Deep frying is the dry heat cooking method which involves using enough fat or oil to submerge the food you are cooking. This technique is usually done between 325 F and 400 F.

Pro-tip: Do not crowd the pan. Too much food in the pan lowers the temperature of the oil and doesn't allow moisture to dissipate, causing the food to steam, boil or become greasy.

 

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