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Flounder Kara-age

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(Flounder Kara-age / Image)

Kara-age is a technique for deep frying without a batter, to highlight the natural taste of an ingredient. Foods are simply dredged in flour or starch, to seal the surface, and plopped into a vat of bubbling oil. Flat fish like flounder is delicious deep-fried this way (so is tofu and chicken).
The grated daikon adds fresh flavor, and when added to the dipping sauce, thickens it and helps it adhere to the flounder.
The method for this dish is super straightforward:

* Cut the flounder into chunks and lightly salt. Thickly peel daikon and coarsely grate. Thinly slice scallions and soak in water for 10 minutes; then squeeze the scallions dry.
* Prepare the dipping sauce by bringing 1/2 cup mirin to a boil in a small saucepan
* then adding 1/2 cup soy sauce and 1 1/2 cups dashi; bring the liquid to a boil again, turn off the heat and set aside.
* Fill a pot with 2 inches of vegetable oil and heat to about 340 degrees F (170 degrees C).
* Dredge the flounder in flour and deep fry for about 4 minutes, until golden; do this in batches. Transfer the flounder to a plate lined with newspaper or paper towel to drain excess oil. Serve like you see in the picture above. To eat, add the daikon and scallions to the dipping sauce, dip in the fish and go to town! Questions? Please post them in comments.

By JS Jul 24, 2011
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