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Enjoy with hot, crispy fish and chips fresh out of the fryer.
In large heavy-bottom pot, or in stovetop deep-fryer, heat a few inches of oil to 300 degrees.
Fast-food restaurants generally change the oil in their deep-fat fryers a couple of times a week, and few biodiesel manufacturers are able to exploit this resource because of its high free-fatty acid content.
But by lunch, hours before Portland endured a record high of 103 degrees, the staff had switched off the fryer and locked the doors.
Creamy mashed potatoes are seasoned with tomato and garlic before going into corn tortillas and then the deep fryer.
My mother sold quite a lot of chickens, young fryers.
Simplot’s giant fryer can churn out 2,000 pounds of the crispy potato slivers in an hour.
The wings at Bourree are smoked and then finished in the fryer, and the smoke adds even more complexity to tiny chicken parts that most places are content to deep fry, dunk in sauce and serve.
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