Japanese tempura of Portuguese missionaries | LifePress magazine

Unannounced guests have arrived, and you have nothing at home to serve them. Make Japanese tempura, a quick and imaginative dish, and the number of possible combinations is unlimited.

Next to sushi, tempura is probably the most famous Japanese dish today, and it is little known that it was brought to Japan by Portuguese missionaries in the 17th century when the Japanese “appropriated” it.

In fact, it is a mixture for frying in deep oil that can be coated with vegetables, meat, fish, gambori, whatever you have in the house.

Make the mixture by mixing an equal amount of starchy and smooth flour with one egg, and very cold water to get a liquid mixture. Leave it in the fridge for a while until you prepare the other ingredients.

Chop various vegetables, mushrooms, chicken white meat, turkey, whatever comes to hand, season, dip in tempura and fry in deep oil. Serve with soy sauce.

Your guests will be delighted.

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