Sale! Agemono – Deep-FryingDVD 6: Lessons 11 - 12$108.69 $76.09 Length: approx. 120 minutes Bilingual (English/Japanese) English language mini-texts containing explicit recipes for all dishes prepared in Lessons 11 and 12 (on DVD). Includes all shipping charges for orders shipped to the U.S.A. Quantity Add to cart Description Reviews (0) Lessons 11 and 12: Agemono: Deep-Frying Deep-fried food is a relative newcomer to Japanese cuisine. It wasn’t until the 17th and 18th centuries that this style of cooking was introduced to Japan. Nevertheless, over the years, this wonderful and delicious method of preparation has become more and more important in the preparation of Japanese food. Today the use of agemono in the Japanese kitchen is ubiquitous, and no serious student of Japanese cuisine can overlook this wonderful method of preparing delicious Japanese dishes. Many Westerners have heard of the staple of Japanese agemono, tempura. However, tempura is only one of many types of agemono. In Lessons 11 and 12, TSUJI’s professor will explain the four main kinds of deep-frying in the Japanese kitchen. 4 Kinds of Agemono: Koromo-age: batter frying, as with tempura Su-age: plain frying, without coating Kara-age: frying foods in a coating of flour, potato starch, cornstarch, or kudzu root starch Kawari-age: modified frying; where various ingredients are used in the preparation of the coating, or where the foods are seasoned before coating Agemono Techniques: The basics behind the four different ways of deep-frying in Japanese cooking The importance of the type of oil used in deep-frying How to gauge oil temperature Recipes from Lessons 11 and 12: Tempura Whitebait Kakiage Deep-Fried Eggplant Karei Flounder Kara-age Deep-Fried Marinated Scallops, and Prawns Fried in Yuba With English language mini-texts containing the recipes for all dishes in Lessons 11 and 12 prepared by TSUJI’s professors. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Agemono – Deep-Frying” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review.