Les restaurants PFK du Japon serviront une soupe de maïs frite à leurs clients à compter du 5 septembre.

Selon le Rocket News 24, le potage de maïs est très populaire au Japon et peut être trouvé n'importe où, du restaurant de qualité au dépanneur 7-Eleven.

Comment est-il possible de frire un liquide? Une cuillerée de cette soupe à la texture épaisse est d'abord enrobée de panure puis plongée dans l'huile bouillante. C'est un peu le même principe que la crème glacée frite.

Est-ce que cette soupe frite sera un succès? L'avenir nous le dira!


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