Fry Like a Pro
Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford:
Next time you're battering food for frying, make sure the flour or cornstarch thoroughly coats your ingredients before you dip them in batter or egg because batter tends to slide off bare spots. Dip food in the flour a second time, then tap or shake off any excess before battering so it doesn't clump in the fryer.
Try it: Fried Zucchini and Mozzarella (pictured above)
How to Deep-Fry Fish and Chips: A Step-by-Step Guide
Follow these simple tips and you'll deep-fry like a pro.
What Are Hush Puppies?
Plus, how to make homemade hush puppies and what to serve with them.
How to Deep Fry a Turkey
Follow these smart tips to safely fry up a golden, juicy bird.
What to Do with Oil After Frying
First things first: don’t pour it down the drain.
Best Oil for Frying
The 6 best oils for frying, ranked. Plus which oils to never use.
Snacks That Taste Better Fried
Food Network Kitchens give the behind-the-scenes scoop on the September issue's "Can You Fry It?" article.
It's Time to Make Fried-sgiving a Thing
We've managed to come up with an entirely fried Thanksgiving menu. What? Like it's hard?
Poach Like a Pro
From Food Network Kitchens' Katherine Alford: Make your own flavorful broth for poaching chicken or fish by adding vegetables and herbs to simmering water.
Anne's Top 5 Tips for Baking Like a Pro
With essential tips and recipes from Anne Burrell, you'll be baking like a restaurant chef in no time.
Ron Ben-Israel's Tips for Decorating Cakes Like a Pro
Create cake masterpieces with these easy decorating tips from Sweet Genius Ron Ben-Israel.