Unlocking the Secrets of Korean Fried Chicken


Korean fried chicken, also known as "chikin," originated in South Korea in the 1960s and gained immense popularity in the 2000s.


The secret to the signature crispiness of Korean fried chicken lies in the double-frying technique.


Koreans love to serve their fried chicken with pickled radish, known as "musaengchae


Korean fried chicken is coated in a light and delicate batter made from a combination of flour, cornstarch, and sometimes even rice flour.


To add a glossy and sticky glaze to the chicken, a mixture of rice syrup, soy sauce, and other ingredients is applied after the frying process.