Keeping Fried Food Crispy If you’re frying up shrimp or chicken, don’t rest the cooked pieces directly on a plate—the residual heat will become trapped under the food, creating steam and turning everything soggy. Instead, use a cooling rack (set on a rimmed baking sheet to keep counters clean). With room for air to circulate, fried morsels will maintain their satisfying crunch until dinner. Food Crispy, Chicken Recipes, Fries Chicken, Racks Sets, Pieces Direction, Chicken Pieces, Kitchens Tricks, Chicken Crispy, Fries Food
Reviving Crystallized Honey Try this trick to bring honey back to a luscious, drizzly state: Place the container in a bowl of hot water until the honey is smooth and runny, 5 to 10 minutes. (Alternatively, remove the lid, then microwave the jar in 30-second intervals.) To prevent crystals from forming again, store the honey in a cool, dry place (not the refrigerator) and avoid introducing moisture. So no double-dipping once your spoon hits your tea.
Reviving Wilted Produce. Fill a large bowl with cold water and ice, add the vegetables, and let them soak for 15 to 20 minutes. Dry thoroughly before using.
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"I love Korean Fried Chicken and would be tempted to make it every day if it weren’t for the rather time consuming double frying process. This week over at PBS Food, I show you a quick way to get a crispy skinned piece of chicken with a sweet and spicy glaze without making a deep fried mess. "