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Recipe of Shrimp with Tempura and Panko in Chipotle Mango Sauce

Shrimp with Tempura and Panko in Chipotle Mango Sauce

1h 30 mins
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An appetizer with exquisite flavors and different textures that will make of that moment a cosmic sensation. Rich shrimp breaded Japanese style in an additive mango sauce.
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6 portions
  • 1 kilo shrimp, of medium to large size.
  • 2 cups flour for tempura
  • 4 cups Water, very cold
  • 1 on ground bread, (Japanese empanizer)
  • 2 mangos, ripe cut into cubes
  • 1/4 red onions, cut into squares
  • 1 clove garlic, large finely chopped
  • 1 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, large, (canned)
  • 1 tablespoon ginger, finely chopped
  • 1/2 liters oil, (soy or olive preferably)
  • 2 lemon juice
  • salt
  • black pepper


Peel the shrimp leaving only its tail or finlets. Clean and wash them. Season them with salt and pepper. Let it rest while you prepare the flour.
In a bowl mix the flour for tempura and the very cold water, the latter add gradually until you get a thick mass not too liquid. If you can not get dough for tempura prepare it with normal flour as follows: A cup of flour, an egg, a pinch of salt, a pinch of pepper, ½ cup of milk and ½ cup of very cold water.
To prepare the mango sauce, put in a pan oil over medium heat, then add the onion and fry until transparent, add the ginger and garlic (which is equivalent to one tablespoon since its flavor is very strong) stir and add the handle in cubes, wait until the mixture is soft. When the mixture is soft, add chipotle chili and stir.
Remove the pan from the heat and add lemon juice, salt and pepper. Let the sauce cool and then put it in the blender.
In another container place the panko (if you can not get it use crunchy empanizer of your choice). Meanwhile in a saucepan from medium to small and deep add the oil and let it heat up completely.
Submerge the shrimp one by one in the tempura dough, then cover them with the empanizer and then submerge them in the hot oil. (Do not add many because they can be pasted); its cooking will be 2 to 3 min. Maximum)


NOTE: the sauce for tempura can also be used to ride: onion rings, sushi coins, pieces of chicken, pieces of fish, vegetables of your choice, etc.


Serve on a plate and in a small bowl add the sauce to submerge the shrimp. It can be served with white rice. (Remember that the sauce is optional, you can prepare one of your choice)

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Ratings (8)
Angelyna Rossi
06/11/2014 13:05:04
Maravillosa!! Es una receta para toda ocasión, gracias, a prepararla!!
Andrea Prado
06/06/2013 10:07:39
riqusimo!! genial la preparare
Lorenza Avila
11/05/2013 08:59:32
100% la recomiendo Seguí la receta al paso de la letra y me parecio ESPECTACULAR. Se las recomiendo a todos. Es bastante fácil de preparar. Yo lo serví como primer plato, a todos les encantó. Subí mi foto para que vean como me quedó.
Viki Quintana
04/05/2013 16:51:16
ricaaa demasiado antojable!! me encanto la presentacion
Raquel Margarita Ramirez Sanchez
09/03/2013 22:55:25
muy ricooooooooo algo diferente y muy antojable.
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