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How to Make Ginger Fried Chicken | Hilah Cooking

How to Make Ginger Fried Chicken |  Hilah Cooking

Make ginger fried chicken nuggets: Boneless chicken, marinated in ginger, garlic, vinegar and soy sauce, lightly breaded and fried. This ginger fried chicken was inspired by a restaurant in Hawaii. It's a great way to fry chicken breast or thigh. Ginger fried chicken recipe at
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How to Make Ginger Fried Chicken | Hilah Cooking

Make ginger fried chicken nuggets: Boneless chicken, marinated in ginger, garlic, vinegar and soy sauce, lightly breaded and fried. This ginger fried chicken was inspired by a restaurant in Hawaii. It's a great way to fry chicken breast or thigh. Ginger fried chicken recipe at http://hilahcooking.com/ginger-fried-chicken/
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26 Responses to “How to Make Ginger Fried Chicken | Hilah Cooking”

  1. JeusEx says:

    The ingredients are similar to karaage, japanese fried chicken, minus the
    vinegar. Looks really tasty tho!

  2. Greg's Kitchen says:

    looks yummy!

  3. BigMeat Sunday says:

    Looks delicious Hilah, great recipe !

  4. Jennifer V says:

    I kind of miss the retro 70’s kitchen

  5. Byron Chandler says:

    Hi, Hilah. That chicken looks really gorgeous and mouthwatering. You really
    are a genius when it comes to cooking. I have a question, do you have any
    tips on how to be a great cook or baker? Please let me know. See ya in the
    next vid, Hilah. Byron. ;-)

    • Hilah Cooking says:

      +Byron Chandler Hey Byron! Like anything, the key to getting to be a great
      cook is to practice a lot! And once you have a recipe really perfected,
      start playing around with it by adding a small amount of one new herb or
      spice and see how you like it that way. By trying new combinations in a
      recipe, you’ll probably come up with new ideas to try with other recipes,
      too.

  6. river rat says:

    i love general tso’s chicken and this looks very similar. yummy.

  7. My Green Gypsy says:

    What kind of oil do you use for frying? Would coconut oil work?

  8. Rachel Sweets says:

    Looks delicious hon

  9. Evolved Ape says:

    You are my favorite

  10. Judith Loue says:

    I like to do this with chicken drumsticks…they already have a “handle”.
    Thighs are good, too….the marinating time is a bit longer, for dark meat,
    but pays off in the end.

  11. mchavarria91 says:

    This looks delicious! How did this compare to the ginger fried chicken you
    had in Hawaii? Would you say the batter on their vs yours had more spices
    and maybe more ginger in it or was it about the same? Just curious. ^_^

  12. BBQGuys.com says:

    I love ginger and I love fried chicken, this is a great recipe!

  13. Dream Cream Fruit Cakes says:

    My sister prefers thighs. I think she’s weird.

  14. castillo tallaj says:

    She reminds me of Phoebe from friends. :)

  15. Brandon Zech says:

    this looks great and simple I’m going to try this for sure

  16. Anonymoose says:

    Love it, got to make it! I love what ginger and shoyu do to chicken!

  17. White Thunder BBQ says:

    well that looks really good!

  18. silvertongue00 says:

    I have just tried it and it tastes incredibly delicious. Crispy on the
    outside and tender on the inside. And it is super easy and quick to make.

  19. Nicholas DiMoro says:

    Hilah I make this all the time with rice vinegar – I would recommend trying
    to use potato starch instead. It gives the crust a more light, crispy
    crunch. Delicious!

  20. timotheus1973 says:

    You look super cute with the pigtails. Also, with all the sodium in the soy
    sauce, you probably could have left that chicken out for a few days and
    still been safe to cook/eat. (Ok maybe not that long but an hour is no big
    whoop.) Later Hilah!