Cod Tempura

I’m sharing another great recipe today from http://www.japanese-food.org There are tons of awesome recipes on this site but this tempura cod recipe really caught my attention because it looks simple enough that maybe even I can do it!
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Today I introduce you to “Cod Tempura”. 

Cod has soft white non-fatty meat and a light taste. It is high in good protein and vitamin B12. In Japan we use Cod a lot for homemade dishes. For example, hotpot dishes, simmered dishes, fried dishes and so on. 

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I would like to talk about Tempura a little bit. At many restaurants in the US, tempura has a very thick and seasoned batter. But Authentic tempura has thin, crunchy and unseasoned batter to enjoy the taste of the fresh ingredients. When we eat tempura, we can spread a little bit of salt or dip into a light dashi sauce which comes with it.

In this recipe, I don’t use any seasoning, but if you want, you can use some salt when you eat it.

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The recipe is

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Cut cod and dredge with some flour. Mix egg, cold water and flour as…

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