Thai Tempura Flour, GogiAdd to cart5.3oz - $2.89
This is a good quality multi-purpose instant self-raising batter that can be used to make all types of meat, seafood and vegetables.
With restaurant prices going through the roof, this is a great way to save money and make it better at home!
See photos below; in just 5 minutes we used this to prepare spectacular fried shrimp, onion rings, and fish.
5 Minute Recipe:
Mix 1/2 envelope with 1/2 cup water and stir
Add a dash of crushed black pepper
Add a dash of ground Thai chilli pepper
Slice onion into rings
Chop a bit of onion and add it to shrimp
Using chopsticks dip shrimp and onion rings into batter and fry over medium/low heat until golden brown
Don't overload the oil with too much at once. In just a few minutes everything will be ready.
Also dip your choice of food such as sliced cod in the batter and fry in hot oil until golden brown.
Put Onions in Water
Shrimp and Onions
Half Pack of Gogi
Add Black Pepper
Add Ground Chilli
Oil Low/Medium Heat
Onions Rings and Shrimp in 5 Minutes
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