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Cauliflower Fritters, Fried Cauliflower with Garlic Flavor

Cauliflower, which has a light flavor, is battered with a punch of garlic and made into fritters. The outside is crispy and the inside is soft.
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Karaage with Sweet Sour Sauce, Perfect Meal Prep

Normally, karaage is seasoned with soy sauce and sugar. This is simple salty taste, with sweet sour sauce. It's a perfect meal prep.
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Juicy Salted Karaage: Season and Freeze as Meal Prep

Normal karaage is seasoned with soy sauce and sugar. This is simple salty taste, and also tasty. You can season and freeze it for meal prep.
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Chicken Namban, Fried Chicken with Vinegar and Tartar Sauce

Chicken Nanban is a dish made in Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. Fried chicken is dipped in a sweet sour sauce and topped with tartar sauce.
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Crispy Tempura with All Types of Flour

You can make crispy tempura with any types of flour! Just add potato starch, and the tempura become crispy. Easy and no-fail tempura recipe!
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Menchikatsu with Plentiful Spring Cabbage

Menchikatsu is Japanese deep fried meatballs with batter. The crispy batter and juicy meat are tasty, and easier to make than korokke.
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Perfect Tasted Potato and Meat Korokke

Korokke is one of the most popular ready-to-eat food in Japan. Overseas, we need to cook it by hand, and this delicious korokke is worth it.
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Tonkatsu, Japanese Pork Cutlet

Tonkatsu is Japanese pork cutlet. You can eat tonkatsu as it is, or make it into a katsu sandwich or serve it on rice as katsu don.
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Satsumaage, 6 Different Types of Japanese Fish Cakes

Satsumaage is a Japanese deep-fried fish cake. It’s common to buy them in Japan, but we can make it by ourselves, and it’s delicious.
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Aburaage – Thin Sliced Fried Tofu

Aburaage is deep-fried thin sliced tofu. It’s good to eat with soy sauce and ground ginger, also a good ingredient for many recipes!
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Gammodoki

Gammodoki is Japanese traditional deep-fried tofu cake. It’s good to eat with soy sauce and cook with dashi.
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Japanese Chicken Karaage, No Sake, No Mirin

One of the most famous and popular Japanese foods is no doubt chicken karaage. Here's a perfect and easy recipe, without sake and mirin!
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Pork Karaage, No Sake, No Mirin

These chunky pieces of pork karaage are seasoned mouth-watering with a rich sweet&salty marinade of ginger and garlic. Cooked karaage-style.
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