so much for trying this recipe! Every time I make karaage, I make some minor changes (so my family doesn’t get bored). 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. xo. I’m happy to hear you enjoy my blog and thank you so much for trying the karaage recipe! Hi Sophia! 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. This post may contain affiliate links. Would this be most likely what they served there? I actually cooked it in my actifryer airfryer. I’m really happy to hear you like my recipes and thanks so much for your feedback! Here in the US, skin-on chicken thighs are always sold with bones. Hi Nami, This recipe sounds delicious! It’s called a butcher tray and I got them on Amazon. Hello! I’m in the process of setting up a food blog, and I like the way you have things on your site. There are so many variations of marinade/seasonings available for Karaage, and this is really up to you. Hi Nami! If you want to do it just once, the first batch should be a bit higher temperature and make sure your piece of chicken is not too big. I followed this Karaage and my husband loves it much. In my experience, potato starch can be found in the kosher foods section (if your supermarket has one). I made these for dinner with my boyfriend today and they went deliciously well with Korean fried rice. Awesome!!!! Hey Namiko, My husband is a United States Marine and he used to be stationed in Japan. Hi Nami, I remember making chicken kaarage from this site and looks a bit different than this recipe. Will be making this again next time I want fried chicken. Hi Debbra! Making Chicken Karaage from your recipe now… Can we keep on frozen for uncooked Chicken Karaage? Copyright © 2012 - Japanese Cooking 101. Soy sauce 2-3table spoon. I think you need to deep fry at a higher temperature. Some variations for the seasonings include: Feel free to experiment with the ingredients and see what you like! Before you deep fry, pick up the chicken pieces and transfer to a baking sheet or something big and then sprinkle potato starch (don’t put potato starch in the marinade). Hi Jackie! I was wondering next time I make this if I could fry them in a cast iron skillet instead of a pot? it came out really crispy, even through the next day! Interesting point btw, about the different Asian marinating times, I never thought about it but you’re right! , Made this tonight. In a large bowl, combine ginger, garlic, ½ Tbsp soy sauce, ½ Tbsp sake, and ½ tsp sesame oil. 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…. I made this dish for my family on my own. Also, I have used this karaage recipe and then tried baking the chicken on a baking sheet in my convection oven and this is also very good. Hi Judi! Mine weren’t too crunchy (maybe I need to add more flour) but they sure were flavoursome, which made up for it. I want to try it but have never deep fried anything at home- afraid of mess, etc. (: Janine, 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 : Thank you so much for your recipe. 109 homemade recipes for karaage from the biggest global cooking community! If the chicken changes color too quickly, then the oil temperature is too high. 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. I got them in Japan (Kappabashi: https://www.justonecookbook.com/tokyo-kappabashi-kitchenware-town/). 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. I made this last week and I loved it! Huge fan of your recipes and this’ll be the 5th one I’ve tried. Your Website is well done in a very delightful way. And I promise: it’s going to be really good! Hi Dor! Cover and keep in the refrigerator to marinate for 30 minutes. Then dredge the chicken in the potato starch and remove excess starch. , Double frying for crispy texture. If so, can I have old recipe as I really like it. Thanks. I have a thermometer so I’m sure I got the temperature right. Chicken Tender Karaage With Chinese 5-Spice step by step. Let us know the difference if you make our version. Thank you!!! Where did you get the white plate/tray with navy blue rim? . I’m glad to hear my tips were helpful. To start off, what is karaage? Hi Lisa, Nami has a good post for you! I will enjoy cooking Japanese food. I didn’t receive pingback so I wasn’t aware of your post. Ever since I found your blog, this has been my go to place for Japanese recipes. It may require some extra oil, but you know you would be dishing out some glorious fried chicken at home! Controlling oil temperature at all times is very important for deep frying. home – it can be a main dish or appetizer. Hi Anastasia! , Turned out wonderful. Thank you so much for letting me know. Have you ever used the type of deep frying pot with a stainless steel ring on top to decrease splashing? . How do you know when it’s time to stop reusing the oil? I don’t drink wine or bear.Is there anything non-alcoholic I can use instead of the sake? Hi, umm what can I do to replace sake? Had some Karaage last night at a restaurant, and the one I made tonight was on par. Also allow the oil time to heat up (if in doubt, use one piece as a tester). It's also a favorite dish in the restaurant where I work. Hi Caroline! I forgot to include some ingredients in the written recipe. I’m glad to hear you enjoyed them. KARAAGE (Fried Chicken Powder) 1KG. Hi Topaz! ♡, Hi Fumerie486! 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. Menu; Shop; About Us; How to Shop; Delivery; blog; Contact; English. . Hi Angie! Hopefully I can figure out… It’s just nothing as close to the real deal Karaage. xo. Popular Japanese fried chicken powder 100g [Product size: 198 mm × 130 mm] Spice and flavorful deep taste of vegetables. Potato starch is available on Amazon and larger grocery stores. Thanks, Ms. Shimizu, Hi Ms. Shimizu! Thanks. Haloo, Nami! I believe cleaning the oil is really important when deep frying. I’m really happy to hear that you enjoyed my recipes that you tried! xo. I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it and thanks for your kind feedback. Hope you enjoy! Garlic 1 or 2 cloves up to you or garlic powder. You puts lots of hard work into this website. The skin keeps the karaage crispy on the outside and the meat juicy inside. Hi Em! You can also use other meat as well to fry. I think it’s worth looking for it to make delicious Karaage. [beer-ger]?)! 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. , Hi Nami, I love your recipes! Would you happen to still have somewhere here? . I love your ginger grater! It’s so cute! Or microwave your refrigerated karaage but you can’t microwave till hot. Hi Wai! Thank you~. This keeps the oil clean and prevents it from becoming darker. The remaining heat will cook inside slowly while waiting for the second batch. Dear Nami, thank you so much for your prompt reply. Put meat in ziplock and add the marinate. That says “serving tray” and it might be bigger than what I have. if I do not use or alcohol sake, if the taste karaage that I make will be fine? In Japan, Karaage is typically made with skin-on boneless chicken thighs, which has more flavor than chicken breasts. Will i get the same juiciness and crispiness? Chicken Karaage – Japanese Fried Chicken. The chicken was juicy, had flavor, and was crunchy. Paired it with fresh steamed rice, miso soup and a crunchy salad. Hi Verna! Thanks so much! I’ve read that article before. It’s nice enough to serve like that to table too. So there are few things to consider. Thank you so much for your kind words! Even though you deep fry the next day, by the time you eat at the office, it will be less crunchy. Cauliflower Karaage is so simple to make that it's almost ridiculous. So I think, it’s hard to deep fry to keep the inside moisture and outside crunchy. Should we keep them before or after 1st deep fry? Hey Nami, Thank you for the fast reply. I hope you enjoyed this recipe. I get a bit scared of using it for my garlic as I may grate my nail or skin (since garlic is small). Then you can still enjoy this delicious dish. https://www.japanesecooking101.com/karaage-recipe/, Nagaimo (Dioscorea opposita, Chinese yam). You will see the food gets oily and looks like exactly you just deep fried. Hi there. The rinsing the chicken step seems unnecessary. Can’t wait to try this recipe! Thank you so much for trying this recipe as well as others from my blog. Hi Jason! Although you can find Karaage many places, it is easily made at home too. =), Hi Kaitlin! Heat oil at medium high heat (350F). YUM!! What type of starch did you use? The flour will trap the marinade and seasonings inside the shell, and potato starch will create a crisp texture on the outside. I don’t own one so I can’t testify… Hope you give it a try and let us know! No, we should deep fry first then let cool before freezing them. I’m thinking about making Karaage . In the recipe video, I also use a few shakes of ginger powder. If it’s a Japanese recipe (made by Japanese cook), you might notice most of marinate time is not overnight. In Japan, we really care about the ingredient’s natural taste, so we typically do not marinate for more than 30 minutes (maybe 60 mins at most?). kevin, Hi Birger (I’m curious how you pronounce it. Hello, I am loving trying your recipes! Children, young people, elderly people. So I marinated a double portion of chicken with the intention to leave it in overnight and fry it for lunch tomorrow. I just want to say THANK YOU for posting such great yet easy-to-follow recipes! Hi Nami! Thanks Nami! Serve the chicken hot. Sign up for the free Just One Cookbook newsletter delivered to your inbox! Thanks so much for such a kind feedback! Hi Hama! 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. Hi Alan! Thank you for your kind feedback! I made this today and it tasted superb. Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) is easily one of the greatest fried chickens in the world. Hi KiimChee! Thank u! Was looking forward to the crunch. so you can adapt as you like (and write it down so that you can improve for next round). One trip to our Asian supermarket for potato starch and I have my chicken marinating in the refrigerator. Japanese Karaage is usually seasoned with garlic and ginger along with soy sauce, coated lightly with flour, and deep fried. Use GF soy sauce (Kikkoman has a good one). Thank you so much for your kind feedback! So for dinner, I made this karaage, eggplant agebitashi, and tamagoyaki, all using your recipes (oh and your awase dashi recipe too!). ?? Then with higher heat, deep fry to crunchy texture outside. 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