2016年02月29日

Tempura

Japanese Tempura and Afghani Pakora

You might be wondering why I write so much about Japanese Cuisine.

Well cuisine is one the most important parts of Japan’s culture and the part that matters the most to you when you come here.

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Tempura are pieces of highly battered, deep fried seafood and vegetables.

It is a famous dish inside and outside Japan and commonly served as a main dish, side dish or as a topping for rice bowls, Udon, and Soba noodle dishes.

There are different varieties of tempura pieces:

Ebi (Shrimp/ prawn) Tempura

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Sakana (Fish) Tempura

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Nasu (eggplant) Tempura


 nasu tempura.jpg

Kinoko (mushrooms) Tempura

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Kobacha (Pumpkin) Tempura

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Satsumaimo( sweet potato) Tempura


 satsumaimo tempura.jpg

Shiso (Perilla) Tempura

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Kakiage Tempura

(A tempura made of a variety of julienned vegetables)


 kakiage tempura.jpg

Tempura is one of my favorite Japanese dishes too. I have tried fish, sweet potato and vegetables tempura as a side dish with soba noodles and rice. We have a similar dish in our country too we call it “pakora”, we make it from potato or a mixture of potato and vegetables, both of which are my favorites.

Potato pakora

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Mixed Potato and vegetables Pakora

 vegetable pakora.jpg


By: Ateffa Jalali



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