Heat oil in a pot ... just enough oil to cover the potatoes ... and add your potatoes. Leave them there and that’s it. I don’t deal with soaking, blanching, freezing, or any of that. It takes about 10 minutes to make a batch of perfect fries.
I really love my soups. Here are some of my favorites
Who doesn’t love a nice crispy, fried cutlet?! This is also really simple to make.
Once you have your cutlet breaded, it’s best to put it straight into the frying oil. It usually needs to cook for about 3 or 4 minutes. Then it’s done.
Serve over rice or pasta, with some sauce. Or perhaps a Japanese curry.
For parmigana style cutlets, top with cheese and sauce and bake under the broiler until the cheese is bubbly and golden.
There are three steps to perfect sauteed vegetables, every time.
All you have to do is heat the pan really hot, add room-temperature oil to the hot pan, cook your garlic for a few seconds until crisp, add chicken powder or salt, and finally toss in your blanched vegetables. Saute just until everything is coated and then transfer to a clean plate. Couldn’t be easier!