Who doesn’t love fried foods in the form of fried veggies every once in a while? Why not have a homemade Ruby Tuesday’s tempura green beans as a snack served with homemade soy-sesame dipping sauce, or as a nice side for your favorite main dish like beef stir-fry?
If you have avoided eating greens, then our take on Ruby Tuesday’s green beans recipe might be the one that will change your mind. These green beans, which were inspired by the original dish from Ruby Tuesday, will be an absolute hit at your next get-together. Looking for more tempura dishes to add to your game day menu? This shrimp tempura recipe deserves a spot on your list. These shrimp appetizers are delicious and oh-so-crispy!
How To Make Copycat Ruby Tuesday’s Tempura Green Beans
Complete the ensemble and serve these crunchy tempura green beans with Ruby Tuesday’s dipping sauce for fried green beans. Let the delightful taste of beans further elevated with hints of almond milk and garlic blend with the special soy-sesame sauce.
- 14 oz green beans, ends trimmed
- 8 cups vegetable oil, for frying
For Tempura Batter:
- 1 cup cake flour
- 1 cup soda water, very cold, if you are using canned soda water do not open until about to make the batter
- ¼ tsp garlic powder
- 1 pc egg
- ¼ cup sweet chili sauce, per serving
- Preheat your oil, ready for frying.
- In the small bowl. combine flour, garlic powder, egg, and soda water. Whisk until the batter is slightly lumpy.
- Dip green beans in the very cold batter and deep fry the green beans in batches for about 5 minutes or until golden and crispy.
- Drain onto your basket lined with paper towels. Repeat until you have fried all your green beans.
- Serve your tempura green beans immediately with sweet chili sauce.
- Sugar: 7g
- Calcium: 30mg
- Calories: 2624kcal
- Carbohydrates: 25g
- Cholesterol: 1mg
- Fat: 291g
- Fiber: 2g
- Iron: 1mg
- Monounsaturated Fat: 33g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g
- Potassium: 163mg
- Protein: 4g
- Saturated Fat: 237g
- Sodium: 119mg
- Vitamin A: 458IU
- Vitamin C: 8mg
Frequently Asked Questions
Why are my tempura green beans not crispy?
Once the wheat flour gets wet, it starts to form gluten. Too much gluten prevents the batter from being crispy and gets lumpy instead. Another reason is the oil is not being enough. Make sure to check if the oil is adequate enough to have the crispiest tempura-fried green beans result!
What can I add to green beans for flavor?
Our copycat recipe is flavored with hints of almond milk and garlic powder and pepper. But there are other herbs and seasonings that go well with the flavors of green beans. You can add thyme, salt, and onion powder for more elaborate flavors!
ConclusionNow you don’t have to drive down to Ruby Tuesday to have this scrumptious snack. Try serving these tempura green beans to the little ones to change their minds about eating greens! Add their favorite dipping sauce to the menu and watch as they ask for second servings!
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