Ingredients: Wheat flour (Made in Okinawa), Sugar, Sweetened Condensed Skim Milk (sugar, condensed skim milk, vegetable oil), Powdered Oils (vegetable oil, corn syrup), Salt, Baking Powder, Casein (made from milk), Emulsifier (made from soy), Antioxidant (Tocopherol) (made from soy) (Allergies: wheat, milk, soy)
*Made in a shared facility that also processes eggs.
Amount: 150g or 500g
How to Make:
This "Sata Andagi" product, Okinawa's representative sweet donut, is a flour mix that can easily be made by adding eggs and neutral vegetable oil (or melted butter). Sata Andagi is a ball-shaped fried donut that has originated in China and made it's way into Okinawan culture long ago. When you fry the ball of dough, the ball will suddenly open up before its done cooking, and it is said this is because it is laughing as if you were laughing.
In Okinawa, it is presented at celebrations such as marriages and celebrations, and is a typical Okinawan confectionery. You can make about 17 donuts from one bag.
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Avoid storing in a high temperature, high humidity place. Keep out of direct sunlight. It is best to store in temperatures under 25℃ (77℉).
Once open, regardless of the expiration date, please consume as soon as possible. In order to avoid high humidity and insect damage, keep in a tightly closed container.
Manufactured by: Okinawa Seifun