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 T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED)

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BackRhodes

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T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Fri, 01/10/14 4:22 PM (permalink)
Yup, this here topic is about ALL things FRIED...
 
Whether it be spuds, waffles, or garlic flavored deep fried ice cream...
 
WHAT do you FRY...and HOW do you do it...???
 
What type oil and at what temp...???
 
What are your favorites, and what would you never do again ? (remember we're talking about food here)
 
 

 
 
<message edited by BackRhodes on Fri, 01/10/14 4:37 PM>
 
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    Davydd

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    Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Fri, 01/10/14 5:07 PM (permalink)
    Breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches - A Midwestern delicacy.
     
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      FriedClamFanatic

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      Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Fri, 01/10/14 10:51 PM (permalink)
      Did home-made clam fritters one time......so/so  Regularly do Potatoes and onions(in batter)..yum.  Potatoes are done in 2 batches..first at 330...cooled.then again at 375.....most everything else is 375.  did a tempura with veggies and shrimp......pretty good.  Peanut oil is the oil of choice
       
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        mar52

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        Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Fri, 01/10/14 11:29 PM (permalink)
        Better question (not that yours is bad or not as good as this one...)
         
        I have a deep fryer I've never used.  Would love to!
         
        How do you get rid of the oil?
         
        I only saute.  Don't want a lot of oil to worry about.
         
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          Foodbme

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          Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Sat, 01/11/14 3:09 AM (permalink)
          Deep Fried Turkey!
          AND they have used oil drop off facilities at our town's Fire Stations
           
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            Davydd

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            Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Sat, 01/11/14 10:00 AM (permalink)
            mar52


            Better question (not that yours is bad or not as good as this one...)

            I have a deep fryer I've never used.  Would love to!

            How do you get rid of the oil?

            I only saute.  Don't want a lot of oil to worry about.

            Most home of the stainless steel type deep fryers with the wire basket take a full gallon of oil. I just filter it and pour it back into its container. It can be re-used.
             
            Then you did say you had a diesel stationwagon.
             
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              BackRhodes

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              Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Sat, 01/18/14 3:14 PM (permalink)
              Once you decide you're done with any particular batch of oil, and you've put it back into it's original jug, take it to your local BIODIESEL fuel dealer...
               
              The secret to oil is drain & filter it often...
               
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                Foodbme

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                Re:T.G.I.F !!! (Thank Goodness It's FRIED) Sat, 01/18/14 3:53 PM (permalink)
                Cooking oil can be reused as long as you don't exceed the Smoke Point.
                Once that happens you need to get rid of it because it can be harmful to your well being.
                http://jonbarron.org/article/healthiest-cooking-oil-chart-smoke-points#.Utro69Hn-M8
                 
                 
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