Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Kushikatsu Dengana

Do you know "kushikatsu"?
It's a Japanese-style deep-fried kabob. "Kushi" means a skewer and "katsu" means a deep-fried cutlet of meat. We fry fish and vegetables as well.

Almost two weeks ago, my boyfriend and I went to a newly opened kushikatsu restaurant called "Kushikatsu Dengana" located in a shopping district near home.

They care about their batter, frying oil, and sauce.
- They blend yam in the batter and use special panko (bread crumbs) that don't absorb too much oil, so their kushikatsu is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside!
- They use light and healthy Dutch frying oil.
- Their home-made sauce is light and delicious.

They are very particular about the way they cook, so each kushikatus was simple but delicious! I loved onions ;)

Oh no. Typhoon #18 is going to hit Tokyo this afternoon... My boyfriend and I were going to visit my parents. We'd better change our plan.

Sorry that I'm way behind on replies again... I will catch up soon!

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2 comments:

  1. I have not heard of that before but it looks delicious.

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  2. Hi Tornadoes28,

    I think you love it!
    I'm glad I posted something new for you ;)

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