Ingredients

How to make it

  • Wash and cut chicken into squares.
  • Chop green onion into thin rings.
  • Mix all ingredient EXCEPT oil into a large mixing bowl. Should resemble a pancake batter.
  • Add chopped chicken to this batter and marinate for 4 hrs or best if over night.
  • In large frying pan add about and inch or so of veggie oil .
  • When oil is hot, drop the battered chicken pieces in and fry till golden and cooked.
  • Sprinkle with Sesame seeds if desired.
  • Usually served over white rice, over a bed of chopped cabbage.
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  • jimnjules 3 years ago
    Gonna attempt this today for the first time. Don't have veggie oil so I'll chance'em with corn oil. Wish me luck.
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  • jvsly3 3 years ago
    do not use regular rice flour. the recipe will not turn out. if you cannot find mochiko rice flour use glutinous rice flour instead. They're the same thing.
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  • doubled 4 years ago
    This looks absolutely delicious. A must try. Thanks for such a great post. Dan
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  • mrgresch 5 years ago
    Looks like a great recipe!
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  • nadira 5 years ago
    Welcome all, and hope you all enjoyed it and hope that 60mile drive was worth it lol.. Next time, you can check online asian grocers and see if you can order it online ;)
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    " It was excellent "
    mark555 ate it and said...
    Great recipe, it took us years to find a market that sells Aloha Shoyu anywhere close. 60 miles is close, right? Thank you for posting this, we will give it a try.
    Mark
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  • nadira 5 years ago
    Mochicko is Japanese Rice Flour I dont know what the difference would be with regular rice flour if any. If the rice flour you have there is similar in consistancy to cornstarch, then I assume is should work. Give it a try and let us know :)
    Thanks,
    N
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  • martinjumper 5 years ago
    sounds great, never heard of monchiko flour here in Belgium, I supose regular rice flour would work or is there something else in the mochiko ?
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    " It was excellent "
    trigger ate it and said...
    This sounds terrific and I love the ginger.
    I am printing this one out to try this week.
    Five forks and a smile :)
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    great tasty recipe thanks bunches love it.high 5
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  • nadira 5 years ago
    You can find Mochiko Rice Flour in the Asian sections or in Asian grocer, often times you'll find the Aloha Soy sauce there too.
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