Spiders. They live around you, the sleep next to, and they hide in the corners of your room. They're considered pests by most people, but to some, then considered a delicacy. Believe or not, the strongest natural fiber known is from the silk of the Nephila spider, but that spider is nothing compared to a huge, hairy, hideous tarantula. Tarantulas have been a delicacy for years. Enjoy one of these recipes when they are hot and crispy.
You Will Need
* Tarantulas, defanged
* Tempura batter
* Deep fryer
* Paper towels
Step 1: Remove abdomen
Make tempura tarantulas. Start by removing the spider's abdomen.
Step 2: Remove hair
Singe off all of the hair with a lighter.
Step 3: Make tempura batter
Make the tempura batter according to the package directions and dip the tarantula in the batter.
Make sure the spider is completely covered with batter.
Step 4: Put in a deep fryer
Put the spider in a deep fryer for 1 minute, or until it's crispy.
Step 5: Place on paper towel
Place the fried spider on a paper towel to drain any excess oil. Remove the legs and add a garnish. Then dip it in your favorite condiment.
Step 6: Make deep fried tarantula
Make deep fried tarantula without the tempura by first seasoning it with salt and garlic.
Step 7: Place in deep fryer
Place the seasoned spider in a deep fryer for 1 minute, or until it's crispy. They are crispy on the outside and gooey in the middle.
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