The horse of Yamitsuki! Deep-fried soybeans
|Material ( For 2-3 people )|
|Soybeans (boiled in water)||220g (7.76oz)|
|Salad oil, soy sauce, sugar||2 tablespoons|
The outside is crispy and the inside is fried soybeans. You can enjoy the sweet and spicy taste and the richness of fried food, which is tightened by the acidity of vinegar.
Ingredients (for 2-3 people)Soybean (boiled in water) 220g (7.76oz)
Potato starch Appropriate amount Salad oil, soy sauce, sugar 2 tablespoons
1 tablespoon vinegar
How to makeMix soy sauce, sugar and vinegar in a bowl to make a sauce.
Quickly wash the soybeans and sprinkle them with potato starch. It's easy to work with a plastic bag.
Heat the vegetable oil in a frying pan over medium heat and add the soybeans.
Fry while shaking the frying pan so that the soybeans do not stick together.
When the batter is browned and crispy, turn off the heat. Put soybeans in a bowl, mix with sauce, and serve on a plate to complete.
What is its taste?The outside is crispy and the inside is fluffy. The sweet and spicy taste and the richness of fried food are tightened by the acidity of vinegar, giving it a lingering taste! Rich rice and beer go on.
As time goes by, the sauce soaks in and the batter becomes thick. The freshly made crunchy texture disappears, but this is also delicious. This recipe is also recommended for pre-made dishes and side dishes for lunch boxes.