Tempura is a deep-fried food in Japanese cuisine. Fresh fish, shrimp or seasonal vegetables are coated with flour, eggs, and water to form a paste, and then fried into a golden brown in a frying pan. Dip in the sauce when eating, the outside is crispy and the inside is tender, the taste is rich, fragrant but not greasy. It's perfect as a snack for banquet guests!
The oil temperature must be high enough. Too low oil temperature will cause the vegetables to absorb too much oil, or may de-baste and affect the taste.