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Subject: Pressure frying french  fries ?
Newsgroups: rec.food.cooking

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From: Honk 
Date: 26 Sep 2005 03:59:07 -0700
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Hi

Is there anyone who has experience from pressure frying french fries ?
Would be very intrested in any information you have from it ?

/Daniel

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From: jacqui{JB} 
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:31:36 +0200
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Honk wrote:
> Is there anyone who has experience from pressure
> frying french fries? Would be very intrested in any
> information you have from it ?

Why would you want to do such a thing?

Besides, proper french fries require double-frying, at two different
temperatures: the first to cook through, the second to color and puff.

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From: Frenchy 
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 05:32:21 +1200
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Honk wrote:
: Is there anyone who has experience from pressure frying french fries ?
: Would be very intrested in any information you have from it ?

DON'T Use an ordinary pressure cooker for this!  The seals are not designed for 
the high oil temperatures.  I understand this is part of the secret taste for Fast 
Food produced French Fries?  Never tried it, but all the Google searches will 
caution you to make sure you have the right equipment

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From: jacqui{JB} 
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 20:44:02 +0200
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Frenchy wrote:
> DON'T Use an ordinary pressure cooker for this!  The seals are not designed for 
> the high oil temperatures.  I understand this is part of the secret taste for Fast 
> Food produced French Fries?  Never tried it, but all the Google searches will 
> caution you to make sure you have the right equipment

Beef fat is the secret ingredient for Fast Food Tasting french fries, at
least it was a McD's.


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