List of deep fried foods

This is a list of deep fried foods and dishes. Deep frying is a cooking method in which food is submerged in hot fat, such as cooking oil. This is normally performed with a deep fryer or chip pan, and industrially, a pressure fryer or vacuum fryer may be used. Deep frying is classified as a dry cooking method because no water is used. Due to the high temperature involved and the high heat conduction of oil, the food is then prepared quickly.

The finished product

Deep fried foods

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Bánh rán is a deep-fried glutinous rice ball from southern Vietnamese cuisine.
 
A standard serving of fish and chips
 
Breaded cutlet is a popular dish worldwide.
 
Bengali fritters (tele bhaja)
 
A halved breaded deep fried egg
 
Jalebi being deep fried
  • Acarajé – Deep fried bean cake
  • Alcapurrias – Fritter dish from Puerto Rico
  • Angel wings – Sweet crisp pastry
  • Arancini – Italian snack food
  • Arepa de huevo – Type of food made of ground maize dough, common in Venezuela and Colombia
  • Bacalaíto – Seafood dish from Puerto Rico
  • Bamischijf – Dutch snack
  • Banana chips – Chip made of banana
  • Banana fritter – Deep-fried battered banana or plantain
  • Bánh – Traditional Vietnamese confectionary
  • Bánh rán
  • Batata vada – Indian vegetarian fast food dish
  • Bean chips – chip with beans as the primary ingredient
  • Beer Chips – American brand of thick-cut kettle style chips
  • Beignet – Deep fried pastry
  • Bhajji – Spiced fritter from the indian subcontinent
  • Bhatoora – Deep-fried leavened bread from the Indian Subcontinent
  • Bife a cavalo – Steak and egg dish
  • Bikaneri Bhujia – Indian snack food
  • Bitterballen – Savoury Dutch meat-based snack
  • Bonda – Deep fried potato snack
  • Boondi – Indian snack made from fried chickpea flour
  • Breaded cutlet – Meat in breading or batter
    • Menchi-katsu – Japanese breaded and deep-fried ground meat patty
  • Buñuelo – Fried dough ball
  • Cactus fries – Southwestern United States side dish
  • Çäkçäk – Deep-fried sweet dough
  • Calas – Creole rice fritters
  • Camote cue – Popular snack food in the Philippines
  • Caşcaval pane
  • Chả giò – Vietnamese spring roll
  • Chimichanga – Mexican and Southwestern American dish[1]
  • Chislic – Traditional South Dakotan dish similar to shashlik
  • Chugchucaras – Food of Ecuador
  • Churro – Fried-dough pastry
  • Corn dog – Deep-fried, corn-battered hot dog on a stick
  • Crab cake – American crab dish
  • Creier pane
  • Crinkle-cutting – Technique of cutting vegetables
  • Crisp-fried onions – A method of cooking onions
  • Croquette – Small breaded, deep-fried food (Coxinha)
  • Deep-fried haggis – Scottish savoury pudding containing sheep's pluck
  • Deep-fried Mars Bar – Novelty Scottish confectionery
  • Doughnut – Sweet food made from deep-fried dough
  • Deep-fried butter – Snack food made of butter
  • Deep fried egg – Deep fried egg dish
  • Egg roll – American Chinese appetizer
  • Emping – Indonesian traditional chips made of melinjo (Gnetum gnemon)
  • Falafel – Middle Eastern fried bean dish
  • Far far – Snack food of Indian origin
  • Flauta – Mexican dish[1]
  • French fries – Deep-fried strips of potato
  • Fried chicken – Dish of chicken pieces coated with seasoned flour or in batter and then fried
  • Fried Coke – Fried Coca-Cola flavored batter
  • Fried dough – Fried dough pastry, sweet or savory
  • Fried mushrooms – mushrooms which have been fried
  • Fried okra – Type of food
  • Frikandel – Deep fried meat snack
  • Frybread – Variety of flatbread
  • Funnel cake – Deep-fried batter
  • German fries – Thinly sliced raw or cooked potatoes fried in fat
  • Gogoși – Romanian deep-fried pastry
  • Haggis pakora – Scottish snack food of haggis ingredients prepared as pakoras
  • Hash browns – Potato dish commonly eaten for breakfast in the United States
  • Hush puppies – Deep-fried savory food made from cornmeal batter
  • Jalebi – Sweet snack of deep fried batter
  • Jau gok – Cantonese style pastry snack
  • Jonnycake – American cornmeal flatbread
  • Kakara pitha – cake associated with Odisha, India
  • Karaage – Japanese cooking technique
  • Karintō – Traditional Japanese snack food
  • Khapsey – Tibetian deep-fried biscut
  • Klenät – Nordic fried pastry
  • Kluklu – West African snack made from peanut
  • Kokis – Sri Lankan food
  • Kripik – Indonesian chips
  • Krupuk – Southeast Asian deep fried crackers
  • Lángos – Hungarian deep-fried flatbread
  • Lok-lok – Malaysian street food
  • Luchi – Deep-fried flatbread made of wheat flour
  • Mandazi – Fried bread
  • Maruya – Filipino banana fritters
  • Medu vada – Deep-fried Indian food item
  • Mianwo – Chinese donut
  • Mofongo – Caribbean islands traditional dish
  • Mozzarella sticks – Fried breaded or battered mozzarella
  • Namak para – Crunchy savory snack eaten in the Indian subcontinent
  • Noodles – Noodle dishes common throughout Asia
  • Pakora – Spiced fritter from the indian subcontinent
  • Panipuri – Indian snack food
  • Panzarotti – Baked Italian pizza dish
  • Papad – Flatbread from the Indian subcontinent
  • Parmigiana – Italian dish of eggplant with cheese and tomato sauce
  • Pastie – Northern Ireland dish of battered deep-fried meat and vegetables
  • Patra – Vegetarian dish from India
  • Deep-fried peanuts
  • Pholourie – Fried, spiced dough balls
  • Deep-fried pizza – Style of pizza preparation
  • Picarones – Peruvian dessert
  • Pionono – Spanish pastry – the Puerto Rican version
  • Piyaju
  • Pizza puff – Filled deep-fried dough pocket
  • Potato pancake – Shallow-fried pancakes of grated or ground potato
    • Boxty – Traditional Irish potato pancake
  • Puri
  • Puff-puff – African fried dough snack and pastry
  • Ripper – Type of hotdog
  • Rissole – European dish of meat covered in pastry
  • Rosette – Deep-fried pastry
  • Sabudana vada – Tapioca pearl fritters from Maharashtra, India
  • Sachima – Manchurian pastry
  • Samosa – Fried or baked pastry with a savoury filling
  • Scotch egg – Boiled egg wrapped in sausage meat
  • Scraps – Deep-fried batter often served with fish and chips
  • Sev – Indian snack food
  • Shankarpali – Indian sweet snack
  • Sorullos – Puerto Rican fried cornmeal dish
  • Spam fritter – Slice of Spam fried in batter
  • Spice bag – Fast food dish created in Ireland
  • Spring roll – Type of dim sum – some varieties are deep fried[2]
  • Steak pie – British meat pie
  • Struffoli – Deep-fried dough sweetened with honey
  • Supplì – Italian snack food
  • Swikee – Indonesian frog leg dish
  • Taiwanese fried chicken – Dish in Taiwanese cuisine
  • Taro dumpling – Chinese cuisine
  • Tempura – Japanese dish of battered, deep-fried fish or vegetables
  • Toasted ravioli – Italian-American appetizer dish
  • Tostone – Fried plantain found in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine
  • Turkey – Meat from a turkey
  • Wonton – Type of dumpling commonly found in several Chinese cuisines
  • Zeppole – Italian pastry

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Beef

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Chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes and gravy

Chicken

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Convenience foods and candy

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Dairy products

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Fish and seafood

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  • Calamari – Squid used for culinary purposes
  • Camaron rebosado – Philippine shrimp dish
  • Clam cake – Seafood dish
  • Coconut shrimp – Shrimp dish
  • Crab puff – Ball of crab meat deep-fried in batter
  • Crab rangoon – American Chinese dumpling appetizers
  • Fish and chips – Hot dish of fried fish and fried potato
  • Fishcake – Minced or ground seafood mixed with a starchy ingredient and fried
  • Fish finger – Dish consisting of breaded and fried fish
  • Fried clams – New England seafood dish
  • Fried prawn – Type of food
  • Gulha – Tuna and coconut dumplings
  • Kibbeling – Dutch seafood snack, consisting of chunks of deep-fried cod
  • Pescado frito – Fried fish dish
  • Prawn cracker – Indonesian prawn-flavoured crackers made of tapioca flour
  • Seafood basket
  • Topote – Local dish of Veracruz, Mexico
  • Tempura – Japanese dish of battered, deep-fried fish or vegetables
  • Yin Yang fish – Taiwanese fish dish

Fruits and vegetables

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  • Apple chips – Food
  • Banana chip – Chip made of banana
  • Banana cue – Banana dish from Philippines
  • Bawang goreng – Indonesian crispy fried shallot
  • Beguni – Bengal region brinjal dish
  • Bugak – Deep-fried Korean vegetable snack
  • Carrot chips – Snack made of carrots
  • Cassava-based dishes – Foods prepared with cassava
  • Chifle – Fried plantain chip dish
  • Chile relleno – Stuffed chili pepper dish in Mexican cuisine – sometimes deep fried
  • Corn chips – Snack food made from cornmeal
  • Corn fritter – Fried cakes of maize dough
  • Corn tortilla dishes
    • Flauta – Mexican dish
    • Crispy taco – Mexican-American dish
    • Tortilla chip – Snack food made from corn tortillas
    • Tostada (tortilla) – Flat or bowl-shaped tortilla that is deep-fried or toasted — sometimes deep fried
  • Crisp-fried onions
  • Deep-fried avocado – Dish made with avocado
  • Fried pickle – Snack food made by deep-frying sliced battered dill pickles
  • Gobi manchurian – Deep-fried savory dish in Indo-Chinese cuisine
  • Jalapeño popper – Breaded, fried, stuffed jalapeño pepper
  • Kelewele – Cooked dish made from plantains
  • Okra – Species of edible plant
  • Olive all'ascolana – Italian appetizer
  • Peixinhos da horta – Portuguese fried vegetable-based dish
  • Peperoni cruschi – Variety of dry pepper typical of Lucanian cuisine
  • Tostones – Fried plantain found in Latin American and Caribbean cuisine
  • Vegetable chips – Thin bite-sized snack food made from vegetables

Potato

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  • Boxty – Traditional Irish potato pancake
  • Savoury pattie – Deep fried mashed potato
  • Tater Tots – Deep-fried grated potato cylinders
  • Triple Cooked Chips – Type of deep-fried potato
  • Waffle fries – Deep-fried strips of potato

Pork

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Tofu

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Other

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By cuisine

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Chinese cuisine

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Cantonese

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Youtiao (fried dough or bread)

Japanese cuisine

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Thai cuisine

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See also

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References

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  1. ^ a b c "Arroz is Arroz is Arroz". New York. August 1, 1983. p. 24. Retrieved March 20, 2018.
  2. ^ Ang, C.Y.W.; Liu, K.; Huang, Y.W. (1999). Asian Foods: Science and Technology. Taylor & Francis. p. 99. ISBN 978-1-56676-736-1. Retrieved March 20, 2018.
  3. ^ Yang, Ya-Roo (July 9, 2008). "Fried Milk: A Crunchy, Ooze-Filled Delicacy". The New York Times. Retrieved 18 June 2020.
  4. ^ Laxmi Parida (2003). Purba: Feasts from the East: Oriya Cuisine from Eastern India. iUniverse. p. 191. ISBN 978-0-595-26749-1.
  5. ^ "Deep Fried Burgers Are a Thing, According to the Bull Brothers".
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