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Jewish Recipes --> Recipes --> Kosher Batters

Tempura Batter
Parve
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup ice cold water
  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • Enough oil to fry food

The best to check for blood is to break each egg individual into a cup, lest blood be found, the egg in not kosher.

  • Does not need a hechsher: egg, flour
  • Need a hechsher: oil
  • Do not mix dairy and meat products. Kosher food and cooking you must separate meat and dairy products and have separate meat and dairy dishes. Side dishes can be either meat, dairy or parve.

note: Processed foods generally require a hechsher / kosher symbol - consult your Rabbi

Eggs need to be checked for blood -- break each egg individual into a cup, if blood is found, the egg in not kosher.

1. Heat cooking oil (peanut oil is best) in a deep pan to 340 - 350 F (~171 - 176C)

2. Beat the egg in a bowl and add ice cold water (warmer water will produce a sticky batter and more oily tempura).

3. Add flour and mix lightly. Do not overmix batter.

4. Dip vegetables or fish briefly in the batter and fry until brown.

5. Remove from the oil and drain.

6. Serve hot.

Batter dip: zuchinni, onion rings, chicken chunks, fish.

Tempura is basically the fried food of Japan. Various meats and vegetables are dipped in batter and then deep fried until lightly golden.

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Kosher Cuisine can come from any culture and any part of the world (Kosher Chinese food or Kosher American food) as long as it follows the kosher laws. Consult your Rabbi if you have questions.
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