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Kushikatsu (串カツ?), also known as kushiage (串揚げ?), is a Japanese dish of deep-fried skewered meat and vegetables. In Japanese, kushi (串?) refers to the skewers used while katsu means a deep-fried cutlet of meat.
Kushikatsu can be made with chicken, pork, seafood, and seasonal vegetables. These are skewered on bamboo kushi; dipped in egg, flour, and panko; and deep-fried in vegetable oil. They may be served straight or with tonkatsu sauce.
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