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Korean Fried Chicken

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  1. jdcamb

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    I don't know how to make it or anything. I just wanted to say it is awesome. Folks get all goofy on Soju….
     
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    Where did you find Korean Fried Chicken?
     
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    The folks who live behind me are Korean. I cut their lawn for them.
     
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    Yes... Wet with sauce, but crispy skinned as they double cook it. The cooker looks like a tiny electric egg. the top weighs 20lbs. Very cool. I returned the dishes from last night and they gave me a box of rice balls in a sweet honey srachi sauce. I like the spicy sweet sauce they put on most everything. Quite impressive....
     
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    Skimmed the thread, looks like house pet
     
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    They take a cut of meat called flap steak and marinate it in BBQ sauce. They then sear the slabs until crispy in what looks like a upside down wok. It was so awesome. I call the old lady Mom and she loves me. They are the nicest neighbors I have ever had...