Japanese food is so tasty but can be really challenging and technical to make–just take a look at our Cauliflower Rice Sushi Rolls. They are so delicious, but definitely take a bit of an investment of your time to make, and some skill with the nori.
One of my favourite things to order when I go to a sushi restaurant is either super scrumptious beef enoki mushroom rolls, or crunchy sweet potato tempura. Both dishes have such unique flavour with an international flair.
Though it takes a tiny bit of skill and patience, did you know that it’s possible to make vegetable tempura at home in a relatively short period of time? It’s mostly about getting the batter just right, and making sure to use ice water. The result will be a sticky batter that develops a nice crunch when cooked in oil.
The deep frying I have to say is probably my least favourite part because cooking anything in oil can make your whole house smell. A homemade tempura is worth it though, and is sure to impress at your next Japanese-inspired dinner party.
The beef enoki mushroom rolls are far easier to make, and require very little cooking time. They’re so easy, in fact, that they make for a great last minute dinner idea. Pair them with a salad and you’ve got yourself quite the tasty treat of a meal in under 20 minutes!
Will you be trying our Beef Enoki Rolls or our Homemade Veggie Tempura?