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Deep-Frying

How to Make the Most Expensive Steak Sandwich in America

The most expensive sandwich in the country appears deceptively simple: panko-fried beef between two sauce-painted pieces of toasted white...
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Can I use my noodle/pasta boiler as a deep fryer?

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by carmal_a 3 months 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 10 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 8 months 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 12 months 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 12 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 9 months 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 1 year 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 11 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 2 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 15 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 3 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 7 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 2 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 9 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 ...

Dutch Oven - ECI or Clad?

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by DuffyH 2 years ago

I think I need a Dutch oven. For Christmas Eve we cooked 10 pounds of French fries and on Christmas Day, we fried 10 pounds of chicken wings. With each being double fried, this put a lot of strain ...

What to do with leftover deep fry oil

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by chocchipcookie 11 years ago

Okay, we just made french fries last night in my barely broken in cast iron skillet. They were outstanding and I will never bake them in the oven again. My quesstion, what do I do with the oil? Lea...

Midwest/Mennonite Raisin Fritters?

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by DuffyH 2 years ago

Mom used to make these every year for the holidays. They're a very stretchy yeast dough, filled with raisins and deep-fried. They differed from most fruit fritters found today in that they weren't ...

Favorite easy deep fried foods?

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by Bonniexx 2 years ago

I'm running a cooking group tomorrow where we'll be practicing best technique for deep frying cheese. Since we'll have the oil going, I was trying to come up with other things to deep fry that are ...

Fried cheese attempt feedback

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by Bonniexx 2 years ago

I'm leading a group on fried cheese this weekend so I'm beginning my trials. First trial: minimal success. I used crappy block mozz cheese and a Murray's mozz balls to see if it matters (yes, ye...

Deep Fried Boneless Turkey?

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by justbeingpolite 2 years ago

Has anyone tried this? Am I crazy? I've done boneless turkey several times, so I'm comfortable with deboning the bird. I've roasted 'em and smoked one. I was going to try deep frying this year....