POWER POINT Eka,Novi,SabrinaPresentation Transcript
Step 1: What you need to fry candy Step 2 Ingredients Step 3 Step 4
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Step 2: Preparing the candy
1. Chill your candy bars, in the freezer or refrigerator, for at least 20 minutes.
2. Heat your oil - you want it to reach 375°F.
3. Inserting candy directly into the hot oil would result in a hot, goopy mess, so you need batter to coat the candy.
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1. Make sure the oil is hot enough (375°F). 2. When it is, dip each piece of candy in the batter 3. Use a slotted spoon or tongs to place the coated candy in the hot oil. You want to get the candy as close to the oil as possible before letting go 4. Be careful not to overcrowd your container. You don't want any pieces of candy to touch, because their batter coatings can meld together! Step 3: Frying the candy Ingredients Step 4 Step 2 Step 1
5. While waiting, spread a double layer of paper towels next to the fryer. 6. Frying, when the oil is hot enough, only takes a few minutes. When the batter's golden brown, it's time to take out the candy. 7. Scoop out the candy with your slotted spoon or tongs and place it on the waiting paper towels. 8. If you want to fry another batch, wait a few minutes for the oil to reach optimum frying temperature once more. Step 2 Ingredients Step 4 Step 1
Step 4: Eating the candy! The most important part: how did the candy taste? Wait a few minutes for the candy to cool before eating it. If it's hot to pick up, it will burn your tongue! When the candy has cooled, pick it up, and enjoy. Ingredients Step 3 Step 2 Step 1