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Chicken tatsuta

Chicken tatsuta (チキン タツタ) is a Japanese-style fried chicken burger sold and trademarked by McDonald’s Japan.

Tatsuta-age [ja] indicates a way of cooking using deep frying. After marinating meat or fish, the meat is sprinkled with Japanese katakuri-ko (potato starch) before frying. Corn starch is also used if katakuri-ko is unavailable. Tatsuta dishes are cooked with pork, mackerel or whale as well. They can also be served for lunch with bread as a kind of sandwich or bun.[1]

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  1. ^ Marx, W. David (June 26, 2015). "Japanese comeback: The Chicken Tatsuta returns". CNN Travel. Archived from the original on June 26, 2015. Retrieved January 11, 2024.