Saengson Kas is a deep-fried white fish popular in Korea. Inspired by the fish in Fish and Chips, this recipe calls for a lighter batter and Japanese breadcrumbs resulting in a crunchier dish. In Korea, you’ll see many different types of meats being used, such as chicken, beef and pork.
If you follow this recipe for Saengseon Kas, you’ll make perfectly light and crispy fish fillets. Good luck!
- 12 oz Haddock
- 2 Eggs (2 Pinches Salt)
- ¼ Cup Flour
- 1½ Cup Korean Bread Crumbs
- Salt and Black Pepper
- Frying Oil
- Cut the fish diagonally with the grain, so the pieces are about 1 1/2 inch thick. Salt and pepper the fish on all sides.
- Beat the eggs and salt.
- Pour the flour in a shallow bowl and place this beside the eggs.
- In another shallow bowl, pour in the breadcrumbs.
- Heat a flat pan over high flame and pour in the oil.
- To check if the oil is hot enough, test with a wooden chopstick. If bubbles form, that means you’re good to go!
- Dip each piece of flour and coat so that the whole piece if fully covered. Next dip into the egg mixture. And finally, into the bread crumbs.
- Fry each fillet until golden brown for 1-2 minutes. Drain on paper towels.
Saengseon Kas Recipe
This fish is best served hot with a sauce of your choice. For a creamy finish, we think its best paired with tartar sauce. Enjoy!
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