These Gluten Free Vegan Tempura vegetables are crispy and satisfying. Eat them with a sweet or savory dipping sauce.
Love at First Bite
I do not eat fried foods very often, but when I do, I really enjoy them. I fell in love with tempura vegetables many years ago. Since I can no longer eat gluten, I thought I would make my own Gluten Free Vegan Tempura. I am so glad that I did, because these came out just the way I wanted - crispy and satisfying.These Gluten Free Vegan Tempura vegetables are crispy and satisfying! Click To Tweet
I usually have rice flour and club soda in my pantry, and I always have vegetables, so this rice flour tempura is a comfort food that I can whip up whenever a fried food craving hits.
Tempura Needs a Good Dipping Sauce
I used two different sauces for this vegan tempura. The first was a mustard dipping sauce, which I really enjoyed, because I like the spiciness of the mustard. By the second or third time that I ate these, I wanted a sweet sauce, so I included that link as well.
I haven't tried it with this, but I also have some Sweet Potato Sushi Rolls with Quinoa that come with a Miso Ginger Dipping Sauce recipe.
So there's lots of possibilities on what you dip these tempura vegetables in!
Other Appetizers You might Like
- Vegetable Fritters
- Roasted Tomato Bruschetta
- Cornmeal Baked Asparagus Fries with Vegan Lemon Garlic Mayo
- Vegan Cream Cheese Puffs
- Maple Chipotle Cashews
Gluten Free Vegan Tempura Recipe
These tempura vegetables are a great appetizer. They are sure to impress!
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Gluten Free Vegan Tempura
- 2 cups of chopped vegetables - I used: red pepper, onion, zucchini, yellow squash
- ¾ cup cold club soda
- ¾ cup rice flour
- canola oil or other high heat neutral oil
- Mix sauce ingredients in a small bowl. Set aside.
- Mix club soda, rice flour and salt. Dip chopped vegetables in batter, removing the excess batter.
- Heat oil in a pan. It should be two or three inches deep. Oil is ready when it reaches 350°, or when a pinch of batter sizzles. If the oil isn't hot enough, the vegetables will soak up the oil.
- Fry the vegetables, a few at a time to keep the oil hot, turning after they look crispy. The vegetables are done when they are golden and crispy.
- Place veggies on paper towels or a rack to let oil drip off. Sprinkle with salt. Serve with dipping sauce.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.
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