Whether you're creating the perfect stir fry or concocting a marinade, cooking oil is a necessary staple to any kitchen. Here, you can find liquid cooking and fryer oils in various sizes and types so you can bake bread and saute any dish to perfection.
A cooking oil's smoke point indicates the temperature at which an oil breaks down and ceases to be useful. For instance, deep frying requires oil with a high smoke point.
Oils have three basic uses: deep frying, light frying / sauteing, and creating sauces. Some even work as multi-purpose oils, and can be adequately used in all applications.
Keeping the application and smoke point in mind, use this guide to find the cooking oil that is best for you.
When using cooking oil for deep frying applications, it’s an economical decision to continuously filter and stabilize your fryer oil in order to prolong the life of your oil, ultimately cutting down costs. Watch the video below to learn how to get the most use out of your fryer oil!
Although you may want to prolong the life of your oil as long as possible, it's very important to continuously test the quality of your oil. As your fryer oil breaks down over time, polar substances build up, increasing the your risk of serving undercooked food. Watch the video below for step-by-step instructions to test the quality of your fryer oil!