yes you can…i’d only cook the chicken first and then the fish. The chicken won’t flavor the fish but the fish WOULD flavor the chicken. Once an oil has been used to cook fish, it’s only good for fish.
Do restaurants fry chicken and fish in the same oil?
Yes. We do use the same oil.
Can you fry fish after frying chicken?
Once you are done with the chicken you can deep fry your fish in it. However, be careful not to deep fry chicken in it again the next day. Save it for your fishy meals or throw it away. Use separately used oils for fish and poultry.
Can you cook fish and chicken together?
Yes. If you cook the fish first then the chicken will pick up flavor from the fish and that flavor is largely contained (transmitted) by oil which cooked out of the fish. The chicken will subsequently not ‘last’ any longer than the fish would (fish oil becomes rancid fairly quickly.) Solution: cook the chicken first.
Can you use the same oil to fry chicken and fries?
Yes, it is OK to reuse fry oil. Here’s how to clean and store it: ① Once you’ve finished frying, let the oil cool. When it’s reached a safe temperature, use a utensil to remove any large pieces of batter that might be left over.
Is it OK to cook fries in fish grease?
Flavor will linger a bit, but it’s not a bad flavor. I change the oil after frying fish, because fish-flavored french fries can be pretty disgusting. But I wouldn’t worry about chicken. Places like KFC and Bojangle’s don’t do it, but that’s because they’re busy restaurants, and can afford more than one deep fryer.
Does Popeyes fry their chicken and shrimp together?
Yes, everything is cooked together, shrimp and fish are generally not cooked in the same fryer as chicken, but when we filter all the shortening is blended together and cleaned. While filtering, shrimp and fish are cooked where the chicken is cooked.
Should you fry fish or fries first?
To get the best results using only one fryer, you should do the initial cook on the fries first, then, while they rest, cook the fish, and finish the fries right before you serve. Using a ChefAlarm® to monitor your fryer temps is a great way to make sure you’re cooking everything right.
What is the best oil to fry fish with?
Choose the Right Oil
When deep-frying, choose an oil with a high smoke point (peanut, grapeseed, safflower, soybean, sunflower, canola, and extra light olive oil are all good choices) and a flavor that is either neutral or appropriate to the type of food you’re cooking.
Can you reuse grease after frying chicken?
Yes! You can reuse cooking oil even after frying raw chicken, vegetables, and battered foods. … Then, you’ll want to skim off any large pieces of remaining food or fried batter. Drain the cooled oil from the fryer and strain the used oil to store it in a resealable container for later use.
Is it bad to mix chicken and fish?
When prepared safely, they are safe to eat together in separate preparations or combined in a dish. In traditional cuisines, multiple courses, with a fish, or seafood course, a poultry course, and a meat course are not uncommon. Or an appetizer like shrimp cocktail served before a poultry or meat based meal.
Can you cook fish & chicken in the same pan?
Let each have its own pan, so that you can take each of them out of the oven when it’s cooked just right. … First, they’ll all need different cooking times if they’re being cooked at the same temperature. In particular, the fish will taste and feel like cotton if it’s cooked long enough to make the chicken safe to eat.
Can you mix raw chicken and fish?
S-E-P-A-R-A-T-E. Improper handling of raw meat, poultry, and seafood can set the stage for cross-contamination – the spread of bacteria from foods, hands, utensils, and food preparation surfaces to another food.
Can you fry fish and fries in the same oil?
Basically you should consider what you’re frying, and what you want to reuse the oil for. If you’re frying french fries, then using the same oil for chicken won’t be a problem. But if you fry fish, you might not want to use the same oil for french fries, because your fries will then taste like fish.
What kind of oil does Popeyes cook their chicken in?
According to http://comsumerist.com “Popeyes uses in a combination of beef tallow, partially hydrogenated beef tallow, and partially hydrogenated soybean oil. This results in a lower trans fat level than what you’d find at Church’s, but a higher saturated fat count.”
How many times can I fry in the same oil?
Our recommendation: With breaded and battered foods, reuse oil three or four times. With cleaner-frying items such as potato chips, it’s fine to reuse oil at least eight times—and likely far longer, especially if you’re replenishing it with some fresh oil.