Safety First | Turkey Deep-Fry CookersSelecting the Oil | Measuring the Oil | Preparing the TurkeyPreparing the Cooker | Placing the Turkey into the Cooker | Cooking the Turkey
Deep-frying, also known as deep-fat frying, is a process of immersing food in a deep pot containing hot oil, which cooks the food quickly, producing a crispy surface over a tender and moist interior.
Fried green tomatoes may not be the first dish you think of when selecting a side dish for your meal but after trying the recipe below, you may change your mind. These crispy coated green tomatoes provide a tangy flavor and crunchy texture that goes well with many foods.
Deep-frying, also known as deep-fat frying, is a process of immersing food in a deep pot containing heated oil. The turkey cooks quickly, producing a crispy surface over a tender and moist interior. It is becoming a popular alternative to roasting a whole turkey.
Method One: Traditional Frying Methods | Method Two: Egg Ring Frying Method
Frying is a cooking method that is convenient, fast, and easy to do. Whether eggs are cooked "sunny side up" or "over hard," frying is, perhaps, the most popular method for cooking eggs.
Wash tomatoes under cold running water. Core tomatoes by removing the stem with a paring knife. Do not remove the skin. Slice into 1/2 inch slices.
What you need:
- Flour- 1 Stick of real butter- Plump, ripe tomatoes- Salt and Pepper, optional- Additional seasonings as desired- Mayo and/or ranch dressing, optional
Distribute slices of butter in frying pan.