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Khan Poong Sal is a popular Korean-Chinese fusion dish, made of crispy boneless chicken pieces smothered in a sweet and spicy sauce. The ingredients to this dish as well as the cooking process are rather simple but beautifully delicious. Thinly cut slices of chicken are dunked in a batter, then fried until golden brown. Once they cool down a little bit, a magical sauce, consisting of oyster sauce, soy sauce, and some vinegar, is poured over the fried chicken pieces, and briefly cooked over with some vegetables like peas and chopped carrots. The sauce should be thoroughly mixed in and cover every surface of the meat. Khan Poong Sal is beloved for its signature texture and taste. The double fry method of first deep frying then frying over sauce gives the pieces of fried chicken an unbelievable texture that is crunchy and chewy on the outside and soft and juicy on the inside. Then, the unforgettable and addictive taste of Khan Poong Sal is a combination of all the major flavors of sweetness, nuttiness, saltiness, spiciness and savory goodness. The small chunks of vegetables in the dish offer some added texture to the already texture-rich dish. For recommended food pairings, Khan Poong Sal goes amazingly well with other Korean-Chinese fusion dishes on our menu, such as Jjam Pong and Jja Jang Myun. Where to find Khan Poong Sal on our menu (menu number C3: https://www.hwagaejangtuh.com/home/menu/chinese