Monday, February 04, 2013

Use a Wooden Spoon to Know When Oil Is Ready for Frying


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via Lifehacker by Melanie Pinola on 1/30/13

Use a Wooden Spoon to Know When Oil Is Ready for FryingYou've got a big pot of oil on the stove, some chicken or fries to deep fry, but no clip-on thermometer to tell when the temperature is just right. No problem. Your wooden spoon can clue you in on when it's time to add your food.

In a great guide to fearless deep frying, Food 52 notes that if you insert a wooden spoon into the oil, the oil will bubble around the stick when it's ready for frying. (Alternatively, you can use a popcorn kernel, which will pop somewhere between 325 and 350 degrees Fahrenheit—a tip Lifehacker reader Faslane offered when we mentioned a similar trick with a grain of rice).

Check out the full article for lots more tips on frying—wisely and safely.

Deep Frying Without Fear | Food 52


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