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My daughter, who is taking Japanese classes, wanted to make this recipe from her textbook. I can't tell you how proud of her I was watching her put this together and also how perfectly fantastic this hearty dish was on the cold, rainy evening that it was s

In Japan, tempura over rice is simply called tendon. It's a shortened word for tempura donburi. You can certainly use any veggies, herbs, fish, seafood for the topping. Normally, large shrimp along with several varieties of vegetables are made into tempura

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