5 Cooking Tips for Middle Eastern Fried Food Recipes
Did you ever taste falafel or Iraqi fried eggplant?
If you did, but also if you didn't, imagine preparing tasty falafel at home, and serving it to your family or friends. Sounds like a great idea, doesn't it?
One of the unique things about Middle Eastern cuisine is the way different foods are combined together,creating a feast both rich and varied. When it comes to fried food recipes, you can combine falafel with vegetable salads, pickles, dips like tahini and hummus, and of course some excellent Middle Eastern drink.
Some recipes, like Israeli doughnuts, are eaten on their own, and are traditionally not part of a whole meal
The preparation of Middle Eastern fried food recipes varies from one recipe to another. Some are quick and easy, and others require a little more work and time
Make sure to remember these 5 tips for successful Middle Eastern fried food preparation
- You don’t have to use olive oil. Normal quality oil is fine.
- Always place your fried food on a paper towel before serving in order to get rid of excess oil.
- Oil should always be preheated to the desired temperature, never add the ingredients beforehand.
- Don’t overload ingredients when cooking, so as not to lessen the heat.
- Make sure to turn your fried food while it's cooking, so that it gets cooked from both sides.
Start preparing your Middle Eastern Fried Foods now!