You can reuse oil after frying anything, but its generally not recommended. You should try to use oil only once, if you can. Reheating oil actually causes it to release toxins, they're not good for you, so you should try to avoid this if you can.
Ans 2 - You can re-use oil adequately if it hasn't been burned. I generally put my oil through a paper coffee filter after each use. This will give you 7-10 more uses before it's useless.
When things like potatoes,vadas donuts, and other similar items are fried it is safe to reuse the oil. When frying meat, chicken and fish, it is best not to reuse it. Also, the strong tasting foods like onions, spices, or garlic will create a smell in the oil, and it will not be ideal for reuse when frying sweets or any other items.
Absolutely !!re-use oil from deep frying.
If you're deep frying, no- olive oil burns at a lower temp than canola. If you're pan-frying you could, but keep in mind that olive oil will impart flavor that is likely undesirable for your shrimp cakes.
let the oil cool down, then put it back into the original container and put in the fridge.
You can reuse it as many times as you want to. Its best to throw it out once it gets too dark, but its still good to use after that. Peanut Oil retains the taste of the food you cook in it so be cafeful if you are frying fish then the next day you are frying french fries use new oil for the Frenc fries and your oldest oil for the Fish.
1)Get a shrimp. 2)Get a frying pan. 3)Put the shrimp in the frying pan. 4)Turn the cooker on. 5)Cook the shrimp until it looks like you could eat it. 6)Enjoy!
When frying breaded shrimp you should let medium sized shrimp cook for 1-2 minutes. When frying large shrimp you should let it cook for about 3 minutes.
get a deep fryer and put tons of unhealthy oil in it and reuse it over and over again. in a few years you'll get cancer of some type.
Yes, you can reuse cooked vegetable oil. Me and my parents if reuse our vegetable oil if there isn't any pieces of food left from what ever it is we cooked.
They are done when they float to the surface, that is if you are deep frying them.
Yes, people commonly use soy oil for frying.
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''.
Shallow frying means you use very little grease/oil. That is opposed to deep frying where the food is submerged in the oil.
because frying in water would be boiling, not frying...
We cant say that olive oil is good but its better than any other oil for deep frying..
Certainly healthier than ordinary frying. Stir-frying uses a teaspoon of oil to cook the food - against a tablespoon of oil to pan fry.
it depends on what you originally used it for i wouldn't use it more than a few times because the smell and flavour can carry over especially fish
Yes you can.
For frying the best oil to use is one with a high smoking point; oils like sunflower oil, peanut oil or grapeseed oil is best to use.
The world will reuse its plastic to save oil
The food you are frying is covered in oil. It is also deep frying like you would for fish and chip's.
Deep, shallow and dry frying. Deep frying involves a full pan of heated oil. Shallow involves 1-2 cms of oil in the pan. Dry involves little or no oil.
Yes, you can.