How to keep my (deep frying) oil usable as long as possible?
The new deep fryer has a cold zone, which means the oil won't become dirty due to particles over-frying. I don't overheat the oil either. So, in principle, I'm frying correctly, I think. So, how long can my oil safely sit in the deep fryer, if I ensure it's thouroughly heated next time I fry?
I would not reuse that oil. The frying-oil reuse that occurs in fast food chains is reuse for the same day or over just a few days. They also store...最佳答案 · 7First thing, a cold zone doesn't prevent particulate build up, it just cuts down on the amount that will remain suspended in the oil. You should st...10One important note is to use a more saturated oil to avoid breakdowns that form the toxic compound HNE. See Science Daily for a summary of the r...2FROM fsis.usda.gov/wps/wcm/connect/65f762d0-e4d0-4278-b5cb-2836854a3eda/Deep_Fat_Frying.pdf?MOD=AJPERES If you are planning to reuse the...1I keep my old plastic coffee cans for storing the oil in after use. They are large enough and seal tight. I also store it in the refrigerator. It d...0I use my oil about ten times and never have I taken it out of the deep fryer. It usually sit between uses about 2-3 weeks every time and it is alwa...0First let me say that I RARELY deep-fry anything. When I do, I use a large deep saucepan to fry in. When finished, I let it cool down then put th...0I would think that fresh oil would be best used, as even though the oil may be strained and cooled in fridge, it will still contain some of the coo...food safety Frying Oil ReuseJul 23, 2010deep frying Easiest way to strain fry oil? Seasoned Advice 查看更多结果