I tried FamilyMart's hot snack "Famichiki". A limited quantity dish with a nice pepper that makes your tongue numb.
The selling price is 198 yen (tax included). Gochujang is used for the batter, and the "spicy spiciness" seasoned with Chinese pepper and chili peppers is a habit.
Inside the store, they are lined up in the hot snack corner in front of the cash register. When you place an order, it will be delivered in the usual yellow Famichiki paper bag. When I took it home and took it out of the packaging, the reddish batter looked similar to the classic "spicy chicken" and the previous limited-edition flavor "Famichiki (cheese dak-galbi flavor)".
When you cut it, the gravy oozes out. When you taste it, you can feel the individuality of the tingling and squishy peppers from the moment your tongue touches the clothes.
In addition, the taste of chicken and the flavor of gochujang are heard in the batter, so you can enjoy the richness. A perfect snack for those who like mapo tofu and dandan noodles. The impression is that it goes well with beer and chu-hi knobs.