Delicious Japanese Fried Chicken Legs

When you go to Japan, you look forward to the delicious ways they make fish and seafood. From fresh fish to grilled fish, you really enjoy all these types of dishes. It’s exotic and nothing like what you will find back in the United States. Slowly, however, American food is creeping into Japanese cuisine. From, hamburgers to pizza, you will find American food all over Japan.

I know, I know…when you think of Japanese food you think of sushi, fish and rice. That’s all that is portrayed in the media. However, Japanese food has many variations. They have grilled chicken, which is absolutely delicious, fried chicken, which I love, and many other types of foods. Not to mention the beer is amazing in Japan. Just skip into an Izakaya, tell the bartender to make you some fried chicken legs and add an Asahi to it.

Ingredients: you will need to make Japanese Fried Chicken Legs: 12 Chicken Legs, 2 Tablespoons Milk, 1 Teaspoon Salt, 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder, 1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour, Vegetable Oil for frying and that’s it.

Once you’ve done this it’s time to cook and the cooking directions are very simple. Cooking Directions: Put salt and garlic powder on chicken legs and leave them for 10 minutes in a bowl. Put milk on the chicken. Spread flour on dried chicken legs. Heat oil in a deep frying pan to 350 degrees and fry the chicken legs for 10 minutes. Simple, right?

Once you give this dish a try, you’ll end up making it weekly. It’s delicious and cheap, so it’s perfect for a family that is on a food budget. After you make this you’ll have to admit that the Japanese can make some good fried chicken legs. Next time in Japan, check out their fried food places…they are awesome.

Now, you can try other Japanese dishes! Your family will thank you after each dish because they are all so tasty. Don’t limit your Japanese food to sushi and this new fried chicken leg dish. Good luck cooking, frying and grilling!

Tasty fried chicken legs and combine it with this appetizing shrimp salad recipe