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My rosettes turned soggy! What happened?

I made rosettes the other day and they got soggy. I can't figure out what happened. I fried them at 350°F could that have been the cause? Can they to be stored in a Tupperware container, or are they to be stored in something else?

ANSWER:

It is recommended to fry rosettes in 350°F to 375°F (175° to 190°C), so your cooking temperature was okay...unless, the temperature reading was incorrect on your thermometer or deep fryer. If you used a deep fryer, you might invest in a candy thermometer to test its accuracy, and if you used a candy thermometer, you might need to replace it.

Another possibility is that the cooking oil used for frying has been used too often and needs to be replaced with fresh oil.

Rosettes should be stored in tightly sealed containers to maintain their crispness.

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