How do I store tempura bits?

bronwyncarlisle
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I made tempura prawns and veges, and scattered little bits of batter around in the oil so I'd have the crispy bits for okonomiyaki. Now what do I do with them? Air-tight container in the pantry? Treat them like cookies?

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maki
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Re: How do I store tempura bits?

You can either store them in an airtight container in a cool location (pantry for example), or in the freezer. I prefer the freezer, since I'm super-picky about that rancid oil taste thing.

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bronwyncarlisle
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Re: How do I store tempura bits?

Thanks Maki.

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