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HOW TO DEEP-FRY

This Frying Trick Will Help Speed Up Cooking

You will also avoid the dreaded oil splatters.
We all know the dreaded talsik is one of the many reasons why many home cooks dread frying food. Even if the food they're frying is their favorite food, the oily splatters that come with frying in a lot of hot oil can frighten even the ...

Is Your Oil Hot Enough? Plus, Other Deep Frying Tips

Get golden brown perfection every time.
Deep frying, we admit, may not be the healthiest cooking option, but it’s a good contender for one of the tastiest and easiest ways to cook food. Good old French fries, fried chicken, and donuts—all those delightful dishes turn out beautifully when ...

This Is The Secret To The Crispiest Onion Rings

There's an ingredient that makes it extra crispy.
The secret to cooking crispy onion rings is actually not a big secret. In fact, you may already know it. The thing is you may be omitting the ingredient. We don't blame you. With everyone leading busier and busier lives, skipping a step or ...

Here's What To Do With Oil After Deep-Frying

Here's what you can with all that oil that you just used.
We all know that deep-fried dishes can be good— fried chicken, beer-battered fish fillets, chicken nuggets. But all these dishes take up a lot of oil: atleast a liter is needed just to fill a medium heavy-bottomed pot.So what do you do ...

Tip of the Week: How to Achieve Crispy Fried Food All the Time

We spill on the secrets to deep-frying!
It takes a little know-how to get your food to be crispy and stay crispy. These tips are tried and tested: enjoy munching on your next batch of crunch fried chicken! 1  Use neutral-flavored oil with a high smoke point. Canola, vegetable, and ...
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