Agemono is a Japanese term for either deep-fat fried or pan fried foods
Other definition:
Agemono is a Japanese term referring to deep-fat or pan-fried fried foods. It indicates deep-fried dishes, such as tempura. Age means deep-frying in Japanese.

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