Fried Chicken might be the greatest weakness for most of you. Let’s look at some of the best fried chicken served worldwide.
1)Korean Fried Chicken- The crispest, crunchiest, tastiest version from a small restaurant in Busan, on the southern coast of South Korea. It comes in three flavors—plain, soy, and chili. Korean fried chicken is made with a double-frying process. The chicken gets coated in a thin, starchy batter, fried once, cooled, then fried again, like a good double-fried French fry. The resulting crust cracks like an eggshell, with a crispness that lingers even after the chicken’s been tossed in a garlic-soy glaze or sweet-hot chili sauce.
2) Chicken Fried Chicken- “Chicken-fried steak” is beef that’s been pounded, breaded, and fried in the manner of Southern Fried chicken, so it makes sense that when you pound, bread, and fry chicken in the manner of chicken-fried steak, you end up with chicken-fried chicken. It’s a twisted etymological path, but the dish is no less delicious for it.
3) Karaage from Japan- Kara-age literally translates to “fried Chinese-style,” but like other dishes that Japan has adopted from China, they’ve made it all their own. It starts with marinating chunks of boneless chicken in garlic, ginger, and soy sauce, tossing it in starch and deep frying it until crisp. It comes served simply with a slice of lemon.