Deep frying

Deep frying is cooking food by submerging the whole food item in hot oil or fat. See also frying.

Some deep fried food:

  • Chicken fried steak
  • Chicken wings
  • Doughnut - a deep fried piece of dough or batter
  • French fries (or Chip in British English) - fried potato
  • Fried chicken
  • Fried Shrimp
  • Mars Bars - a delicacy of the North of England and Scotland. These are a popular candy (US) bar that has been dipped in batter first.
  • Potato chips (crisps in British English)
  • Scotch eggs
  • Tempura - a Japanese technique consisting of a special batter and oil
  • Battered Black Pudding - (aka. Blood Pudding) is another delicacy of the North of England and Scotland, especially Glasgow, Scotland. Individual (small) black puddings are battered and deep fried. Served with chips. Sold in Fish & Chip Shops as a take-away.




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