This traditional Japanese dish will taste especially local -- We're using beer from the Upland Brewing Company in the batter!
I picked up some local acorn squash for this recipe because you can eat the skin and all. If you purchase it from a grocery store, you will want to peel off the waxy coating.
When mixing the batter, make sure the ingredients are cold. This will help the batter adhere to the veggies. Do a test-run in your fryer. If the batter doesn't adhere well, add more flour.
Enjoy this with your favorite dipping sauce, like our Beet And Honey Vinaigrette With Orange.