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Deep-Frying

What to Do with Your New Dutch Oven

Did you score a Prime Day deal on a new Dutch oven this year? Congrats! Braise, boil, bake, and fry in the Dutch oven—the options are endless. Here’s what you need to know about your new favorite piece...
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Great Induction Deep Fryer for $40.00!

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by zackly 5 years ago

I bought this Tatung induction hot plate & covered pan combo awhile back from Newegg when it was on sale. It sat unopened in the box until last evening when I wanted to try a new recipe for Mochiko...

Anyone Tried Making Scotch Eggs Without Flour & Egg Wash?

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by aT0Mic 3 months ago

Especially for _baked_ Scotch Eggs, it occurred to me that the sausage might cook better if not coated with the tri-breading coating. The rendering fat could soak into the crumbs and have a frying ...

Home Pressure Fryers?

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by zackly 9 months ago

Are there any available? Can any of the new Instant Pots or be used to pressure fry? I've been frying chicken lately and in my research I've noted that most of the fast food chicken places use pres...

What's the proper way to clean a cast iron dutch oven used for deep frying?

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by TKB21 7 months ago

I have a large cast iron dutch oven that I use often to fry french fries and chicken. I just got done with re-seasoning it due to the grease build up on the sides from accidental overflows and drip...

T-Fal ActiFry Fryer

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by JerkPork 11 months ago

Anyone have any experience with these? Are they worth it? What is the difference between the different models. Most seem to hold 1kg but prices range from $100 to $270 (Canadian). Costco has th...

How to Cook Deep Fried Turkey legs (2 pounds) please help me!

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by Luismadecoto 1 year ago

I have 44 qt Deep Frier turkey pot, we have experience for more that 10 years making Deep Fried Turkey, now using same equipment I want to make fried turkey legs, I have 2 attempts, but not have ...

Can I use my noodle/pasta boiler as a deep fryer?

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by carmal_a 1 year ago

Hello everybody, This is my first post here :) I have a table top pasta/noodle boiler that I don't have much use for it and I need a deep fryer. I was wondering if I could use my boiler as a...

Deep Fryer Disappointment

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by Brittbabelsu 11 years ago

So, I spent hours reading reviews, comparing prices, etc., to get the "right" deep fryer. I have been frying in a pot with oil and thermometer, and my biggest complaint with that was mess. I bought...

How to Deep Fry Often without a Mess (Optimal Vessel?)

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by EsotericWaffles 2 years ago

I'm having trouble finding a way to deep fry without oil getting everywhere. I don't mean this in the sense that the oil is exploding, since I use a thermometer the whole time. No, my biggest chall...

Air Fryer

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by codmeister 2 years ago

My wife just bought a new air fryer. It's supposedly a healthier way of frying food than traditional deep fat/oil frying. I tried cooking batter-coated cod fish. The result? The batter was not...

Deep-Fried turkey.. brine or not?

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by adroit_minx 13 years ago

We're considering deep-frying a turkey this Thanksgiving. I always brine a bird headed for the oven, but was wondering if the additional moisture in the bird, if brined, would be a disaster in a d...

Double Fry Method on Turkey

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by biggy8133 2 years ago

Double Frying is a great method for cooking, especially to get that crispy skin on chicken while making sure inside is cooked all the way. I was wondering if anyone has ever thought of frying a wh...

Tramontina Deep Fryer: Anyone Tried This?

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by Libranflight 3 years ago

Anyone used this? It seems very versatile and inexpensive, and somehow has rivets on the outside, but not on the inside. I like not having rivets inside pots. I was asking questions on Amazon ...

Deep frying with Canola Oil

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by wishesforsale 12 years ago

Hi, I was wondering if I were to be deep frying with 100% pure canola oil at home, would the oil eventually generate trans fat? What if I reused this oil to deep fry again as well? Thanks

Does deep frying chicken cause smoke?

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by cgxy96 3 years ago

I live in a loft dorm with a fire alarm. I can cook as long as it does not trigger the alarm. My friend have smoke a cigarette in my toilet and I have shallow fried eggs in olive oil on an inductio...

ever deep fry a duck?

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by rudeboy 17 years ago

I'm going to fry a duck with my leftover turkey oil - tips and hints? I'm straining the oil thru cheesecloth first. My current plan is to brine the duck, then rub it in chinese 5 spice, chili, an...

I want a super multi-cooker: deep fryer, slow cooker, rice cooker, pressure cooker, etc.

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by travelerjjm 4 years ago

My deep fryer died this morning. This is my third or fourth. I don't fry a lot, but I like the control of the fryer appliance. I have an old one-temp slow cooker that is solid, but would kind of li...

Deep frying = XX extra calories. Anyone????

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by Moimoi 8 years ago

I just purchased a seriously cool deep fryer and I'd LOVE to know how many calories deep frying adds to food. I can't believe, if fried properly, a deep-fried item is THAT evil. No one in my ...

The secret to great fried chicken wings?

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by carophil11 3 years ago

I have a mild obsession with chicken wings. Ok, maybe it's not so mild. There's not one moment of any day ever where I would refuse wings if I was offered them. My favorite type of wing is j...

Reusing deep frying oil? What are "the rules"?

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by DigitalVelvet 11 years ago

I looked for a thread on this topic, but was unable to find one. What are the rules of thumb for saving and reusing deep frying oil? I don't remember the source, but I read once... from a source ...