Korean Fried Chicken in Denver/metro?
been reading a lot about the Korean style fried chicken at places like Bon Chon Chicken in NYC.
Do we have anything like that here? I want some, very very badly.
(For what I'm talking about check NYT link, but I think NYT makes you register...)
Please keep me posted if you find anything. There used to be a place in the 1980s that served this when I was growing up in Littleton. Korean-owned mom and pop shop, and all they served was fried chicken and french fries. Too bad they weren't open very long. I never realized until reading the NYT article just now that it was Korean-style chicken.... Duh! I never knew such a thing existed. No wonder it tasted so good. Man, that was the best fried chicken ever!
No luck so far but did have excellent chicken bulgogi at Restaurant Han Kang at 1910 S. Havana. First time ever in a korean restaurant so it may well have been mediocre, I'd never know. Although--no, that chicken was NOT mediocre. Or if it was, I sure would like some good chicken bulgogi.
Turns out I like kimchee, who knew?
As to the chicken, in lieu of the korean fried chicken in place like Bon Chon chicken in NYC, I found a recipe for a BONELESS fried chicken that's marinated in a garlic soy sauce then dusted in a flour/cornstarch/seasoning mix and deep fried, sounds similar except for being prepared with strips of boneless chicken. It's called ggan pung gi, from mykoreankitchen.com