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Old 08-14-2011, 06:00 PM   #11
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Basic rule of thumb: Flour, egg wash, breadcrumb.

Panko for a more crisp breading.

Plain Cornstarch for a super light, crispy breading

Tempura is a wet batter. Keep it ice cold. Most common with Asian deep frying

with those simple guidelines, you can fry anything, even squid ink. . .Freeze ink, double batter, freeze, fry.
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Thank You for the advise

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Old 08-14-2011, 06:22 PM   #13
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...you can seriously fry anything...shoes...anything.
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Fresh Mozzarella balls are good just floured, dipped in egg wash then rolled in panko. Deep fried and served with pesto and ripe tomato slices or rocket.
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Fresh Mozzarella balls are good just floured, dipped in egg wash then rolled in panko. Deep fried and served with pesto and ripe tomato slices or rocket.

I also like making a mix of thinly sliced beets, carrots, sweet potato, parsnips and butternut and frying them like crisps.
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I'm at work right now but I'll see what I can find when I get home. I'm pretty sure I have a recipe for popcorn chicken.
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Pan fried fish.. Walleye, Trout or Salmon..

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