Deep-fried soup planned for KFC Japan

ELIE AYROUTH
Last updated 10:38 04/09/2013
Deep-fried soup

NICE AND CRISPY: KFC Japan has the latest take on food fusion - deep-fried soup.

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In what seems like an apparent one-upsmanship act against American county fairs, the folks at KFC Japan have recently announced they will be offering a deep-fried soup product this month.

According to RocketNews24, one of the current items that sits as a "common fixture in Japanese cafes" is a creamy soup corn potage.

The result apparently includes KFC launching a deep-fried corn potage fritter, describing their process in a frighteningly nonchalant manner, "We bread the corn potage and cook it to a crisp."

The deep-fried soup will be available for a limited time only at KFC locations across Japan.

- Business Insider

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