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Old 01-06-2013, 10:27 AM   #71
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:29 PM   #72
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Jojo Potatoes. They are dredged in the same coating that goes on the fried chicken and then deep fried. At least that is how we did them in the several places I worked.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:54 AM   #73
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Jojo Potatoes. They are dredged in the same coating that goes on the fried chicken and then deep fried. At least that is how we did them in the several places I worked.
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Old 01-08-2013, 08:12 AM   #74
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I would wedge cut the potatoes, dredge in plain flour, then buttermilk and then in the same coating that went on the chicken. That was a proprietary blend. Then pressure fry for about 10 minutes. I haven't used a pressure fryer since. But, I think it would work well if you microwaved the potato wedges first until tender, then coat and deep fry you can get a similar result.
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Old 01-08-2013, 04:33 PM   #75
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So when the thread basically evaporates for lack of interest we then post about potatoes? OK Whatever.
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:10 PM   #76
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So when the thread basically evaporates for lack of interest we then post about potatoes? OK Whatever.
::shrug:: we go off on tangents sometimes. Sometimes it goes back to the original topic, sometimes not. You don't like potatoes?! :D

I'm going to try breading my jojos next time I think. That sounds great! I usually just coat them in oil, put them in a cage between two wire racks and grill them, flipping once. It's tricky to get them crispy without burning them tho
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::shrug:: we go off on tangents sometimes. Sometimes it goes back to the original topic, sometimes not. You don't like potatoes?! :D

I'm going to try breading my jojos next time I think. That sounds great! I usually just coat them in oil, put them in a cage between two wire racks and grill them, flipping once. It's tricky to get them crispy without burning them tho
Yes. It's a lot nicer to just post semi-related questions in one thread rather than making 2 or more threads I feel.
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Yes. It's a lot nicer to just post semi-related questions in one thread rather than making 2 or more threads I feel.
True. People do eat both ;-D
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So when the thread basically evaporates for lack of interest we then post about potatoes? OK Whatever.
there's a lot of water in mushrooms, so evaporation is considerable.
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there's a lot of water in mushrooms, so evaporation is considerable.
True! I'm interested in trying the technique where you dry the mushrooms in the pan for a little while before adding butter. Sounds divine!! Also thinking about finding some morel hunters this spring. Supposedly you can find them around the area. Tons of oak trees around here.

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