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Choose The Healthiest Oil For Deep Frying

2015-12-17  By  Katherine

Deep-fried foods have always been popular.They are a part of many traditional cuisines, and are also a staple of the fast-food industry. Many people think deep frying is not exactly healthy,while they can't resist. Fried food because of its crispy and delicious, can increase appetite, so loved by many adults and children.
How Does Deep Frying Work?
Deep frying involves submerging a food in hot oil.
The ideal temperature is around 350-375°F (176-190°C).
When a food is submerged in oil of this temperature, its surface cooks almost instantly and forms a type of “seal” that the oil cannot penetrate.
At the same time, the moisture inside the food turns into steam, cooking the food from the inside. The steam also helps to keep the oil out of the food.
If the temperature is too low, the oil will seep into the food, making it greasy and sickening. If the temperature is too high, it can dry out the food and oxidize the oil.
You’re not alone that may get confused about which vegetable oils are healthiest, or which ones to use for what purposes.
One of the most critical aspects of frying oil is its smoke point, which is the temperature at which the fat starts to break down and the oil starts to smoke. The smoke point is the highest temperature oil can reach and still be safe and usable. It is best to use an oil with a high smoke point when frying food to ensure kitchen safety and the crispness of the fried surface. Vegetable oil has a much higher smoke point -- 453 degrees Fahrenheit -- than any olive oil. Extra virgin olive oil smokes at only 331 F while virgin olive oil smokes at 428 F. In terms of safety and your ability to achieve golden, crisp fries, vegetable oil is the best choice.
While, choosing a wonderful Deep Fryer may be the first step to make deep-fried foods.


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