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Old 04-07-2010, 05:33 PM   #31
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Try frying a Pork Chop in....water. NOT breaded. Just spiced and in.....water. You will be shocked at how good it is and with none of the demon oils and breading.
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Are you cooking in submerged in water or more like frying with a little water? I do pan fry pork chops with just small spray of that non stick stuff and they are great with just a few spices. We don't really do any breading at home because we don't really fry anything.
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Old 04-07-2010, 05:54 PM   #32
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Try frying a Pork Chop in....water. NOT breaded. Just spiced and in.....water. You will be shocked at how good it is and with none of the demon oils and breading.
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We call that stewing where I'm from.. or braising if you sear it first.
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Old 04-07-2010, 05:56 PM   #33
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My wife does this in a little bit of water on the bottom of the pan and adds a little bit here and there as required to keep from burning. I'll ask her for more specifics
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My wife does this in a little bit of water on the bottom of the pan and adds a little bit here and there as required to keep from burning. I'll ask her for more specifics
Yeah, steaming them. I put a little toaster oven rack in a deep skillet and put the meat on that.. I do some water, allspice, orange and lemon zest (and a bit of the juice), sugar etc in the water below. Takes about 20 mins or so
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Old 04-07-2010, 09:10 PM   #35
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Ok here's the deal. Start with a light coating of Pam. AS the PC begins to brown, add about 1/4 inch of water and brown on both sides. Add water occasionally as needed.
NOTE: cooking that occurrs in a "stew Pot" is denoted by terms beginning with "stew" aka Beef...., Mulligan..., Elk...., etc.....where I'm from
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Old 04-07-2010, 10:52 PM   #36
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Re: Meat meets meat in KFC's no-bun sandwich

Me like meat. Me no like KFC meat with cheese. Make grill chicken and dip in Grey Poupon. Make happy.
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Deep frying is not that bad because the moister in the meet acts like a shield and helps prevent the oil from soaking into the food.
it depends what you're frying, if it's breaded, etc

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Ok here's the deal. Start with a light coating of Pam. AS the PC begins to brown, add about 1/4 inch of water and brown on both sides. Add water occasionally as needed.
NOTE: cooking that occurrs in a "stew Pot" is denoted by terms beginning with "stew" aka Beef...., Mulligan..., Elk...., etc.....where I'm from
yeah browning then adding liquid.. braising
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just put her down. it was somewhat small but packed a big punch. i haven't had any fast food for right around 3 months and my stomach is already in pain. it was pretty damn good, though i would recomend a little franks red hot extra hot. i couldn't decide whether the bbq or ketchup was better. good thing i'm not working today, i feel a storm a brewin
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I was at KFC last week and had to pass and had the grilled chicken. The grilled chicken is OK but has alot less fat. While there I watched a guy eat two of those with a large fries and washed it down with a diet drink.
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I was at KFC last week and had to pass and had the grilled chicken. The grilled chicken is OK but has alot less fat. While there I watched a guy eat two of those with a large fries and washed it down with a diet drink.
nice, i ranted on in another thread about how people do that, it's hiliarious
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I was at KFC last week and had to pass and had the grilled chicken. The grilled chicken is OK but has alot less fat. While there I watched a guy eat two of those with a large fries and washed it down with a diet drink.
Maybe he's diabetic.


Probably not. Most of the time, that's just a stupid way to think.
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Maybe he's diabetic.


Probably not. Most of the time, that's just a stupid way to think.

Well technically you are removing calories from the overall meal by not drinking regular soda vs. having a that meal with a regular coke. I will eat something greasy and still get a diet coke, do I think I am on a diet by doing that or think I am eating health nope but I don't like regular coke.
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Well technically you are removing calories from the overall meal by not drinking regular soda vs. having a that meal with a regular coke. I will eat something greasy and still get a diet coke, do I think I am on a diet by doing that or think I am eating health nope but I don't like regular coke.
It used to piss me off when people would do that when I worked at a movie theater and ordered a large popcorn covered in butter. Later in life I realized that when I wanted something fatty that when you get something like that, you just can't have water with it. A nice diet soda washes those down pretty nice.
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It used to piss me off when people would do that when I worked at a movie theater and ordered a large popcorn covered in butter. Later in life I realized that when I wanted something fatty that when you get something like that, you just can't have water with it. A nice diet soda washes those down pretty nice.

You need the bubbles to help scrub the fat out of your mouth and throat. =)
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