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What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

Kateryna YagovychFood
How to cook delicious cutlets. Source: pixabay.com

Cutlets are a rather greasy dish. This is because they are fried in a large amount of oil, which can splatter on the surface and skin when heated. Covering with a lid is not always a good option because the products become very soft and fall apart.

Therefore, the FoodOboz editorial team advises you to use one universal method that will help you solve this culinary problem.

To prevent oil from splashing out of the pan while frying cutlets, you need to cover it with a piece of parchment paper instead of a lid. It will not only retain the oil but will also absorb excess fat. As a result, the dish will be very juicy and remain intact.

These are the cutlets you can make using this method. The idea was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Iryna with the nickname moi_mirposudu .

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

Ingredients:

  • pork - 1 kg
  • beef - 0.5 kg
  • onion - 1 pc
  • raw potatoes - 1 pc
  • a few cloves of garlic
  • bun, pre-soaked in water
  • eggs - 1 pc
  • salt, pepper - to taste

Method of preparation:

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

1. Grind the ingredients in a meat grinder.

2. Mix everything well.

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

3. Pound.

4. Put ice in the finished minced meat.

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

5. Wait for it to melt and mix well again.

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

6. Form round patties.

What to do to prevent oil splattering when frying cutlets: a simple method

7. Fry in vegetable oil using the method described above.

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