CUTTING THE FAT IN FRIED FOODS
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CUTTING THE FAT IN FRIED FOODS
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Whenever I fry pork chops or chicken that is breaded I fry them just to a light golen brown and then bake in my oven on a cookie tray which I have placed a cooling rack, I bake @ 350* u
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CUTTING THE FAT IN FRIED FOODS

posted at 12/16/2012 11:06 PM EST
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Whenever I fry pork chops or chicken that is breaded I fry them just to a light golen brown and then bake in my oven on a cookie tray which I have placed a cooling rack, I bake @ 350* until the meat is done.It's surprising how much of the oil and fat in the meat cook out.If you fry meats do so @360* and the meat will absorb very little grease.When frying food in batches make sure the oil is allowed to come back up to 360* before adding the next batch.I also fry in canola oil

Re: CUTTING THE FAT IN FRIED FOODS

posted at 12/17/2012 1:45 AM EST
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First: 9/5/2010
Last: 4/19/2014
I skin chicken breast and cut as much fat off of the meat I purchase before baking, roasting or grilling

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