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Heat cooking oil ... 450 degrees. Cut calf fries into 2 inch ... Roll in seasoned flour. Drop fries into hot grease. When fries float to top, they are done.
Calf fries as many as ... pepper. Fry in deep, hot shortening. When they are done they will float to the top. Drain on paper towels; serve warm with dip.
Mix salt, pepper, cornmeal and flour until well mixed. Beat eggs. Dip fries in egg mixture and roll in flour mixture. Then deep fry until golden brown.
Beat egg and add milk. Drip fries in milk and egg, then dip in flour cornmeal mixture. Fry in hot oil (350 degrees) until fries float.
Sterilize hands. Combine ... and clean your fries. Send the ... steers in sizzling NUT oil until amber..not umber. Seize and serve. Under glass of course.
Cut liver into serving sized pieces. Mix corn flake crumbs, salt and pepper together. Dip liver pieces in melted butter, roll in seasoned crumbs. ...
Dip liver in flour seasoned with salt and pepper; set aside. In a small skillet saute onions and apples in 1/4 cup butter until tender. Keep warm. In ...
Wash liver. Salt and pepper to taste, then cover with flour. Fry bacon pieces; remove from grease. Fry liver in bacon grease until brown only. Place ...
Lightly fry the onion in the oil and then add and fry the chopped liver. Flavour with salt, ground pepper, marjoram, the bay leaf and the mixed ...
Cut liver into about 3 inch squares. Season with salt and pepper. Roll in flour and pan fry in shortening. Fry until golden brown on both sides. Turn ...
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