This is how KFC Japan makes deep fried soup


Back in 2013, KFC Japan started the popular corn hot pot trend then, and added deep fried soup to its menu (via Delicious foods). Based on Master class, corn potage similar to a corn chowder and contains creamed corn, chicken broth, onions, milk, cream, and butter. Delish says the food fad was started by ice cream brand Gari Gari-kun that has added corn flavor to its frozen treat line. It was so successful that stores had trouble keeping stock. Soup quickly became a staple on the menus of Japanese cafes.

Although it’s marketed as deep-fried soup (and really what’s better?), KFC’s concoction is really just breaded crumbs of fried corn with a “soft and creamy” middle. Based on Huffington Post, nuggets are made by coating a ball of cornmeal in flour and then deep frying in hot oil. SoraNews24 also explained that, according to a KFC Japan press release, the recipe they used was inspired by the original bacon and potato fries recipe introduced in Colonel Sanders’ autobiography. For now, this item has only been seen in Japan but it will probably make its way to the US soon if we’re lucky.

https://www.mashed.com/710031/heres-how-kfc-japan-made-deep-fried-soup/ This is how KFC Japan makes deep fried soup

Britta Zeltmann

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