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i usually use a hard cider, (normally blackthorn) for a beer sub. i've also used low sodium club soda as a beer sub in some recipes, it seems to work just fine. club soda is great if you just need the texture of the liquid, but if you're using the beer to add flavor, then you need to use something like blackthorn or other more beery sub.
we have a $150 unit, but it's never used. i deep-fry once every 3 months or so and just heat up a small pan of oil on the stove and stick a thermometer in it. uses way less oil then the deep fryer, and frys food just as fast!
a couple GOOD things about fryers...you don't need to watch the temp, just set it at 350* & go. also you can set it outside on the deck so you don't get a houseful of stink. would be handy if you're cooking for more then two ppl, or if you plan to eat that fatty stuff really often
i tried these once, but found them to be sooo chewy, like so much so that my teeth had trouble biting through them. i threw out the rest of the package. is it normal for them to be chewy, or did i get a bad batch? i had soaked them in water & filled them. if it IS normal for them to be so chewy, does the chewiness go away when it's deep-fried? tia
my finished waffles with the phillips are too thick to fit into a regular toaster, i believe they're about 1" thick, whereas max thickness for normal toasters seems to be about 7/8 or 15/16...they just don't quite fit, and i've looked high and low for 'thick slice' toaster....gotta use the toaster oven warm up the ones i freeze. that might be something to think about too, if you plan on freezing/toasting.
i've got a recipe calling for 1 fresh finely chopped red chilli pepper. none in the house, but i do have dried chilli pepper flakes. how many tsp dried chilli flakes would be equal to one fresh chopped chilli pepper? tia!!