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5 Easy Tips To How To Clean Cooking Oil After Frying

In Indian food, Oil is the primary ingredient that we add to any dish. But sometimes using the same oil continually can make increase the toxin levels in it. So, here we bring you some easy tips for your cooking oil.                        

Indian food has us ruined for choice. There are many recipes that we make cooking oil is a necessity Ingredient But most of the time when we make these recipes some small particles left behind from the dishes you make, These particles could generally be of the waste batter or the skin of the item that you might have fried. Many of us are don’t care about these particles, and we reuse the same oil again in other dishes. Because we don’t realize how dangerous it can be to your health if you continue to use the same cooking oil for multiple purposes? Yes, you heard us!

The unclean cooking oil or reuse oil can take a toll on us in various ways. It will give you trans-fat in oils, upturn your blood pressure,  reusing  oil, again and again, can release high amounts of toxins, Even though we can’t replace our cooking oil every day, we can certainly make it cleaner and safe for consumption. So, how exactly to do that? Well here below are some useful tricks and tips to make your cooking oil clean. Check them below:

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Below Are 5 Tips And Tricks To Clean The Cooking Oil:

1. Strain through Mesh

Allow the oil to cool before straining it through a cheesecloth, a fine-mesh sieve, a paper coffee filter, or even paper towels. We have removed any remaining fried bits and food from the oil. When reusing oil, food particles can cause it to burn, so get clear of them as soon as possible.

2. Mix Oil with Corn-starch

We can clean the oil with the help of corn starch – for this heat the oil and mix the corn-starch mixture over low heat. With the help heatproof spatula Stir it constantly, make corn-starch mixture should solidify for 10 minutes, then strain

3. Add In Lemons

Take lemons and cut the lemons into small pieces and put them in the heated oil. The black leftover elements will stick on the pieces of lemon. You can take them out and strain them for better use.

4. Store It Away From Light

Cooking oil can be broken down by cooking and how you store it. To keep the oil in perfect cooking condition, keep it away from moisture, sunlight, and heat. As the oil sits in storage, light and heat will damage it further, increasing the likelihood that you won’t be able to reuse it.

5. Don’t keep your cooking oil near Heat releasing appliances

Keep the oil away from the stove, gas burner, where it will be exposed to secondary heat from other cooking. Instead, you can store it in the fridge and use it once it is hardened.

So, try out our simple tricks and tips and let us know which one worked the best for you, stay happy and healthy!


I Varsha Chhirolya having an experience in digital marketing of 5 years, I am an account manager in CREATIVE Ad Agency.

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