Potatoes soak up a lot of flavor, so salting the water prior to cooking is a good idea for the best taste. And you aren’t limited to plain…

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The standard breading technique involves first dredging the item with flour, dipping it in egg wash, and then finally coating it with breadcrumbs. This works because the flour…

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Yes, there should be no discernable difference. I only buy unbleached flour, much healthier for you and whole wheat flour is even better. Imparts nutty quality to fried…

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Use cold, leftover cooked rice. Left in the fridge overnight, the rice grains will firm up, making it easier to separate and decreasing the chances of your fried…

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Which way do you fry a turkey? Place the turkey into a drain basket, neck-side first. Working slowly and carefully, gently lower the basket into the hot oil…

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If you don’t have access to a stove, oven, or air fryer, you can microwave the fries, but they’ll be much softer. To microwave them, drizzle a little…

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Sautéing and stir-frying—The most common question I get on this topic is how to sauté or stir-fry without butter or oil. The trick is to use small amounts…

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Because frying occurs at high temperatures, use oils with a high smoking point that won’t easily break down. These include canola, peanut, or vegetable oils. We don’t recommend…

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Place 2 frozen hamburgers in the basket of your air fryer. Sprinkle with preferred seasoning. Set the temperature to 380°F and cook for 10 minutes. Once the cooking…

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Use cold, leftover cooked rice. Left in the fridge overnight, the rice grains will firm up, making it easier to separate and decreasing the chances of your fried…

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