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Finally breaking out the fry daddy tonight. What will be the best type of oil to use here Canola or Vegetable oil? Any other tips?
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duck fat is the best oil... n thats no joke, makes the best fries and baked potatoes
veg oil is what mostly used but anything will work. a lot of restaurants have converted over to palm oil
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If you're using a fry daddy, vegetable oil should work fine. When I use my stove top and a dutch oven, I use peanut oil b/c it has a higher flash point.
Duck fat would be awesome, but if you're frying fish, I would try something else. Frying vegetables is a different story though.
Great table for flash points of various oils.
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Been using lard for the past few months instead of vegetable oil. Like it
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