Created by: Elizabeth Andoh
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Gluten-Free Tempura Pancakes

Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. In response to student questions I described a gluten-free "batter" for making tempura. Lightly dust all the shredded vegetables in CORNSTARCH (or potato flour, but NOT rice flour) mixed with a pinch of baking powder and then lightly spray a mist of water over the dusted-vegetables (I use a bottle fitted with a fine-mist spray attachment). Use just enough water to make the vegetables cling together. Form the pancakes and fry them in the same way I demonstrated in the class.

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Elizabeth Andoh made Gluten-Free Tempura Pancakes with:

Japanese Classics: Teriyaki, Tempura & More

Online Class

Japanese Classics: Teriyaki, Tempura & More

with Elizabeth Andoh

Project Description

Share a little about the ingredients and techniques used to create this dish/item. In response to student questions I described a gluten-free "batter" for making tempura. Lightly dust all the shredded vegetables in CORNSTARCH (or potato flour, but NOT rice flour) mixed with a pinch of baking powder and then lightly spray a mist of water over the dusted-vegetables (I use a bottle fitted with a fine-mist spray attachment). Use just enough water to make the vegetables cling together. Form the pancakes and fry them in the same way I demonstrated in the class.

Q&A with Elizabeth Andoh

cheeseheader asked:
Elizabeth Andoh is one of the great food and cultural teachers of this era. As a professional Chef, restauranteur, and educator it has been my extreme pleasure and responsibility to read whatever she has written. Without exception, everything has been outstanding. When I saw that Craftsy had somehow mananged to get her to teach a class online I was, frankly, astonished. Her class has been wonderful. She is gifted. She has the rare ability to explain things to both the inquisitive home cook and the professional chef. I have learned more in this class than in the last 10 years of attending lectures, demonstrations and reading books. This is one of the best investments I have ever made both financially, and the many hours of time spent watching such an instructive and enjoyable and comprehensive class! I hope for a part 2 or another more advanced class in the future. I would certainly enroll - and make sure all of my colleagues knew about it as well. The class materials are great also.
Elizabeth Andoh answered:
Many thanks for your glowing review. Could you copy-and-paste them into the REVIEW section? That way it will have greater influence with the Craftsy people in charge of planning additional classes. Thank you!