Chefs have top culinary techniques to elevate their food. But not everyone has the ability to dip bare hands in the boiling oil .
Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada fries up some Tempura Lobster while he shows you how to also stick your fingers in the deep fryer without getting burned. The only trick here is to add some batter onto your fingers and hand so it protects your fingers from the 350 degree boiling hot oil.
The only trick here is to add some batter onto your fingers
Protect your fingers and hand by applying a coating of the batter
The thicker the batter, the more time you can keep your fingers submerged in hot oil
Take note: "the consistency of the batter is very light because in our rolls, we don't want a thick coating; you can tell by how fast the batter fries to a crisp once it enters the oil, so the thicker the batter, the more time you can keep your fingers submerged in hot oil. If you're ever frying chicken parts, seafood, vegetables or other food items, protect your fingers and hand by applying a coating of the batter you're using so that in the event you splash any of the scalding oil on yourself, you won't burn. Never attempt this at home or anyplace else, with or without supervision."
He showed us the trick to dip hand in the boiling oil! Do you dare to do this?
This trick got attention of the netizens. Here are their expressions:
"I had no idea this was possible! He's a real master chef!!!" Pearl commented
"I have come to a conclusion, I believe that master chef was part of the weapon X during the time dead pool was being experimented on. It explains his ability to with stand high temperatures and capable of even slicing an atom, thy impossible"
Rich Norman commented:
"I cooked with a guy who used his hands in the fryer for battered things just like that and it's freaked me out to this day."
You may not know that there are many chef who have ability to dip their hands in boiling oil
Prem Singh, 65, has become famed in the back streets of Old Delhi for his unique ability
Dipping his hands into a vat of boiling fat to pluck out fried fish, this street chef is taking his profession to the extreme. Prem Singh, 65, has become famed in the back streets of Old Delhi for his unique ability. He regularly plucks fried fish from the vat - which is heated up to 200 degree celsius - using his bare hands. But incredibly, the veteran fryer says he has never suffered any burns, blisters or ill effects.
Source:Hiroyuki Terada - Diaries of a Master Sushi Chef
Reference Source: STORYTRENDER
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