[url=http://tgipaleo.com/2012/04/11/better-than-yours-sweet-potato-fries/]Better-Than-Yours Sweet Potato Fries | tgipaleo[/url]
This recipe is suppose to be really good for sweet potato fries. You use a misto to spray the sweet potatoes with olive oil or coconut oil.
I've used lard or tallow in my deep fat fryer for years, the CW flack i got for that!
Best bit is it solidifes when cool (obv) and can be moved and cleaned out easily :)
Bacon fat is something I tend to have a lot of... could you really get it to a high enough temp to fry some sweet potato fries? I'd guess you really need it at what, like 425 or 475 if you want them to come out nicely? I've never tried but am intrigued by the idea.
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well said. somebody get this man a plate of sweet potato fries.
Cuban Bonito or Japanese purple
lay flat in a cast iron skillet.
scoop coconut oil on top
turn on medium high
turn when browned
either do this while you are alone or murder your housemates... they would do it to you if given the chance
Just bake some potato wedges and finish under the broiler or in a hot cast iron.
They get nice and crispy, but without the mess and high cost of healthy deep frying.
Spectrum organic vegetable shortening is 100% organic palm oil. It's so good for frying, has a neutral flavor, and extremely healthy MCT fat source similar to coconut oil.
[QUOTE=chinchiller;979820]Clarified butter has one of the highest smoke points of all oils. It's 135* higher than coconut oil. It's why I exclusively use it when I fry things.
[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoke_point]Smoke point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url][/QUOTE]
Do you think I can deep fry sweet potatos with clarified butter?
[QUOTE=garod82;980237]Do you think I can deep fry sweet potatos with clarified butter?[/QUOTE]
When I fry with clarified butter, I usually pan fry. I'll put enough oil to cover 1/3 to 1/2 of whatever it is I'm cooking and turn it periodically. My mom used to make the best home fries this way (she would chop them up, press them between paper towels to get as much moisture out as possible, and then fry them up).