The festive season is well under way so you may have noticed my lack of visiting your blogs – sorry about that. Things may be higgledy piggledy until the new year before I am back in the swing of things – I will pop in periodically though just to keep up to speed with you all as I hate missing out on things. 🙂
I love when I can put something together that really works, especially the first time and this tempura is one that has jumped right to the top of my favourite list. I call it Mandy’s tempura as I am sure it is not a traditional recipe and has a slightly thicker consistency, although you could thin it a little by adding more club soda. This recipe doubles very well too which works well for sharing these light crispy morsels with family and friends.
½ cup flour
1 tbsp cornflour
¼ tsp bicarbonate of soda
½ tsp salt or season of choice
1 egg yolk
½ cup ice cold club soda
- Combine all of the dry ingredients in a bowl.
- Add the egg yolk and club soda and mix until just combined – leaving lumps.
- Dunk any julienne vegetable or protein (I used chicken) and fry in medium hot oil until light golden brown on both sides.