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Encyclopedia > Deep fried

Deep frying is cooking food by submerging the whole food item in hot oil or fat, originating in Africa. See also frying and deep fat fryer.


Some deep fried food:

Deep frying is also a technique used to prepare bread pieces for canapés.

Wikibooks Cookbook has more about this subject:
Deep frying

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Deep-Fried Risk (339 words)
And despite the increasing number of reports and studies that suggest a link between fat-laden diets and obesity, heart disease and high cholesterol, people still seem to hunger for that greasy, flavorful crispiness of all things deep-fried.
Frying - especially deep frying - adds a serious amount of fat and calories to a meal, and as such should really be used only as an occasional cooking method.
The safety of fried foods remains to be seen.
Texas-Fried Oreos, Anyone? - Deep Frying About Anything (561 words)
Fried potatoes and catfish are old hat to Texans at what is billed as the largest state fair in the United States.
Last year, fried Twinkies were a huge hit, and this year, the new food darling could be fried onion on a stick.
The most celebrated fried item at the state fair is the corny dog, which is know as a corn dog in the rest of the United States.
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