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Too Hot for Deep Frying

by Nathan
(St. George, Utah)

Two Solar Burnes at work

Two Solar Burnes at work

It was not the ambient, or outdoor temperature, rather the oil on our two Solar Burner Cookers that was too hot.

We were making homemade taquitos and we were frying them out in the backyard to keep the smell of fried food outside.

We had about an inch of canola oil in each pan, but as the oil diminished the heat of the parabolic made it even hotter and so each time I put taquitos into the oil it popped, splattered and cooked the taquitos very fact it was burning them if I did not turn them quick enough

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