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Karaage (唐揚げ or 空揚げ or から揚げ [kaɽaaɡe]?) (approximately KAH-rah-AH-ge 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. Small pieces of the food are marinated in a mix of soy sauce, garlic, and/or ginger, then lightly coated with a seasoned wheat flour or potato starch mix, and fried in a light oil — similar to the preparation of tempura.
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