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Tempura Prawns | Crispy Japanese Battered Prawns | Ebi Tempura

tempura prawns

Tempura Prawns | Crispy Japanese Battered Prawns

tempura prawns recipe

Tempura Prawns | Crispy Japanese Battered Prawns | Ebi Tempura |

 

Tempura is the ever popular Japanese Batter Fried Seafood or Vegetable dish that can be served as starters. Tempura Prawns | Crispy Japanese Battered Prawns is without doubt the most popular. So easy to make. The batter is very light and yet so crisp. Tempura must be served immediately.  I sometimes marinate the prawns in a little soy sauce and sesame oil first, which I think is not traditional. Key to making a good batter is that It must be very cold (add ice cubes) and it must have some lumps (not super smooth). Consistency, may be adjusted to personal taste though, I like my batter a little thinner. I added more liquid.

 

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Teriyaki Salmon

teriyaki salmon

Teriyaki Salmon

  Salmon prepared the Teriyaki way is quite mouth watering and delicious.  It contains, Mirin and Sake  although in small quantities. I have reproduced the recipe without any of the alcohol, making it a non alcoholic Teriyaki Salmon.

teriyaki salmon recipe

Teriyaki Salmon

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Yakitori (Japanese Grilled Skewered Chicken Meatballs)

Yakitori Chicken

Yummy Yakitori!

Yakitori (Japanese Grilled Skewered Chicken Meatballs)

These delectable skewered grilled chicken meatballs are our take on the Japanese Favorite. Served with the special sauce straight off the grill! Yakitori (Japanese Grilled Skewered Chicken Meatballs) are simply yum!
Yakitori Skewers
  • Yakitori (焼き鳥),  or grilled chicken, refers to a Japanese Skewered Grilled Chicken. The term “yakitori” can also refer to skewered food in general.
  • Yakitori is made with several bite-sized pieces of chicken meat, mounted on a bamboo skewer and grilled, usually over charcoal.
  • Diners ordering yakitori usually have a choice of having it cooked with salt (shio), or with tare sauce; a combination of of Mirin a sweet Japanese Rice Wine, Sake Stronger Japanese Rice Wine, Shoyu – Japanese Soya Sauce and sugar. The sauce is applied to the skewered meat which is grilled until delicately cooked.
  • Grill as meatballs or as plain skewers . Scroll down to see the slideshow of steps.
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