Top Rated Vegetable Tempura Recipes

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International Recipes
from Yardley, PA, USA1/2 Green Pepper sliced2 Eggs beaten1 cup Flour2 cups Sesame OilDip vegetables into flour and then into egg wash.Fry one at a time until golden brown and crisp approximately 3 minutes.Oil temperature must remain constant. ...
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Anonymous
Ingredients: 2 pounds assorted sliced vegetables patted dry (such as eggplant, carrot, broccoli, zucchini and onions) 2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups chilled seltzer or club soda - (to 2 1/4) Vegetable oil for frying In a bowl ...
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International Recipes
from Yardley, PA, USA1/2 Green Pepper sliced2 Eggs beaten1 cup Flour2 cups Sesame OilDip vegetables into flour and then into egg wash.Fry one at a time until golden brown and crisp approximately 3 minutes.Oil temperature must remain constant. ...
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Cooking Index
Tempura is a Japanese frying technique in which small pieces of food are dipped in a thin batter and fried in hot oil in a wok. The result is a very delicate, crunchy and tender delicacy. It is important to prepare all ingredients, including dipping ...
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hipbonez
So easy and healthier than regular fried foods. Try any vegetables, these are just my personal favorite for tempura. Itadakimatsu! (bon apetit!)
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Celticevergreen
This is a copycat of the Benihana Vegetable Tempura served at the restaurant. The tempura batter only makes enough for one type of tempura, Mixed Vegetable, Onion or Cauliflower so you will need to decide what type of tempura to make.
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Chichi Wang
Tempura with a dashi-based dipping sauce is a peerless combination, but having freshly made dashi on hand is not always realistic. Adding a dollop of curry paste to a tempura batter, on the other hand, is easily accomplished. Just as the recipe for classic Japanese tempura dictates, the batter should be somewhat lumpy to achieve a light, crispy coating when fried. In place of using only water, I like to add an ice cube to the batter to keep the mixture from growing tepid as I deep-fry. When fried in a curry-based batter, the vegetables are savory and flavorful on their own without needing an accompanying sauce. Just about any vegetable pairs well with the curry, though I am partial to eggplants. Whenever I have stewed kale on hand, I dip large sections into the batter and deep-fry until the leaves are irresistibly crisp.
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Manami
Since October is cancer awareness month I thought I would add my little grain of sand with this nutritionally sound and vitamin filled dish. Courtesy of Better Homes & Gardens with some tweaking by me.
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Witch Doctor
I love tempura in any fashion! Not listed in the ingredients here but is one of my favorites is sweet potatoes (or yams). The tempura flour can be found in the Asian section of most big grocery chains. I have found that the ice cubes is absolutely necessary. If you don't use it, I guarantee that the results will not be as expected!
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Marcia Kiesel, Food & Wine DECEMBER 2001
A sweet and spicy sauce like this is perfect with boiled shrimp, steamed edamame or vegetable tempura
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Marcia Kiesel, Food & Wine DECEMBER 2001
A sweet and spicy sauce like this is perfect with boiled shrimp, steamed edamame or vegetable tempura
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Ingredients Reviewer's note:Ingredients:• Cooking oil• Tempura batter• Vegetables of choice (squash, parsley, etcetera) Directions Reviewer's note:This video shows you some of the basic principles of cooking a vegetable tempura. The entire ...
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