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In this food tutorial learn a simple recipe for making pineapple tempura.
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Well, let us go about making some Pineapple Fritters or Pineapple Tempura.
First, slice this the easiest way, slice a piece of pineapple, only use fresh, trim it, cut it in half, take out that little core because we do not want that hard little piece in there, do we now? Very simple there you go. Two slices and one is broken. Three slices should make a very nice portion. I’m going to take the pineapple, put it into the batter, make sure it is coated well. Then next step, we are going to deep fry. Make sure the deep fryer is set to about 375 to 400 because as soon as you have dropped this, the temperature is going to fall. Place that in there and use a thermometer all the time to check your temperatures. This will take about two and a half minutes. The ingredients are a half a cup of rice flour, two tablespoons of brown sugar, a quarter teaspoons of salt, one quarter cup of water, four tablespoons of gramona or a triple sec, one table spoon of vegetable oil, a quarter teaspoon of black walnut extract.
Everything I make has to have a little different flavor. And do not use the canned pineapple please, you must use fresh. Excuse me about the timing, this will take about four minutes since it is a pineapple, moist and the temperature does drop. You can also do this for bananas which will be a very quick operation. Now, if you go to chefrobertkhoury.biz in the future, I will have more in-depth videos because on YouTube and MySpace they have to be rather short of length. And there we have three pieces of pineapple. There we go, light and crispy with a little powdered sugar to complement any meal, isn’t that nice? Then that fresh pineapple is delicious.