Tempura is a Japanese dish usually consisting of seafood or vegetables that have been battered and deep- fried. The name Tempura derived from the Latin phrase Tempura Japanese Tempura is a combination of salty, sour, bitter and sweet Taste. Tempura has a Japanese name and has been eaten in Japan for centuries; its roots go back to the
Influence of Portuguese merchants and missionaries during the 16th century who first gave the concept of deep- frying food in oil to Japan, bringing. To prepare Tempura, the batter must be freshly mixed, using cold water with plenty of air bubbles trapped in it to give the batter a crisp texture when fried
This delightful side dishes recipe of Prawn Tempura can be ready in approximately 35 minutes.
·      2 cup White Flour
·      1 Tsp Baking Powder
·      1 Tbsp Black Pepper Powder
·      1 Tbsp Chicken Flour
For frying oil
·      To Taste Salt
·      250 gm Prawns
For Batter     
·      100 gm Rice Flour
·      100 gm Wheat Flour
·      100 gm Corn Flour
·      2 Pinch Salt
As required Ice Chilled Water
For Tempura Sauce
·      3 Tbsp crushed Red Pepper
·      2 Tsp Castor Sugar
·      1 Tsp oil
·      2 Tsp Spring Onion Chopped
·      1 Tsp Garlic Chopped
Wash the prawns, cut lengthwise and flatten with the blunt end of a knife. In a bowl add two cups of White Flour, 2tbsp Cornflour, 1 tbsp baking flour, 1 tsp baking flour,1 Tsp Black Pepper powder,Salt as required and 1 bottle of Soda.mix well in a second Bowl beat 3 Eggs.dip each slice of Prawn into the flour mixture followed the beaten Eggs.repeat the process 5 times and deep fry till Golden Brown.
Various seafoods used in Traditional Tempura
·      Prawn
·      Fish
·      Squid
·      Crab
·      Cod
·      Pollock
·      Sweetfish

Nutritional facts                       %Daily Values

Calories          106
Total fat          5.67g                                            9%
Saturated Fat    0.681g                                       3%      
Trans fat
Polyunsaturated fat 1.685g
Monounsaturated fat 2.793g                  
Cholesterol 40 mg                                                13%
Sodium         162mg                                              7%
Total carbohydrates 8.44g                                  3%              
Dietary fiber 0.3g                                                   1%
Sugars 0.26g
Protein 5.11g
Vitamin D
Calcium 14mg                                                         1%
Iron 2.13mg                                                            12%
Potassium 85mg                                                     2%
Vitamin A   124IU
Vitamin C     3.3mg                                                5%

The daily value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet of 2.000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Declaration of Allergens-
The first and most basic is an allergen statement which is simply meant to alert diners of the presence of allergens in the kitchen.
If a customer identifies themselves as suffering from fish seafood or crustacean
Allergy, you need to determine which classes of seafood they are
Allergic to.
The major groups of fish which can trigger allergic reactions are:
Such as scaly or fined fish (e.g, salmon, trout, crayfish cod, mackerel, sardines).

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