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Korean Fried Chicken Recipe

Here is my Korean fried chicken recipe, you can make this at home quite easily and Korean styled chicken is fast getting a reputation as a tasty alternative to the famous KFC fast food restaurants.

In South Korea we tend to eat this at fast food restaurants, my family often get a box in the evenings as a late night snack. When cooked in Korea the chickens and normally fried whole, and sold this way or cut up at your request, served alongside the delicious dipping sauces and a mooli side dish. This goes especially well with cold Korean beer.

Korean fried chicken close up

I have used the following Ingredients:

1kg of chicken legs
5 tablespoons of soy sauce

Batter
50g of plain flour
50g cornstarch flour
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
salt and pepper
100ml of water

Sauce
3 Tablespoons of Tomato Ketchup
1 Tablespoon of Gochujang
1 Tablespoon of Sugar

Begin this dish by putting the chicken legs on a roasting dish, put about 5 tablespoons of soy sauce on the chicken, put in the oven and allow to cook at 220 degrees for about 45 minutes, this will cook the chicken and give it a great flavour.

In a bowl mix the flour with the cornstarch flour, add about half a teaspoon of baking powder and season with a pinch of salt and pepper. Start by adding about 100ml of water to this batter, you may need a little more if the batter is too thick, I would say that no more than 150ml would be required.

Once the chicken is cooked, leave to cool for about 5 to 10 minutes and dab dry the chicken with a piece of kitchen towel. Now dip each piece in the batter so that it is well covered, In a reasonably deep sauce pan boil some oil and pop in the chicken to fry for a couple of minutes until a nice crispy brown colour. It is easier to fry the chicken legs a few at a time, and use chopsticks to remove the chicken.

korean fried chicken picture

Make the sauce in a bowl by putting about 3 tablespoons of tomato ketchup and adding 1 tablespoon of gochujang sauce mixed well with a tablespoon of sugar. Serve alongside the chicken, this sauce is delicious and really makes the Korean fried chicken stand out.




Korean Fried Chicken with dipping sauce

Dip the chicken well to get the full enjoyment, I have also fried some frankfurter sausages that my kids love.



Korean fried chicken recipe

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