Kung Pao Popcorn Fried Chicken

Kung Pao roughly translates as “palace guardian”, so named after an official governor of the Sichuan province during the late Qing dynasty. As with many dishes this has travelled the world, leaving the names meaning on the wayside, relentlessly morphing on its voyage to suit the palates of the countries it’s passing through, just about hanging onto the peanut and Shaoxing rice wine vestments of its Imperial Chinese youth. Our version fries the chicken in batter to make in extra delicious.

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