Easiest Way to Make Award-winning Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps)

Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps).

Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps)

Hey everyone, hope you're having an incredible day today. Today, I'm gonna show you how to make a distinctive dish, ebi-fry or ebi furai (japanese fried shrimps). It is one of my favorites. For mine, I'm gonna make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps) is one of the most well liked of recent trending foods in the world. It is easy, it is quick, it tastes yummy. It's appreciated by millions daily. Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps) is something which I have loved my entire life. They are nice and they look fantastic.

To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few components. You can cook ebi-fry or ebi furai (japanese fried shrimps) using 10 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook it.

The ingredients needed to make Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps):

  1. {Make ready 6 of fresh large prawns, peeled and deveined.
  2. {Take of Coating:.
  3. {Take 3 tablespoons of tempura flour.
  4. {Prepare of Sprinkle salt and pepper (add to flour, optional).
  5. {Prepare 1 of large egg, beaten.
  6. {Make ready 3 tablespoons of panko breadcrumbs.
  7. {Take of Frying:.
  8. {Make ready 3 cups of vegetable oil (or any cooking oil).
  9. {Prepare of Garnish:.
  10. {Get of Tonkastu sauce or tartar sauce.

Instructions to make Ebi-Fry or Ebi Furai (Japanese fried shrimps):

  1. To peel prawns, remove the head and legs (keeping the last segment of the shell or just the tail in tact) and place in a large mixing bowl. Then place prawns on a chopping board..
  2. To devein a prawn, use a small sharp knife to make a slit along the middle of the back to expose the dark vein. Use your fingers to carefully pull the vein through the opening at the head end to remove..
  3. Once all of the prawns have been deveined place in a clean bowl of water. Remove any excess water from the tail. Hold the knife down on it and move it back and forth to squeeze out the water. Tip: doing this prevents any splatter of oil later during the frying process. Gently wash each prawn, cleaning inside the area where it's just been deveined..
  4. Transfer onto a clean chopping board lined with kitchen paper. Using another kitchen paper pat each of the prawns dry. Then remove the kitchen paper and place onto the chopping board..
  5. Turn the prawn over on its back (underside), make a few diagonal slits along it. Then using your fingers, either gently squeeze either side of the prawn or holding the shrimp belly up with both hands and bend it backwards to straighten and stretch out. Tip: try to straighten the prawn as much as possible. Then turn the prawn on its side and make a few slits along it. Repeat for the other side..
  6. Turn the prawn back on its back and using the side of the knife, gently flatten the prawn. Do not over bash it or it will become mushy. This makes the prawn flat and straight. Transfer into a plate and repeat process for the remaining prawns..
  7. In one bowl add flour and season with salt and pepper (optional), in another the crack the egg and beat it. In the last bowl add the panko breadcrumbs..
  8. Get a prawn and dip it into the flour. Coat it all over and shake off any excess flour. Then dip into the egg ensuring it's all covered. Let any excess egg drip back into the bowl before dipping it into the breadcrumbs. Coat all of the prawn well. Tip. When coating prawn at each stage ensure its covered properly..
  9. Once the prawn is generously coated in panko breadcrumbs. Shake off any excess and transfer onto a small baking tray or plate. Repeat the process for the remaining prawns. Tip: At this stage if your not frying the prawn tempura straight away. Cover baking tray with cling film and place in fridge..
  10. To fry the tempura, in a pot add the cooking oil. Let the oil heat up to 160 degrees. Once the oil is hot enough, gently place two breaded prawns in at a time. Using chopsticks, turn the tempura often to ensure even cooking all around..
  11. Once golden brown remove from the pot and transfer into a plate or baking tray lined with kitchen paper. Drain off any excess oil. Repeat steps for the remaining prawns..
  12. To serve transfer onto a plate and eat with with tartar or tonkastu sauce. Serve as a side dish to other accompaniments..

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