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Tempura

tenpura

Japanese fried food.
This is a typical modern Japanese dish. Fish, Selfish, vegetables and the like, are dipped into batter of wheat flour dissolved in water, fried in hot cooking oil, dipped in a special broth, and eaten.

Its special characteristic is a light taste,distinct from food that is directly coated in wheat flour and fried. The ingredients are rich in their variety, and the tastest way to eat them is on the spot while preparing them, whether at a restaurant or at home.

Tempura donburi is a widely popular menu item.

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