deep frying


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deep frying:

see cookingcooking,
the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption.

Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil; sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil; stir-frying
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The potato will still get a crispy surface and taste good, but it's much healthier than deep frying.
Possible mechanisms behind the increased cancer risk, Stanford hypothesizes, include the fact that when oil is heated to temperatures suitable for deep frying, potentially carcinogenic compounds can form in the fried food.
The book provides simple instructions on how anyone, even a complete novice, can prepare a deep fried turkey, and covers literally everything needed to get started deep frying a turkey.
We still don't know, but they converted a liquid into a solid by means of deep frying it.
Chemists and food scientists from the food and edible oil industries and from universities explore a range of topics relating to deep frying food.
That might mean turning the fish into goujons and deep frying them but it's better than not eating any fish at all.
Cooking Methods: Braising, Frying & Searing (45 minutes) covers the preparation of a number of different entrees including Grandma Bread, searing fish without overcooking it, deep frying chicken wings, and the making of a nutritious stew by braising beef and vegetables.
They can be regenerated by deep frying for 4-6 minutes, shallow frying for 8-10 minutes or oven baking for 15 minutes.
Heat the oil in a wok or deep frying pan until hot and deep fry the prawns for approx 3 minutes until golden and crisp.