Wednesday, June 13, 2018

kushikatsu -

Kushikatsu ( ?) Is a food origin of the Kansai region of Japan in the form of small pieces of seafood, meat and vegetables stabbed with bamboo sticks dipped in flour dough and coated before being fried in many oils. The food is called kushikatsu because it is a katsu (fried meat with panir flour) poked on kushi (bamboo prick).

In the Kanto area, kushikatsu is known by the name of Kushiage, a 3-4 cm pork chop, pierced alternately with onions or scallions and fried after coating with panir flour.

Kushikatsu is said to have been created in the Shinsekai area of Naniwa-ku district, Osaka.