The idea was dropped due to Sōma's theory that the Karaage did not match the packaging designs to attract the customers.
- Chicken Breast
- Curry Powder
- Grated Cheese
Real Facts Edit
Karaage (唐揚げ or 空揚げ or から揚げ [kaɾaaɡe]) (approximately KAH-rah-AH-geh in English), is a Japanese cooking technique in which various foods — most often chicken, but also other meat and fish — are deep fried in oil. The process involves lightly coating small pieces of the meat or fish with a seasoned wheat flour or potato starch mix, and frying in a light oil. Occasionally, the foods are marinated prior to coating with the seasoning mix. The process is similar in technique to the preparation of tempura.