cooking oil

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Noun1.cooking oil - any of numerous vegetable oils used in cookingcooking oil - any of numerous vegetable oils used in cooking
vegetable oil, oil - any of a group of liquid edible fats that are obtained from plants
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Deep fry the coated chili in hot oil for about 2 to 3 minutes or until it turns golden brown.
A cook who allegedly poured hot oil on a 62-year-old Asian man has been ordered to be arrested by the judge at the Sharjah Misdemeanor Court.
Remove from the hot oil with a slotted spoon and drain on kitchen paper.
Paratherm AP (antioxidant protection) additive is designed to be added to operating hot oil systems to extend the oil's useful life.
The newspaper wrote that it was understood that the hot oil was in a pot resting on a tea towel.
Hot oil or hot water can also be used as the heating medium.
When the failure of a hot oil pump occurred at Seabrook Crisps in Bradford in early 2013, the prospect of having to shut down production to remove the pump from service became a reality.
Having worked with Seabrook Crisps for around four years, AxFlow's team of engineers were well aware of the consequences of a prolonged shutdown and pulled out all the stops to get the Cornell Hot Oil pump back on line.
Court records show that the worker threw hot oil in the face of his colleague because the man had refused to turn on the air conditioning.
Conventional wisdom suggests hot oil is a preferred temperature control fluid for injection molding, but Ticona has found that processors can use cutting edge hot-water systems to achieve superior heat transfer performance suitable for high-temperature resins such as Fortron[R] polyphenylene sulfide (PPS).
Conventional wisdom suggests hot oil is a preferred temperature control fluid for injection moulding, but Ticona, the engineering polymers business of Celanese Corporation, states it has found that processors can use hot water systems to achieve superior heat transfer performance suitable for high-temperature resins such as its semi-crystalline polymer, Fortron polyphenylene sulfide (PPS).