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The Best Fryer Cookbook Ever helps these eager chefs take full advantage of their machines. It features an introduction to the art of frying, gives an overview of the types of fryers on the market, provides some tips for safe frying at home and demystifies the process to help readers master the subtle techniques needed to cook their foods to perfection. Then there are the recipes. From crispy appetizers (Popcorn Shrimp), to mouthwatering meats (Chicken-Fried Steak with Gravy), to sizzling seafood (Fried Calamari), to vegetables (Fried Okra), to sweets (Chocolate Cake Doughnuts) and more, this tempting cookbook provides a stunning, mouthwatering variety of fried fare that will have lucky gourmands diving in and begging for seconds.
Phyllis Kohn is a food consultant who has developed recipes and written articles for many of the country's leading healthful-eating magazines,including Weight Watchers and Vegetarian Times. She is the author of 365 Delicious Low-Fat Recipes.
The book covers an array of recipes, but it would be better with pictures.Published 8 days ago by M. Blundell
Great cookbook to go with our recently purchased Cooldaddy deep fryer.Published 27 days ago by Patricia A. Mulvain
I got it for a relative for his birthday. He has enjoyed cooking from it. Very helpful recipes. Thank you.Published 2 months ago by cris phillips
This book is geared more to folks who like the deep fried turkey type cooking. Large items/quantities. Since I don't do this type of cooking I would recommend it to those folks.Published 4 months ago by Jnette
The books small size is difficult to store with other books. The lack of technique for better frying results was disappointing. Would not recommend.Published 7 months ago by ANDREW LEWIS
I got this for my husband for Christmas. Along with a deep fryer, of course. Great recipe's easy to follow. A great deep fryer's beginning fry cook book.Published 7 months ago by Evinnia N Lenick
I bought as a Christmas present for my son and he was more than thrilled. The receipts look like they will be easy to follow.Published 8 months ago by Sally A. Nielsen