Recipe by N-STAR
"My family really likes these fried vegetables for a change of pace, especially when it's near fair time. You can use any type of dipping sauce that you enjoy with these vegetables."
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1 1/2 cups
salt and pepper to taste
vegetable oil for frying
carrot, cut into thick strips
onion, sliced into rings
fresh mushrooms, stems removed
green bell pepper, sliced in rings
Really easy to make fried vegetable. Was a hit in my thanksgiving dinner.
I would add some cornstarch to the seasoning mix to make it crunchier.
Try this recipe once and you will NEVER try it again. What a nightmare! I followed the recipe to the "T" because I had 1)never used a beer batter and 2) I had never attempted to fry vegetables in this manner. It was a ridiculous mess. The batter came out too hard when finished, that is, the part of the batter that stayed on. It took nearly 1 1/2 hours to fry less than 2 lbs of vegetables. I will admit that the taste was not terrible once done but who wants to go through that much trouble for an appetizer or side dish? Really? I was so frustrated at the end that it could have tasted like ambrosia from the Heavens and I would not have appreciated it.
I will definitely NOT be making this again. Sorry D.J., Two thumbs down!
This was a very good batter...I'm not sure what the reason was for dipping in egg and milk and flour before the batter. I have made beer batter before and the batter sticks fine to the veggies without the flour and egg, etc.
First, this IS a little messy but not too bad. I did skip the milk/egg batter ~ just used the beer/flour mix and certainly did NOT let it sit for 3 hours first: half hour worked fine for me. I added some all season salt and a dash of lemon pepper seasoning to the beer batter and fried a variety of veggies (green peppers, onions, and zucchini). We enjoyed these alot! Although I normally don't fry my veggies (as it severly decreases the nutritional value of the vegetables) this was a nice change and I might do it again every once in a while.
The flavor of this is wonderful. I used other suggestions in adding some spices to flavor flour/beer mixture.I did not use the egg batter and it didn't make any difference.I used the same batter on shrimp too. Mmm. Fantastic!
i made onion rings last night and they went over big this is one recipe i will use again and again
Very quick and easy to make!
I'd modify the recipe:
In Step 1:I'd add some seasoning to the beer batter mixture (ex.lemon pepper)
In Step 2:Mix 1 egg and 1/2 cup milk
I used zucchini and it was a hit!
best I have ever made
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beer Battered Fried Vegetables
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 93
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