Tempura battering flour

Tempura is special battering flour for deep frying. In Japanese cuisine this flour is used to make batter in which seafood is fried such as squids, shrimps and fish as well as various vegetables. It can also be used to make hot Tempura rolls with different stuffing. As a result, you have a dish whose ingredients stay fresh, melt in your mouth and are do not taste fatty although fried in oil. When eating Tempura, small pieces are detached and dipped in soy sauce. Battered products ... 

Tempura is special battering flour for deep frying. In Japanese cuisine this flour is used to make batter in which seafood is fried such as squids, shrimps and fish as well as various vegetables. It can also be used to make hot Tempura rolls with different stuffing. As a result, you have a dish whose ingredients stay fresh, melt in your mouth and are do not taste fatty although fried in oil. When eating Tempura, small pieces are detached and dipped in soy sauce.

Battered products retain most of their vitamins because they are protected against high temperatures. Besides, they do not come into contact with oil during frying, so the food battered this way is nutritive and wholesome. It is also easily digestible and gives a long feeling of satiety. 
150 gr All items
Ingredients:
Wheat flour, rice flour, cornstarch, baking powder (E 500 (ii), E 521), salt
Nutritional Information at 100g.:
Proteins - 10.1 gr
Fats - 1 gr
Carbohydrates - 80 gr
Energy value at 100g.:
360 kcal

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