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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.For onion rings, calamari, and the like from scratch, what do you do to add crun-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
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what do you add to your batter?
what are your procedures?

Answers:
ussualy bread crumbs

Other Answers:
a crunch onion ring calamari and such is from how long you have them in a deep fryer or in oil, I cannot say how long it would take for them to be more cruchy on the outside or anything however.
It is not the batter ingredients that make fried foods crunchy. It is the temperature of the oil that you use. To make really nice , crunchy fried foods, use pure Peanut oil and take the temperature to about 385 degrees f. Do not put in so much raw food in the cooking oil that the temperature drops. The food will sink to the bottom of the cooking pot and as soon as it floats, it is done. Remove the food and drain the remaining oil on paper towels. Make sure it is served hot.
Be careful when cooking with hot oil. Do not put too much in at one time.
You don't add anything to the batter. You batter them and then roll them in cracker meal or corn meal.
Source(s):
Made thousands or them for Shoney's Restaurants.
after you batter it coat it in panco bread crumbs (japanese bread crumbs)


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