As a crispy garnish, fine grids are a real eye-catcher. You can color the base in different colors. It is important that the colorant is heat-resistant. E.g. beetroot, sepia ink, etc.
- 65 ml oil
- 55ml water
- 10 grams of flour
- 1 pinch of salt
- Coloring agent (e.g. from Color Food)
- Mix all the ingredients together well, also with a hand blender.
- Heat pan to medium heat
- Stir batter each time before pouring and pour a small portion into hot pan
- Wait for the water vapor to disappear
- Take out the grid and place on kitchen paper
- after a few seconds, the grid is fixed and can be used
- The procedure is basically simple, but still requires some experience.
- But at least you should know the heat settings of your stove well and be able to adjust them.
- If the pan is too hot, the outer edges of the grid will burn, turning first brown and then black
- If the pan is too cold, the flour won’t cook through