All that talk of KFC (Korean fried chicken) has left us with a serious craving for deep-fried foods. We’re calling this Tuesday a cheat day, as we ditch the diet in favour of Asia’s ultimate deep-fried dishes.
For a Malaysian twist on Korean fried chicken, tuck into a bucket of these jumbo wings, seasoned with shrimp paste, oyster sauce and black pepper. They’re perfect beer fodder.
Fluffy, crunchy and hot: these these Japanese potato and corn croquettes form the winning trifecta of fried foods.
With their golden, bubbled base and tender filling, these Chinese dumplings make a worthy detour from your diet. But be warned, they’re seriously addictive.
A far cry from your Sunday bacon and eggs, this tempting Thai dish comprises deep-fried eggs slathered in a pungent chilli and soy sauce.
This delicate Japanese starter is pure comfort food: cubes of silken tofu, fried to a pale golden, then served in a savoury dashi broth with flavourful bonito flakes.
A Thai takeaway favourite, this crispy fried noodle dish is perfect for scoffing on the couch. Plus, our homemade version is ready in 20 minutes, way faster than delivery.
For an indulgent starter or snack, encase fresh scallops in wonton wrappers or flaky pastry.
Flavoured with kaffir lime and fiery jungle curry paste, these tasty little fish cakes make the ideal entree for a Thai meal.
Filled with prawns, pork or vegetables, this dim sum staple is a sure-fire hangover cure.
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Crunchy on the outside, gooey within, this sticky, sweet street-food is a must-try on every trip to Thailand. Get the recipe here.
Before you start sizzling, read our 5 tips for deep-frying.
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