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For milder flavor, omit the crushed red pepper.
Enjoy eating appetizers at a social occasion, but be mindful of portion size so you don’t overdo it on calories.
When using a fryer appliance to deep-fry foods at home, always follow the manufacturer’s directions. Or if frying food in a pan on top of the stove, always use a saucepan large enough to completely submerge the food when the pan is filled halfway with oil. (A Dutch oven works well for deep-frying.) Never overfill the pan with oil since that can lead to boilovers that can potentially create a dangerous grease fire. Use an appropriate thermometer to frequently check the temperature of the oil and adjust the heat as necessary to prevent the oil temperature from varying from the desired temperature. Turn off the fryer heat as soon as you are done using it, then let the oil cool completely before discarding it or storing it for its next use. Refrigerate the oil between uses to maintain its freshness, then discard the oil when it starts to look cloudy, or develops an off or acrid odor. Suitable oils for frying are vegetable, canola and peanut. Olive oil should not be used for cooking deep-fried foods.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.