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A direct-heat cooking method using oil, butter, or other fat.

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While I've never tried adding water to the skillet, as Josh Caswell suggests, I would stay away from adding milk or cream. I've never heard of anyone adding water or milk to eggs that aren't beaten, a …
answered Dec 7 '12 by Laura
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As with many kitchen techniques, there's a gadget that can help! In this case, little metal rings that hold your egg in place while it's frying so the end result is nice and round. Here's an example … of a set that Williams Sonoma sells: If you don't want yet another gadget, you can get better with practice. Use a small frying pan so there's less room for the white to spread out, and I …
answered Aug 8 '14 by Laura
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If I'm not serving them right away, I like to double-fry them to make the pakoras nice and crispy. I'd then follow James Barrie's suggestion and keep them in the oven, wrapped in aluminum foil - might …
answered Aug 23 '11 by Laura