Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Frying food is cooking in hot fat or oil until it is browned on all sides and cooked through. Frying is usually done in a shallow skillet. Sauteing is a dry heat cooking method. The pan is very hot with just a small amount of oil or fat, and the food cooks or browns quickly.

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Nutrition
Calorie Count
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How many calories are in fried turkey?

3.5 ounces of fried turkey has about 190 calories.

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Fat Content
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What are the 3 enemies of deep frying fat?

Heat, oxygen and time.

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Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What are disadvantages of frying?

Frying makes the food not easily digestible

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Frying Pans
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How does heat travels to the fire to the frying pan to the cooking oil to the fish being cooked?

The fire actually creates the heat not the other way around. Anyhow the radiant heat from the flame warms the frying pan through a process known as conduction. Through the process of convection the oil is heated and finally the fish is cooked by the latent heat of the oil.

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Calorie Count
Potatoes
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How many calories in fried potatoes fried in butter?

One serving of fried potatoes with butter has about 400-500 calories, on average.

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International Cuisine
Italian Food
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What is fried polenta?

an Italian corn food rolled up into kind of a sausage.

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Idioms, Cliches, and Slang
Music Genres
Lyrics and Sheet Music
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Who sings loving you is like frying bacon naked?

ROGER ALAN WADE FROM HIS ALL LIKKERED UP ALBUM

http://www.rhapsody.com/rogeralanwade/alllikkeredup

the best one is on kickin asphalt cd

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Eggplant
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Does Eggplant have to be salted before frying?

IMHO, no. The water content of eggplant is high, so salting them helps to remove some of the moisture. But, in my experience, it makes no difference. The problem with the salting technique is that it increases the sodium content, and that can be a health issue. I prefer to microwave eggplant slices first for a few minutes, then lightly saut

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Dumplings
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What is fried dumpling?

from wikipedia:

Dumplings, as defined in a standard English dictionary, fall in two main categories: these are either "piece[s] of dough, sometimes filled, that are cooked in liquid such as water or soup" or alternatively "sweetened dough wrapped around fruit, such as an apple, baked and served as a dessert."[1] More generally, dumplings may be any of a wide variety of dishes, both sweet and savoury, that are not necessarily dough-based. There are varieties of dumplings made from bread, potatoes, or matzoh meal, with or without filling. Dumplings are made from balls of dough, crumbled bread, or mashed potatoes. Alternatively, they may be fashioned as small parcels of food encased in dough, batter, pastry, or even edible leaves. Once the filling is put inside the ball or is encased in a pocket, dumplings usually undergo further treatment by boiling, steaming, simmering, frying, or baking. Before the discovery of the New World dumplings did not contain potatoes, but instead were typically made with meat, fish, or sweets Fried dumplings are what is really dough fried in oil. It is made of self raising flour, baking powder, salt and water combined and kneaded into a dough, it is then broken into and shaped into small balls and fried in very hot oil until golden brown all over. Very popular in Jamaica, goes well with ackee and saltfish for breakfast.

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Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What is a sauté in ballet?

A sauté is a jump. You must start with a plié (Which is a bend of the knees) usually done in 1st, position (You may be able to do it with your feet in a different position, but it depends on where your feet are placed from the last move and what position you prefer). Then you must make a small jump when your knees will come together and you will point your feet while in the air. After that you will have to land toe then heel on the ground in another plié. Do not confuse a sauté with a changma. In a changma, you switch feet and are in 3rd position.

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Chemistry
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Is frying a chicken physical or chemical change?

Physical changes can be undone. It is not possible to unfry a chicken. The heat casues chemical changes in the meat and in any coating.

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Frying Pans
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How would you put out a frying pan fire?

turn the oven off, grab the pan, put it under the sink, turn the tap on.

NO -- frying pan fires are grease fires. Put a pot lid down over the fire to smother the flames.

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Alternators
Car Batteries
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Why would a 1991 Talon alternator voltage regulator keep failing and frying the battery by putting out 21 volts at high revs?

i can't answer your question, but i bet i know who can. vfaq.com is a great source for info on dsm's ( diamond star motors )

Answer1.On any dsm the alternator is shot. Remanufactured alternators aren't always perfect.

2.You removed the heat shields from the exhaust manifold

3. The gaskets between the head and ex. mani and/or ex. mani and turbo and/or turbo and O2 housing and/or O2 housing and downpipe are shot, replace them.

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Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How do you saute bacon?

Saute means to shallow fry, so add a little lard or oil to a frying pan, and fry your bacon over a heat source.

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Mycology or Fungi
Gardening
Mushrooms
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How many calories are there in one cup of canned mushrooms and raw mushrooms and sauteed mushrooms?

Raw mushrooms (and it can change based on the type) are about twenty calories per cup. Canned mushrooms are roughly forty calories per cup. Sauteed (the measurement is hard because they get smaller or water-logged) is about eighty calories for four medium mushrooms.

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Care of Fish
Thunderstorms and Lightning
Fish
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Why do fish not get 'fried' when lightning strikes?

Fried Fish?Here are opinions and answers (In the form of an argument):
  • Really fish do get fried if they happen to be in the area of the strike, but because the ocean is vast and lightning is dispersed into the water for only a very short distance, most fish are only stunned. If lightning was able to travel in water and not be dispersed would you want to go to the beach?
  • Contrary to what some people believe, salt water is a GOOD conductor of electricity! Anything containing ions is a good conductor of electricity. Pure water (meaning ONLY hydrogen and oxygen molecules) is a poor conductor. The reason salt water is a good conductor is due to the charged ions from the salt (Na+ and Cl- ions). You may be thinking "then why can I be electrocuted at home if we don't have salt water?" Well it's because your home water isn't exactly pure - there are several other ions and minerals in it. (Free ions means free electrons are available to flow and create a current in water)
  • They do. Every year around 7000-10000 lightnings strike the sea around the world and and when this happens most of Earth's marine life dies. Luckily fish are are fond of sexual intercourse and the sea life grows to its peak numbers around summertime.
  • Ask anyone who has been shocked and they will tell you that salt water is a very good conductor since our bodies are mostly salt water; great conductor. Salt water fish/wildlife do not just make up for their loss by having a reproductive free for all, it takes years to replace damage to any part of a reef system. Most lightining strikes happen in open water where there is almost no damage the the ecosystem and whatever fish is hit is not fried but boiled.
  • There are conductors, semi-conductors and insulators in this world. While fresh water is a good conductor due to the impurities in it, salt water is only a semi-conductor and the lightning dissipates faster than it does in fresh water. But even in fresh water the lightning only travels so far before it too will dissipate.

Most people think that water is a conductor and that that is why it causes people to die from electrical shock when exposed to it. This is untrue.

My answer is two fold. First of all pure water is an insulator. When it is mixed with impurities those impurities are actually the conductors, not the water. Second electricity always takes the path of least resistance (It will travel through the material that is most conductive).

If your in a pool of water and the lightning strikes most of the charge won't travel through the water, because it is an insulater. It will travel through you the conductor. You are the path of least resistance (especially if your touching the bottom of the pool or the side of it). That is why people are killed in a pool from lightning strikes. Most of the people that survive such strikes were probably floating in the water, not touching anything else but the water (thus not completing a circuit).

I would suggest that most fish in the ocean do not get killed for this reason. Salt water is a very good conductor and as such the salt water pulls the path of the electricity from the lightning bolt around the fish, not through it. I would add this as another reason among the others above.

When someone is in a bath tub and an electrical item is drop in and that someone is electicuted, this is because the the path of least resistance is throught the person touching the bottom and sides of the tub. The water is mostly insulated from the current so it travels almost entirely through the human body.

because the electricity is dissipated.

Some fish can be electrocuted by lightning. It depends how close they are to the lightning strike. Natural waters usually have enough ions in it that the electric charge from lightning will be dispersed very quickly and so will not carry enough charge to electrocute fish if they are very far from the lightning strike.

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Frying Pans
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What is the best way of getting rid of grease from a frying pan?

pour in some salt - let it soak-up the grease - then dump it in the trash

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Alternators
Ford F-350
Honda CRX
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What are tips for replacing the alternator on a 1988 Honda CRX if you keep frying them?

If you are frying them upon or right after installation, disconnect the negative battery cable before installing the alternator and then reconnect it afterwards. Frying them during driving is a whole other problem. Get your charging system checked. Could be a relay or short.

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Cooking Measurements
Volume
Calorie Count
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How many calories are in 2 tbsp of sauteed onions?

Practically none. Onions have almost no caloric value.

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Cooking Techniques
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How can you keep fried fish or fried chicken crispy when reheating it?

Try baking it on a wire rack. And experiment with/without tinfoil.

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English to Spanish
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How do you say fried dough in spanish?

Masa frita.

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Frying Pans
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

What temperature instrument is used in controlling an electric frying pan?

A thermocouple

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Fat Content
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

Can you mix deep fat frying oils?

Yes, different oils can be mixed in deep fat frying, but one needs to be aware of the smoke point of different oils. For example, olive oil is not used for deep frying because it has a low smoke point. Peanut oil and lard have higher smoke points.

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Physics
Chemistry
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How is Frying an egg endothermic?

The egg requires heat to be cooked. This means that in order to start the frying "reaction", a certain number of joules of heat have to be added to the frying pan, which transfers the heat to the egg. The egg solidifies as a result of the frying reaction.

If frying the egg was exothermic, the egg would produceheat when fried (which would be very strange!).

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Spinach
Calorie Count
Frying and Sauteeing Foods

How many calories in 4Oz sauteed spinach?

There is about 300 calories in 40 oz raw spinach. How many calories are in sauteed spinache depends on what you sautee it in. Each tablespoon of butter or oil has 100 calories. So use it sparingly.

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