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My moms not home and I want to make some falafel. The recipe calls for heating the oil to 375.F but my stove is electric and the settings read in numbers up to 8 and then a HIGH seting. I don't want to fuck up my falafel. Does anybody happen to know what I should put the burner to that would be the equivelency of 375.F ? Because I have absolutely no idea.

 

 

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I think if you have the stove on med/high, let the oil get hot (drop a teeny piece of falafal in the oil and if it sizzles/crackles it's ready to be used)

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I don't know what felafel is.

 

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well heres the deal.. Conventional household kitchen cooking ovens usually go up to about the same temperature.. just look at a picture of an oven on google image or something and divide it by 8.. most cooking recipes dont have to have the EXACT temperature.. you'll be ok.. throw it in, turn it up to 8 and leave it for an hour and a half.. :lol: :lol:

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Originally posted by SukiSukiNow

I think if you have the stove on med/high, let the oil get hot (drop a teeny piece of falafal in the oil and if it sizzles/crackles it's ready to be used)

 

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The falafel was so much better today after I heated it up. Also, I added some more water and a little bit more salt to the tahini and now its really good too.

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