Beer batter “on the restaurant”

The recipe is taken on the same kitchen as the broth (I have in diaries) – therefore the name. The recipe is simple – the result is excellent… Ingredients for “Beer batter “restaurant””: Chicken egg (average) — 3 PCs Flour / Flour — 200 g Beer / Beer — 200 ml Salt — 3 depot. […]

The recipe is taken on the same kitchen as the broth (I have in diaries) – therefore the name. The recipe is simple – the result is excellent…

Ingredients for “Beer batter “restaurant””:

  • Chicken egg

    (average)

    3 PCs

  • Flour

    /

    Flour


    200 g

  • Beer

    /

    Beer


    200 ml

  • Salt


    3 depot.

Recipe “Beer batter “restaurant””:

Flour, salt, beer and yolks in a bowl…

Proteins – the other…

Proteins, beat with a mixer until “stable peaks”. In short – what would be the coup of the dishes does not come up…

The same mixer, mix the “dough”. You can, of course, in reverse order, but then before whisking egg whites have the beaters to wash…

Combine the contents of both bowl and very carefully stir with a spoon.
All. The batter is ready!!!

Fry this batter can be many things: calamari rings, shrimp, slices of apples or pears, slices of sausage or smoked chicken. Importantly, the product was almost ready, as is fried very quickly. Well, of course, deep fried. You can just the pan, but if the product is not going to swim in the oil will ruin the whole effect of the whipped egg whites…

We had onion rings, marinated in soy sauce…

Slices of chicken marinated in mayonnaise…

And slices of sun-dried tomato, soaked in garlic butter…

So how to buy a deep fryer I’m not worthy, get out of position just. In a regular bowl pour 3 cm of oil, heat on the stove to 800 W (on gas – a little less than average), and little “overcooked” is what you need.
And last: unfortunately the batter pretty quickly “falls”, so his whip is not worth it. You can make a separate “dough”, close with cling film and leave in the fridge. Well, beat the whites and mix them with the “test” directly before frying.
That’s all!

Bon Appetit!


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