Oil for Dutch doughnut balls
What would be the best oil for deep-frying the traditional Dutch doughnut balls? Sunflower oil? Or soybean oil? Or peanut oil? Or Grenada Gold, Levo’s deep-frying oil? Here is the answer!
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The right kind of oil
When determining whether an oil is suitable or not for frying, it is important to determine its percentages of monounsaturated fatty acids and poly-unsaturated fatty acids. If you will be deep-frying at a high temperature, the best choice would be an oil with a high percentage of monosaturated fatty acids and a low percentage of poly-unsaturated fatty acids. This is important to remember when purchasing the most suitable kind of oil for deep-frying.
The best oil for deep-frying traditional Dutch doughnut balls
If you will be heating the oil over an extended period of time, such as you do when frying/deep-frying foods like Dutch doughnut balls, the best choices would be peanut oil or Grenada Gold, the oil especially developed by Levo for deep-frying. Although peanut oil has a relatively high percentage of monosaturated fatty acids, a trait that makes this kind of oil excellent for deep-frying doughnut balls, peanut oil gives goods a certain aroma and flavour.
This makes Grenada Gold, technically speaking, an better kind of oil for deep-frying because it has an even higher percentage of monosaturated fatty acids and is thus more stable and more suitable for deep-frying. In addition, Grenada Gold is a deep-frying oil with a neutral aroma and flavour.
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