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Chicken tatsuta
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 katakuriko 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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References

  1. ^ Marx, W. David (June 26, 2015). "Japanese comeback: The Chicken Tatsuta returns". CNN Travel. Retrieved June 26, 2015.