Deep-Fried Lotus root and Shrimp Sandwiches れんこんのはさみ揚げ
Author: Naoko Yoshioka
Recipe type: Appetizers, Seafood, Vegetables
Today’s Japanese Cooking Style is called Deep Fried Lotus Root and Shrimp Sandwiches or れんこんのはさみ揚げ in Japanese. This is a very tasty and delicious style of sandwich, something a little different from your bread type style. I hope you enjoy making this with or for your family.
4 lotus root, cut into 5㎜ pieces
10㎝ naganegi onion, cut into mince
½ knob ginger, cut into mince
1 tbsp starch
¼ tsp salt
1 tsp sake
Oil for deep- frying
Soak the lotus root in vinegar-added water for 4-5 min, and wipe dry.
Combine the shrimps, naganegi onion, ginger, starch, sake, and salt, and in a food processor and grind.
Pair the lotus roots slice, lightly dust one side of each slice with flour. Put the ground shrimp mixture, on the side dusted with flour, and place another slice of lotus root on top it to make sandwich. Lightly sprinkle on the flour.
Deep-fry the sandwiches in oil at 170℃. When the surface of the lotus root is crispy and the shrimp mixture is elastic take out of the pat and drain on a tray
There you have it. Hope you enjoy this, until next time let’s cook together. 次回は一緒に作りましょう～^^/~~ PS: If you enjoy my Daily recipe subscribe to my RSS Feed and I also have available my first e-Book, which FREE to you for coming by and reading my Japanese CookingRecipes. Thank you..
I was born in Honolulu, Hawaii and now living in Osaka, Japan. I have been in Japan for about 12 yrs now and loving every single moment of my life here in a beautiful country. I’m a English teacher here in Japan and on spare I'm a Food blogger, and gamer. I have been cooking for the pass 15 years, but still not at the level that I want to be. In the pass 4 – 5 years wanting to learn more about Japanese food and how they prepared them as an art form instead of something there for you to eat. I have been cooking for the pass 15 years, but still not at the level that I want to be. In the pass 4 - 5 years wanting to learn more about Japanese food and how they prepared them as an art form instead of something there for you to eat. Hope you enjoy this, until next time let's cook together. 次回は一緒に作りましょう～^^/~~