Camaron Rebosado

Camaron rebosado — “the Shrimp tempura of the Philippines”, is an easy seafood dish which is made out of deep fried battered shrimps served with sweet chilli or sweet and sour sauce. Though it looks like a tempura this shrimp dish is very different to the Japanese counterpart as the batter of this recipe is very heavy compared to the tempura, and besides, it is served with a different sauce. It’s more filling and flavourful that’s why it is commonly consumed with rice together with side dish rather than on its own.


Camaron Rebosado
 
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Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 500g shrimps or prawns, peeled
  • juice from 1 lemon
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • ¾ cup cold water
  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 tbsp fish sauce
  • salt
  • oil
Instructions
  1. Marinate shrimps in lemon, salt and freshly ground black pepper.
  2. In a bowl mix together baking powder, 1 cup flour, fish sauce, water and egg.
  3. Prepare a wok, fill with oil then heat it up.
  4. Place remaining flour in a plate, dip shrimps flour first then in batter, deep fry shrimps until golden. Place in a paper towel lined plate to drain excess oil.
  5. Transfer to a clean plate then serve with sweet chilli sauce.

 

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  1. Joanne says:

    I’m such a huge fan of shrimp and this looks wonderful!

  2. Villy says:

    Wonderful way to prepare the shrimps!

  3. grillqueen says:

    My favorite!! Eversince I was a kid, I loooooved Camaron Rebosado. The best that I had was at Cecile’s Restaurant in Las Pinas. You probably never heard of it but it was really good! thanks for this post! Brings back good old memories 😀 😀

    – Val of The Foodscrapbook

  4. Simply Tia says:

    Oh shrimp how I love you!!! This looks delicious Raymund.

  5. This looks really good! Though I’m partial to the Japanese tempura, I don’t think I can resist this when it’s on the table. 😀

  6. Kristy says:

    I do love shrimp and the sauce sounds delicious!

  7. I use to eat shrimp tempura like a madman when I was a kid…and I think I still could. 😉

  8. Those look like the best shrimp tempura I have ever seen! When are you going to start your own restaurant already?

  9. Purely.. Kay says:

    Who doesn’t love shrimp tempura. I know I love it and these look wonderful. I miss eating shrimp 🙂

  10. sugaredpecan says:

    I have always loved shrimp and vegetables in tempura batter but never have made it. This looks great!

  11. Oooh I love this dish! You’re right it’s similar, but also very different from tempura. You can’t go wrong with fried shrimp!

  12. meri says:

    It might be a bit rich for me, but I bet it is utterly delicious! I’ve never had shrimp like this or tempura even, I’d like to try.

  13. Yum…
    You know this is very similar t shrimp fritters indian style, although they are more spicy…
    Totally yummy… I love fried food although try to limit them…
    But this is surely a dish I will love to eternity… Oh I can taste them right now.

  14. Man, you’re killing me here w/ all of these delicious soups – I don’t know where to start!

  15. I LOVE Filipino version of shrimp tempura! 😉

  16. foodjaunts says:

    Aw these are cute looking and perfectly crispy. Now I feel the need to go get some fried shrimp for lunch!

  17. Love 2 Type says:

    a bit like calamares i think except that its shrimp here instead of squid

  18. Carolyn Chan says:

    I just want to reach in to your photo, grab a prawn by the tail and take a big crunchy bite out of it !

  19. irine says:

    i love cooking, i have to try this one, look so yummy,,, 😉

  20. Shirley says:

    I was immediately drawn to this photo because it looks so much like my family’s fried shrimp! YUM. We’re Chinese-American by way of Malaysia and Singapore.

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