Frying is one of the easiest way to cook food.
But if you don't know how to manage it, it can be difficult and dangerous.
Here are some tips for fuss-free frying:
Prepare the ingredients for frying ahead of
time. Make sure that the oil is hot enough for quick frying. Otherwise, the
food will only absorb more oils and this slows the cooking.
Make sure that foods for frying are dry to
prevent the oil from splattering.
Do not fry too much food at one time. This
only makes it difficult to toss or turn the food.
When deep frying, the pan should be
half-filled with oil to prevent oil from overflowing when the food is
Frying can be messy. To avoid oil splatters on
the floor, place several rags around your cooking station.
If you accidentally burn your hand or arm
while cooking, do not rub toothpaste on it or run tap water over it. This
will only aggravate the burn. Slightly wet a clean cloth with alcohol and
wipe it gently (do not rub) over the burn. Pat dry and then apply a little