Sunday, December 11, 2011

Fish Tempura



My version of fish tempura. serve with tartar sauce or any dipping sauce of your choice.

Ingredients:
  • Fish Fillet or Prawns, peeled and deveined
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp pepper
  • oil for frying
  • Japanese bread crumbs (panko)

Batter:
  • 1 cup sifted all purpose flour
  • 1 whole egg
  • 2/3 cup cold water
  • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4  tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp pepper
Cooking Instructions:

1. Cut fish into strip.Sprinkle with  salt and pepper



2. Mix all the ingredients for the batter in a mixing bowl with wire whip.
3. Heat up generous amount of oil for frying.
4. Working one fish at a time,deep the fish fillet in the prepared batter,roll in Japanenese bread crumbs and deep fry until golden brown.


5. Drain on plates lined with paper towel .Serve with your favorite dipping sauce, tartar sauce, catsup or lemon -butter sauce.

Dipping sauce:
1/2 cup water
2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp sugar
1 tsp grated ginger
3 tbsp grated radish

For the sauce, combine the first 3 ingredients in a small saucepan. Allow to boil. Turn off the heat and quickly stir in the grated ginger and the radish.










29 comments:

  1. am sure it's delicious...the fish looks fresh!

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  2. Sarap!
    I am craving for shrimp tempura... but the fish sounds great, too!

    Hopping from Food Trip Friday.

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  3. I would love to try this simple and easy recipe at home; after all, my family loves eating cream dory and prawns. Thanks for sharing! Here's my FTF entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2011/12/food-trip-friday-cajun-red-rock/

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  4. Thanks for sharing the recipe sis. I might try this one. Visiting from FTF.

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  5. i want to try this too, but iwhere to buy the japanese bread crumbs?

    looks yummy and healthy at the same time...

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  6. Oh God! The first image made me feel hungry. I wish I know how to cook so that I can try to make fish tempura like this one. Yummy.

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  7. which reminds me that i still have fish fillets untouch in my freezer hehe, now need to take it out and cook it for lunch before i forget all about it again hihi

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  8. Already bookmarked for the recipe!

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  9. i always cook this without bread crumbs. =)

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  10. What type of fish did you use? Was that cream dory?


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  11. This is also good with Tartar sauce, I think,it's a mix of mayo and mustart, but it's really good.

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  12. Oh! Here's a good one for me to cook fillets I've bought from the supermarket. Why didn't I think of this?

    I like to try the sauce recipe. I usually make tartar sauce for the breaded fish dipping.

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  13. Thanks for sharing this! I have now an idea what to have for lunch! :)

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  14. We had this a week ago ... sarap no?

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  15. Another Japanese food? The more I'm exposed to foods of different origin, of different style of cooking them; the more I'll be tempted to cook my own, though I'm not a cook. Anyway, my ever supportive is just around, ready to give me aid or assist me when cooking is concerned. She's the best cook I ever known in my whole, of course, in our family only. This time I'll go for fish tempura. It's delicious, yummy!

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  16. Such a very exceptional recipe. yay! God Bless!

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  17. really great idea ...i like fish fillet , and of course the prawns. but thanks for sharing this recipe for the dipping sauce. delicious ! ^_^

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  18. Sarap!!!!!!! I love this! Parang tempura! Miss ko na tong ganito. My mom cooks this often too. :)

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  19. i usually make chicken tempura. But this one looks tempting and yummy. Will try this soon.

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  20. What kind of fish did you use? I love fish fillet but I cannot make one at home because I do not know what fish to use.

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  21. Wow - you gave an idea of what else to add to our noche buena - and this looks no sweat a

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  22. we will do this for the holidays, yumm talaga

    Visiting thru Filipino Bloggers Worldwide FB Group and Food Trip Friday

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  23. Yum yum! This looks similar to my personal favorite when I was still young, fish fillet with mayo. :)

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  24. Wow you're amazing!

    I do tempura but just buy it from the grocery store and cook it. and you just make it yourself? wooow!

    what else you can make?

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  25. nakuu, i will try this..kasi nauubusan na ako ng recipe sa bahay.hihih.thanks for posting!

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  26. This fish tempura is so delish. It makes me drool. Thank you for the recipe too. Visiting for FTF, hope that you can return the favor too.

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  27. I love fish tempura but don't know how to make it. Thanks for this I'll surely try for my family.

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  28. Mmm looks fantastic! I can't wait to give this recipe a try with some fresh caught fish :) - Cathy Pieroz at Ray White Alexandra Hills

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