Fried chicken is such a beloved food that cultures around the world share an appreciation for. Here are some favorite renditions across the globe:
Korea: Signature Fried Chicken
Dakgangjeong (Korean fried chicken) is sticky, crunchy, and almost candylike.
United States: Chicken Fingers
White chicken meat pieces breaded, deep-fried, and served with a basket of fries.
Southeast Asia: Fried Chicken Wings
Chicken wings as they’re done in parts of Southeast Asia: flash-fried without any batter, then served with a fiery, tangy dipping sauce.
Hawaii and Japan: Chicken Katsudon
A pounded white meat chicken cutlet with tonkatsu sauce over rice.
United States: Orange Chicken
A Chinese-American creation of chicken that’s battered, fried, and coated in orange chili sauce.
Upstate New York: Buffalo Chicken
A tangy, fiery sandwich inspired by the original buffalo wing from Upstate New York.