Japanese-style Panko Crusted Oyster Fritters with Tartar Sauce Recipe Video

Kaki Furai (Deep Fried Oyster) is a popular dish in winter. I used to hate oyster when I was small but now I can eat it ;) My darling and I love to eat it with tartar sauce, lemon, or tonkatsu sauce. Or, all together. hehe It is pretty delicious! Yummy :P

Summary

Preparation Time10 MinCooking Time5 Min
Ready In15 MinDifficulty LevelEasy
Health IndexAverageServings4
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Directions

GETTING READY
1. Rinse oysters in salted water. Remove on to a paper towel and drain well to remove excess water.

MAKING
2. Sprinkle salt and pepper over oysters. Lightly coat the oysters with flour. When the flour gets moist, coat the oysters again with flour. In this way the oysters won't absorb the frying oil and the batter stays on better, so you can make crispy fried oysters.
3. Dip in beaten egg and coat with Panko. Use one hand to dip in egg and the other hand to coat Panko to keep one of your hands dry.
4. Fry them in hot oil at 170 degree C (340F) until golden brown. Turn the oysters over with a slotted spoon to cook evenly. Remove them from the oil and drain.
5. Mix all the ingredients for the tartar sauce.

SERVING
6. Serve the fried oysters on a plate with shredded cabbage and some grape tomatoes. Dip into the tartar sauce and eat. Or eat with lemon juice or tonkatsu sauce. Or all of them!

Editors Review

Everyone loves panko, or Japanese bread crumb that gives fried foods an airy, light, and super crispy coating. Kaki furai is one of those fried appetizers that most seafood lovers order at a Japanese restaurant. Everyone loves panko, or Japanese bread crumb that gives fried foods an airy, light, and super crispy coating. These deep-fried panko-crusted oysters are delicious and so easy to make. Even those who don’t like oysters will love these crispy ones when dipped in the delicious tartar sauce.
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