Batter - so much convenience in 1 sachet
This batter is amazing – it’s crisp, light, and makes the food inside incredibly tasty.
Available in either a convenient one batch sachet or a Jar that has 4 batches in it.
Instructions to make the batter
Simply add the contents of the sachet + 1 egg + 1 Tablespoon of fizzy mineral water/Soda Stream water/low carb beer, whisk to combine and remove any lumps. If left sitting for 20 mins or more, then whisk again to combine before applying.
Serving size This pack makes enough batter to cover 3-4 fish fillets depending on the size. If you are feeding more mouths, then we recommend buying 2 x Batter sachets or the Jar, which makes 4 batches of batter (for the price of 3).
Batter Macros: Net Carbs less than 0.1g, Protein 17, Fat 0.1g, Energy 322kj, Sodium 583mg
Ingredients: The ingredients are all Keto and Gluten Free: Whey Protein Isolate, our unique combination of raising agents, Xanthan Gum and Salt.
Allergens – this product has dairy from the whey protein isolate which contains a miniscule amount of lactose. The ingredients are Gluten-free.
Meal ideas for batter
It works perfectly for so many things: Battered Fish Fillets, Sweet and Sour Chicken Breast, Sweet and Sour Pork, Squid Rings, Crabmeat Fritters, and Tempura Shrimp.
Tempura Vegetables are a great option too, like Green beans, Broccoli, Eggplant, and Zucchini. Mock apple fritters using zucchini spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg are a taste sensation. For those with a higher carb eating regime, Kumara and Onion rings are amazing battered, as are banana or pineapple fritters.
To make a complete battered fish and chips meal add Keto French Fries, made with either Almond Flour or the lighter style Coconut Flour. To make sweet and sour inspired meals, pair it up with authentic Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce.
What are good keto oils/fat for frying?
A good oil or fat can withstand high temperatures without breaking down into toxic by-products, provides healthy fats and health benefits and is versatile across many keto meals. Here are four options ranked in order of the best in achieving the above three outcomes:
#1 - Extra virgin olive oil - best of the best for cooking as determined by new studies
#2 - Refined Coconut oil - odourless, flavourless and the cheaper type of coconut oil
#3 - Clarified butter (known as Ghee) - gives a satisfying buttery flavour with minimal risk of burning during high-heat cooking because the protein and lactose sugars have been removed.
#4 - Lard - is the cheapest cooking fat and you can make it yourself. Lay out bacon on a tray in the oven as you preheat it as this will render as much fat as possible. Once the bacon is cooked to the desired level of crispness, remove it from the tray and filter the rendered lard through a fine-mesh strainer.