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Yes, soft tofu can be used in many recipes without being fried.

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Deep fat frying is a cooking method in which the food is immersed completely in very hot oil.

There are quite a few advantages of deep frying such as preserving flavor. Deep frying also preserves the texture of the food. It also is a very quick method of cooking.

Cooking food (including frying it) does produce chemical changes.

Shallow frying means you use very little grease/oil. That is opposed to deep frying where the food is submerged in the oil.

Ummm..... cooking? Seriously, depending on what type of pot or pan, boiling, simmering, steaming, sauteing, frying, deep frying, roasting, baking ....

A deep fryer is a cooking tool used for frying some food. Some deep fryers are actually machines.

There are lots of different ways, here are a few: boiling broiling frying sauteing dry frying shallow frying deep fat frying baking grilling toasting

If you use it for deep frying, you can use it as many times as you like.

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330* is a good temp or cooking bite sized breaded fish Cooking time at that temp is 3-4 minuets

there are many styles which England uses these can be boiling, grilling, frying, deep frying, pan frying, baking, oven baking and many more

They are used to keep the fish whole and prevent it from breaking up during the cooking process.

Deep frying is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot oil or fat. This is normally performed with a deep fryer or chip pan

Pan frying is when you only have a shallow amount of oil in your pan while frying while deep frying is when you immerse the entire piece of food in the oil, hence ''deep fry''.

It is called deep frying when a person covers food completely with hot fat for quick cooking. Some things that are deep fried are fries, okra, and cheese sticks.

A good fresh chicken breast is great for deep frying

Deep frying started in the southern colonies. This was caused by the experimentation and approach they had to their cuisine.

Deep frying is not healthy because you cook it in oil u could get fat and risk your life.

It will depend on what you are cooking. If you are wanting to deep fry something then I would suggest try dropping a small dab of your ingredient in the oil to see if it sizzles. If it sizzles then it should be good. Cooking chicken in a skillet with a little Pam should have lower temperature than when deep frying.

The main advantage of deep frying would be an improvement in taste of the food, according to many. A clear disadvantage of deep frying is the high level of saturated fat in the food as the oil saturates it.

You could re-use peanut oil after deep frying your turkey, but its not recommended. Reheating cooking oil, any cooking oil, causes the oil to release certain chemicals and toxins that aren't good for consumption, so its not the best idea. If you want to get the most out of your cooking oil dollar, consider deep frying a second turkey, or perhaps a beef roast, along with your holiday bird. You can always debone and freeze the meat, and eat later. Deep fried turkey is wonderful, the best turkey I've ever had.

The food you are frying is covered in oil. It is also deep frying like you would for fish and chip's.

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