In Japan, fried maple leaves are popular as snacks, which is a traditional Japanese food.
This' maple leaf tempura 'method, which is said to have been popular for thousands of years, is a very common snack in local cities. It's not as simple as frying maple leaves.
The leaves should be salted for at least one year, then coated with batter made of flour, sesame and sugar, and fried for 20 minutes before success. The taste of the leaves is fresh, the fragrance is slightly sweet and the taste is crisp.