Japanese Tempura in Chicken Recipe by Mayelas Kitchen


How to make Japanese Tempura by Mayelas Kitchen

Japanese Tempura which is usually made with sea food specially prawns but we have made it with Chicken as it is easily available worldwide than prawns.

Step by step guide about making Japanese Tempura in Chicken. This is a kids special recipe. Smooth and soft from inside and easy to cook.

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Preparation time: 30 mins.
Cooking time: 10 mins.

Ingredients for Marination

Sliced Boneless Chicken: 500 gram.
Salt: 1 teaspoon.
Red Chilli Powder: 1 and half teaspoon.
Ginger Garlic paste: 1 teaspoon.

Ingredients for Batter

Egg | Anda: 1 piece.
Sweet Soda: 1 pinch.
Vinegar / Sitka: 1 teaspoon.
White flour | Maida: 3 tablespoon.
Corn flour | Makayi ka Ata: 2 tablespoon.
Baking Powder: 1 pinch.
Cold water | Thanda Paani: To stir material.
Salt and Black Pepper | Namak aur Kaali Mirch: As per your requirement.

Marinating Chicken 

  1. Poke holes in chicken with a fork for better marination.
  2. Add Salt, Red chilli powder and ginger garlic paste. Mix them well with hands.
  3. Now to make it tender we will hammer each piece. You can do hammering before putting the spices on the chicken. The chicken is ready now put it in refrigerator for at least 30 mins. The more you keep it before cooking is better.


Preparing Batter of Tempura 

  1. Add an egg in a bowl. Then a pinch sweet soda and pour one tea spoon vinegar over the sweet soda so it turns in to a foam kind of shape. Add a little bit Cold Water and Stir it.
  2. Take another bowl and add White Flour, Corn Flour and Baking Powder in it. Stir them.
  3. Now mix / stir above both materials together until it changes in to liquid form. While stirring only add cold water. After that add Salt and Black pepper for taste.
    Batter is ready. 

Time to Fry Tempura

Take a deep frying pan and Preheat oil. Now put the chicken in Batter material and coat it. After that just put it in the oil and fry it. It will be ready in 3-4 minutes but if you like it more crispy just fry it a bit more. Serve and Enjoy.  

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