Tempura - Beer Batter (Lightest)

Tempura - Beer Batter (Lightest)

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"FANTASTIC ! I made a slight change--left out black pepper, dried shrimp with paper towels, then lightly coated with plain flour before dipping in batter. Try them with coconut and Pina Colada sauce. (after dipping in batter, dredge with coconut)"


Ingredients

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1 ts Salt
Vegetable oil; for deep frying
1 12-ounce can lager beer; (cold)
1 ts black pepper; Finely ground
1/2 ts Cayenne pepper; Optionally add paprika
1 1/4 c Flour

Original recipe makes 1

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Preparation

(For 3 Lbs shrimp / shellfish / veggies) Whisk quickly; Dont Over Mix ! Leave Lumps & use batter immediately. Posted to bbq-digest by RosenthalRJ@nswccd.navy.mil on Jul 13, 1999,

Beer batter shrimps deep fried and served on a stick.
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So easy and tasty ! The beer gives it a great flavour and grabbing a cold can from the fridge is less hassle than having to remember to pre-cool water like many tempura recipes require.
pansapiens 5 months ago

Try with fruit pineapple with some cinnamon in batter also apple-bananas etc GREAT.
Jackalil 4 years ago

FANTASTIC ! I made a slight change--left out black pepper, dried shrimp with paper towels, then lightly coated with plain flour before dipping in batter. Try them with coconut and Pina Colada sauce. (after dipping in batter, dredge with coconut)
buggy 10 years ago

FANTASTIC ! I made a slight change--left out black pepper, dried shrimp with paper towels, then lightly coated with plain flour before dipping in batter.
buggy 10 years ago

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