Cook Steak In A Pan, Easy, Simple, Fast - Based on Jamie Oliver & Gordon Ramsay
The easiest ways to cook meat
Unlike sauteing, frying requires drenching your meat in oil — essentially poaching it in oil, if you will. Frying can get messy, and dangerous, so try and have a second set of hands to assist you in your first frying trials.
While technically anything can be fried, breaded chicken, i.e. fried chicken is America's most iconic (and best, in my opinion) fried meat. For frying, you'll want to have an oil thermometer to make sure your cooking oil stays at a steady temp as well as draining racks lined with paper or paper towels ready for your freshly fried food. Frying is definitely an advanced cooking skill, so if you have a sous chef who knows what they're doing, don't be shy about asking for help.
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