Hiwell has two battering machines. One is common battering machine, curtain type, use the thin batter, the other is the tempura battering machine, use the tempura batter to make the coated meat, fish and other products. Below is a simple introduction of the tempura batter, and we believe each customer will have his own recipe.
Tempura is a popular Japanese dish of vegetables and seafood coated in a very light and airy batter and fried to perfection. It's served at Japanese restaurants worldwide.
A basic Japanese tempura batter is made of flour, egg, and ice water. While simple, there are some tricks to producing crispy tempura. Ice water, sifted flour, and hot oil are just a few of the key factors that will produce restaurant-style results.
Nearly anything you can deep-fry is a candidate for tempura batter. Shrimp tempura is the best known, and chicken tenders or fish fillets work, too. For vegetables, try bell peppers, broccoli, eggplant, mushrooms, and sweet potatoes. The batter can even be used to make onion rings.
The tempura battering machine dips the products in to the batter, and blow off the extra batter, then output the coated products into the next machine, such as the breading machine or fryer.