A clumsy writer who almost always scatters the powder bag around when he opens it. I have introduced a "bag cap " that can be attached to the mouth of a bag before, but it is a little difficult to sprinkle it evenly because the powder comes out in a lump.
The other day, I found a convenient item for such "powder dust" at Tokyu Hands. It is "FURIKO" released this year from the household goods brand "reina".
This product is a compact container made from a "powder sieve" that contains wheat flour, potato starch, and powdered sugar. It is about the size of a 500ml (16.91us fl oz) PET bottle and does not take up space in the cooking space.
Silicone caps are attached to the top and bottom of the container, and one side is a sieve with a small hole.
Immediately add the cake flour and use it. To use, just put powder from one side, close the cap, remove the cap on the other side and sift. The opening is about 7 cm in diameter, and I was able to put it in here without sprinkling powder.
When using, the amount can be adjusted in two ways. If you hold the main container and "turn" the upper rotating part, you can put out a small amount in a narrow range, and if you "hit", you can put out a large amount in a wide range.
Since the powder containing air spreads softly, it will not be wasted because it comes out too much, and the rest is completed by lightly tapping the meat. After use, turn the case over and leave it as it is, and you can immediately move on to the next work. Note that if you do not close the cap properly, it will come off easily when you lift it!
The container itself is not completely sealed, so it cannot be used for storage, but if you pack a small amount, it will be sprinkled quickly when needed. “Powder comes out as soon as you remove the cap”… That's all, but I feel that the psychological burden during cooking is less than I imagined.
My personal favorite point is that each part can be disassembled and washed. If you have one, you can replace the powder inside and use it, so it seems to be useful for a wide range of purposes such as fried chicken and making sweets.
The price of FURIKO is 1,500 yen (excluding tax). In addition to the white used this time, there seems to be red as well.