Top Rated Mochiko Chicken Recipes

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Divalicious *808*
Nothing fancy, just your basic Mochiko Chicken recipe...works every time! Prep time does not include overnight marinating, which is a must to achieve the best flavor.
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caffeine junkie
Mochiko flour can be found in the Asian aisle in most supermarkets. I prefer the Koda Farms Blue Star brand that comes in a white box. Mochiko chicken is a favorite here in the Islands and can be found at many restaurants and lunchwagons. Great for potlucks. Preparation time does not include marinating time.
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RubenR
Ingredients: 2-5 pounds chicken cut into chunks 4 tablespoons corn starch 5 tablespoons soy sauce 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 2 cloves garlic 3 green onions cut-up 5 tablespoons sugar 5 tablespoons Mochiko flour (sweet rice flour) cooking oil 1. Mix ...
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Very Very tasty chicken. Just like the one I had when I was in Japan. I used only one egg and added some sesame oil instead. I also added some chopped ginger. For chicken, I used boness skinless thighs. Thank you for this recipe!
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Chef #167057
A wonderful Asian chicken dish. Great for picnics and pot lucks.
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Akikobay
Classic Hawaiian-style chicken. Great for picnics, kids love this. Do not substitute the Mochiko for other flours...it's the secret ingredient! Cook time does not include time to marinate.
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Nancy Jones-Ailor
A garlicky marinade of rice flour, soy sauce, eggs, green onion and cayenne precedes the deep fry for this Asian entree. You can customize this dish by varying the spices according to your preferences.
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Kana Kahuna
Asian fried chicken..very tasty!
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Timothy J Higgins Eva
Hawaiian luau. Each person or family attending the luau is responsible for making and bringing one dish.
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Mama Smith
Asian flavors are fused into the chicken with an overnight marinade. When fried, the batter turns crispy and savory.
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nadira
Mochiko is Japanese rice flour. This is a "Japanese teriyaki flavored fried chicken" if you had to sum it up. It's a Local (Hawaii) Favorite and its usually eaten with white rice and a side of veggies, (Hawaii is famous for double starching, usually rice with a macaroni side) I choose to omit the double starch and add a veggie, such as a broccoli or normandy mix.
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