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Deep Fried Spicy Chicken Gizzards Recipe

Chicken Gizzards

gizzards

Dak-ttongjip, literally “chicken gizzard“, is a Korean dish made by stir-frying chicken gizzard with spices. It is a popular anju (accompaniment to alcoholic drinks). The dish can also be called dak-ttongjip-bokkeum, as it is a bokkeum (stir-fried dish).

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Hi. I’m Denis welcome to YUM YUM COOK. This video teaches you how to make Deep Fried Spicy Chicken Gizzards at home.

Ingredients
– Chicken gizzards
– Mirin
– Salt
– Flour
– Water
– Oil

* Spicy sauce recipe
– 2 tbsp Korean spicy sauce
– 3 tbsp maple syrup
– 2 crushed garlic
– 1 soy sauce
– 1 ketchup

 

Let’s start!

Directions(10 steps)

1. Soak the chicken gizzards for 10 minutes in the mirin. (To remove the smell of chicken and soften the meat)
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2. Rub the chicken gizzards with salt and flour. (To remove impurities from the gizzards surface)
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3. Wash it twice with water.
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4. Makes deep-fried batter with water, flour and egg.
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5. Coat the washed gizzards with flour back and forth, and put in the deep-fried batter.
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6. Put gizzards in 190 degrees of oil and fry for 8 minutes.
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7. Make spicy sauce by referring to the recipe.
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8. Put the spicy sauce into the hot pan, reduce the fire when the sauce boils, add the fried gizzards and stir-fry together.
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9. Put a chicken gizzards on a plate and sprinkle with roasted sesame seeds.
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10. Enjoy your spicy chicken gizzards!
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Thank you for watching,

Chef Denis

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