Japanese scientists create low-fat, crispy fish batter

09/25/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A team of Japanese scientists has created a recipe for a low-fat but crispy fish batter. By studying how the structure of batter molecules changed during the frying stage, the scientists were able to alter the water content and frying time to produce a crispy batter that is low in fat.

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