Prawn & Broad Beans Tempura (Kaki-age)

It's a lovely dish with the complementary textures of the prawns and beans.

Recipe By: baba-chan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/213)
Serves 3 Prep: 15 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Broad beans 10 pods
Peeled prawns 120g
Flour 1 tbsp
Vegetable oil as required
Salt as required
Green laver as required
Batter:
Egg 1
Water 1/3 cup
Flour 2/3 cup

Method

1
Shell the broad beans and clean the prawns with salted water. Pat dry with kitchen towel. Put in a bowl and dredge with flour.
2
In a separate bowl, mix the egg, water and flour to make a batter.
3
Heat 2cm deep oil in a pan to 180C. Scoop some of the prawns and beans into the batter and straight into the hot oil.
4
Spoon some hot oil over the top.
5
Remove from the oil and drain. Sprinkle with green laver and serve with some salt on the side.

Tips & Note

Cook with a bit extra batter to make it crunchier.
This time, I made it with green laver and salt, but you can use tempura broth instead.

Prawn & Broad Beans Tempura (Kaki-age)

It's a lovely dish with the complementary textures of the prawns and beans.

Recipe By: baba-chan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/213)

Serves 3

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Broad beans 10 pods
Peeled prawns 120g
Flour 1 tbsp
Vegetable oil as required
Salt as required
Green laver as required
Batter:
Egg 1
Water 1/3 cup
Flour 2/3 cup

Prawn & Broad Beans Tempura (Kaki-age)

Recipe ID :1003 Posted on 17 AUG 2015

Serves 3

Prep 15min
Cook 15min
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It's a lovely dish with the complementary textures of the prawns and beans.

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10 pods
120g
1 tbsp
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2/3 cup

Method

Prep
15min
Cook
15min
1
Shell the broad beans and clean the prawns with salted water. Pat dry with kitchen towel. Put in a bowl and dredge with flour.
2
In a separate bowl, mix the egg, water and flour to make a batter.
3
Heat 2cm deep oil in a pan to 180C. Scoop some of the prawns and beans into the batter and straight into the hot oil.
4
Spoon some hot oil over the top.
5
Remove from the oil and drain. Sprinkle with green laver and serve with some salt on the side.

Tips & Note

Cook with a bit extra batter to make it crunchier.
This time, I made it with green laver and salt, but you can use tempura broth instead.

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