Member recipeTempura batter Recipe Rating Static 12345(5 ratings) Member recipe by sara66Servings Serves 6 quick and easy This recipe has been submitted by the Good Food community. Sign in or create a My Good Food account to upload your own recipe creations. Please note that all recipes will be moderated but they are not tested in the Good Food kitchen.Save to My Good FoodPlease sign in or register to save recipes. Print Ingredients Method Ingredients100 gr corn flour150 gr plain flour10gr baking powderenough iced perrier or soda water to make batter (should coat your finger. Methodmix all the flours togethergently add iced liquidbriefly stir- can stay lumpy but do not overstirdip ingredients immediately into batter and deep fry in hot oil You may also like Cauliflower fritters with herby dipping sauce 5(1 rating) Asparagus & courgette fritters with fresh tomato & ginger chutney 0(0 ratings) Asian-style fish & chips 3(1 rating) Basic tempura batter 0(0 ratings) Crispy prawns with wasabi mayo & sweet chilli pepper dip 3.333335(3 ratings) Gazpacho with runner bean tempura & pickled coriander seeds 5(1 rating) Tempura veg hot dogs 4.5(2 ratings) Tempura squid 5(1 rating) Comments, questions and tipsSign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (5) Questions (1) Tips (1) Adsetts 30th May, 2019 5.05Bucket loads of batter though. I will have the mix next time and keep it dry until I need it for the future jazzyc 14th Feb, 2015 1.05by suggesting: "add enough fizzy ice cold water to coat your finger" resulted in too runny and non-stick despite "sticking to my finger". approximates should have been given. i had my fryer on for half an hour previously and it failed. buy a saucepan first, glug with oil til an inch deep and spitting hot and make sure batter is thick and sticking to onion etc then make batter (before chucking onion etc in to cook) Michael Burdon 4th May, 2019 I don't know if this will help, I found these measurements on another site. ¾ cup cornstarch ¼ cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder ½ teaspoon salt ¼ teaspoon pepper ½ cup water 1 egg (slightly beaten) mcdoto 26th Apr, 2013 5.05Excellent recipe - I have tried others (some of which were a bit more complicated) but this achieved by far the best results - it is in my binder now! boot5784 11th Nov, 2012 Try using Lager instead of iced water. Some add a little Tumeric for the yellow colour happyacre 31st Dec, 2013 Can I use this recipe for pancakes or batter puddings? I have an intolerance to milk and eggs! Sammy chis 12th May, 2014 Perfect crispness , just add a little Cayenne pepper for that extra zing !!