Tuesday, May 09, 2006

How to clean your cooking oil after deep frying



One thing I hate about deep frying is those disgusting looking black food particles left in the cooking oil. Draining the oil is such a chore so most of the time, I will just throw it away. Now thanks to this cool Japanese video, I finally found a brilliant way to clean the cooking oil so that I can reuse it for future cooking. You'll need to make a starch paste, put it in the microwave oven and then put it into the oil to attract the particles.

8 comments:

Shy said...

Thanks IZ. Now I can deepfry more often.

zinc said...

Neat!

My herooooooooooooo!!!

mooiness said...

Fwah. What I want to know is, how did the first person discover this technique and what are the principles behind it. Anyone can translate the last bit with the professor? :)

Ace Man said...

The power of the starch. Hehe.

r'chelle said...

now that you can cook more often iz, when r u gona cook something for me?

;o)

Anonymous said...

I love Japanese shows like this.

Fannie said...

Looks so much fun. Heh.

ryan said...

mooiness: i think it is simple logic. starch is sticky and therefore the particles can stick onto it pretty easily.

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