When frying fish, chips and the like, a lot of oil is often used. Although it is not the best cooking method, it is often adopted, because it remains very tasty. To avoid waste, we often keep the remaining oil in a box to reuse it later. But how many times can it be reused without danger to health?
The possibility of reusing the same cooking oil also depends on the foods we have to fry. Some foods require a lot more oil than others. The remaining oil should therefore not be wasted: you can use it more than once. However, you must follow these fairly strict rules.
Indeed, the more the oil heats up, the more it loses its beneficial properties. You must then be vigilant. If you find that when pouring into the pan, the oil begins to smoke, burn or foam, then it is best to discard it immediately. In this state, you should no longer consume it, because it can be dangerous for your health.
Important advice: after using your oil for the first frying, wait for it to cool completely before filtering it using a very fine mesh sieve and cheesecloth. Then you can store it in an airtight container and keep it in the shade in a dark place.
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