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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Video Blog | How to Make Camaron Rebusado


Yes, I finally got my newest youtube video up.

Ok, it's not professionally done and refined as I hoped for, but I did  put in a lot of time editing this video.  Ask my husband, who saw me go crazy throughout the process - from the video shoot, to downloading the music, to addressing the problem of my "possessed" laptop.  Thank you to my hubby for helping me and putting up with all my questions and request.  So after a week of editing, here it goes.

As always, I would love to hear your feedback.  Please comment if the techniques and tips I shared are helpful.  So here's my video on: How to make Camaron Rebusado.





Camaron Rebusado


Ingredients
1 lb shrimp, deveined
1/2 cup flour
1/2 cup cornstarch
1 tsp lemon-pepper powder
1/4 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp baking soda
salt to taste
1 egg slightly beaten
3/4 c ice cold water

Procedure
Pat dry the shrimp with paper towel.  Season with lemon-pepper powder and salt.

Mix the dry ingredients first: flour, cornstarch, lemon-pepper powder.  Roll the shrimp iver, This will allow the water to be absorbed by the dry ingredients. 

On a separate bowl, whip egg and  ice cold water together.  Pour it over the dry ingredients and mix well.The batter should be very cold so that when it hits the hot oil, the reaction causes the batter to inflate, making it crispy and fluffier.




To fry, fill a deep pan approximately half full of oil. Heat to 350F to 375F. Place 3 to 4 pieces at a time.
The rebusado floats as soon as you drop them  but continue to cook, turning until all sides are slightly golden brwon.  Remove from pan and put the shrimp on a plate lined with paper towel to drain

Enjoy with sweet chili sauce



18 comments:

  1. Love it Malou! Great idea of keeping it cold by placing the bowl in iced water.

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    1. thank you for dropping by Remil. Great to see you!

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing the tips. Mabuhay!

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  3. Good tip, will certainly try it! Thanks.

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  4. Good tips, will certainly try your Camaron version. Thanks

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    1. thank you and let me know how it turns out. :)

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  5. I have never made tempura, now I know how. Great post, like always Ading Malou, and you sound and look great on video. Kudos.

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    1. awww you always make me feel good about what i do and about myself hihi. thanks mucho!
      malou

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  6. You are definitely getting betta' sistah! Love it! Camaron Rebosado is I think, one of my mom's specialty too, but would love to try your version someday!

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  7. Just one comment on your video - I still feel a little bit of your nerves coming out NFF, relax a bit more and keep on looking into the camera - pretend the camera is a close friend and like your just chatting to that friend. I hope that helps :-)

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    1. I know, i should just have fun. I will do what you suggested, it sure does help.
      Thanks my NFF! I hope to see you in Dec 10

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    2. Dec.10 or 8? Are you coming to Pacquiao night? :-)

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    3. yes I'm planning to... will have to check it with hubs. Kaya kita love e haha.. mwah!

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  8. Great recipe! And really nice video. You obviously put a lot of work into this - thanks so much.

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  9. You did a great job with the video, I can see the effort you put in - so worth it! Thanks for sharing this and the handy tips, will have to try it soon!

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  10. Ooh! Nice tip! Thanks teammate! ;)

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