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I tried to fry up some chicken. I wanted to start small., and frying is like the simplest thing ever. It's foolproof. What could go wrong, right?

Apparently, a lot. It's me we're talking about. Clumsy, retarded, trip-over-my-own-feet me.

Somehow, the chicken ended up burnt to a crisp in some places and inedibly raw in others, the oil decided to go TROLOLOLOL and jump on my wrist-leaving me with a bit of a burn, and I accidentally put the oil bottle in the freezer.

Never again. Never.

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Updated 14th August 2012 at 07:02 AM by Dragonfyre



  1. Setra's Avatar
    XD This was funny to read. No offense.
  2. Dragonfyre's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye
    XD This was funny to read. No offense.
    Of course none taken. I posted it here because I wanted people to laugh at my utter lack of kitchen skills. :]
  3. Ghetsis-Dennis's Avatar
    I'm still afraid of cooking my own food.
  4. ChinYao's Avatar
    Haha, frying is actually a tougher one in my book--because you have to really watch carefully to avoid things going wrong. Can't leave it for a second.
  5. Mißingnåen's Avatar
    Frying can be tough. If you're using a pan and not a deep fryer, you need to carefully regulate the temperature, you can't just keep your stove on high the whole time. If you let it get too hot, then it will burn everything in the universe. Boiling oil is extremely nasty and dangerous stuff. It sounds like that was your problem.

    I'd recommend starting with potatoes first. Make some fries. Cut them to fry shapes so they cook fairly evenly. You also don't have to deal with batter when you make fries, you just throw them in there. Also make sure the oil is hot before you put the potatoes in.

    Once you've mastered the fry, move to onion rings so you can deal with batter. From there, the world is your oyster.


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