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Fried vegetables in eggless batter: crunchy and appetizing!

fried vegetables in vegan batter

Fried vegetables in vegan batter are a really tasty finger food, perfect to serve as a single dish or second course.

Today we prepare a dish that is impossible to resist: fried vegetables in vegan batter. If you want a delicious recipe that will impress your guests and that won't waste too much time in the kitchen, then you're in the right place. And what's more, with our preparation you can make vegetables in batter that are also suitable for those who follow a vegan diet .

Let's go and see all the ingredients to make this fantastic 100% VEG mixed fried vegetables!

fried vegetables in vegan batter
fried vegetables in vegan batter

Preparation of fried battered vegetables

  1. Let's see immediately how to make the batter. The vegan recipe can be made in different ways, and today we will use sparkling water and rice flour. Pour the latter into a bowl and begin to pour in the water gradually, continuing to stir vigorously with a fork. Add a little salt and balance the flour well with the water, until you have obtained a fluid mixture.
  2. Let the batter for the fried vegetables rest in the refrigerator . In the meantime, start washing and cleaning all the vegetables that will make up your dish. Try to make small pieces, so that once immersed in boiling oil they can cook perfectly.
  3. Dip the pieces of vegetables in the batter, and put the frying oil on the heat. Fry a few at a time, so as to reach the optimal crunchiness, and once they are golden , dry them with kitchen paper.
  4. Serve the crispy fried vegetables with salt and, if you like, some lemon juice. Enjoy your meal!

And if you want to try other delicious recipes, here's our delicious vegan pizza with radicchio and red Tropea onion !


Fried food is superb when eaten just ready , still hot and nice and crunchy. You can also freeze them in the freezer to make them last longer: dry them well from the excess oil after frying them, place them on a tray and transfer them to the freezer for at least 24 hours. Once well frozen, put the vegetables in food bags and leave them in the freezer until needed.

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