Thinly slice the karaage, then julienne the cucumber.
And just mix it up with the Chinese dressing Recipe ID: 2563112.
It'll be done in a blink of an eye. It's delicious with julienned cabbage or bean sprouts.
Story Behind this Recipe
When making dinner, why don't you set aside a piece or two of the karaage? Then, you can make this to have for dinner the following day. The texture of leftover karaage becomes just like ham the next day. Just mix it all together to make a filling side dish.
You can also use steamed chicken, boiled chicken, tatsuta-age, etc. The easy Chinese dressing goes well with bean sprouts or jellyfish as well.