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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Yum Yum Tempura: Learning How to Cook the Delicious Japanese Dish


(c) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Tempura.JPG
Isn't it delicious? Yuuuuuuuuum!


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Many of us Filipinos are now eating some of the Japanese dishes right? There are also many Japanese restaurants in the Philippines and one of the Japanese dishes served there that we probably have eaten there already is the Tempura.

What is Tempura? Tempura is a Japanese dish of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep fried.

The Tempura recipe was introduced to Japan by the Portuguese Jesuit Missionaries particularly active in Nagasaki. The Tempura was a popular food eaten at street venders and it is called 'yatai' since Genroku era.


 (c)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Peixinhos_da_horta.jpg
Peixinhos da Horta, the Portuguese ancestor of Japanese tempura

There are only 3 easy steps in cooking Tempura. First you must batter it. The light batter is made up of soft wheat flour and a cold water. 

(c) http://www.reallynicerecipes.com/recipe/fish/prawns-tempura

After you batter it, you can now deep fry it in hot oil.

(c)http://momofukufor2.com/2010/05/deep-fry-fridays-ebi-tempura-rice-ball-recipe/

In serving, you can eat the Tempura by dipping sauce, salted with sauce or used to assemble other dishes.

 (c)http://ediblyasian.info/recipes/tempura-dipping-sauce

With these easy steps, you can now cook your own version of Tempura! So what are you waiting for? Try it now! :)

Contributed by: Fervi Mae C. Cano

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7 comments:

  1. Wow!! I'm very sure, all of those food are very delicious!!

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  2. This article is very tempting. I love the taste of tempura since the first time I ate it. Now I'm craving for some of this right now.

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  3. i really love your article because, every kind of food that has shrimp are all my favorite. Yummy! Nice job :)

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  4. I agree with Victoria, anything with shrimp is <3. This is a nice article and now I wanna make tempura :)

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  5. I've tasted tempura before and I love it. Nice article!!!

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  6. My dad used to cook tempura and I really really love it! :) Tempura is one of my favorite food

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  7. Omg, my favorite Japanese food!!!! <3

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