experts specializing in edible oils have long known that Cottonseed Oil is
used as a standard for comparison of oils for flavor and performance.
Learn more about one of the best- kept secrets in the food business by
ordering a copy of The Culinary Advantage.
It's FREE. Read more about this brochure that describes how Cottonseed Oil
benefits foodservice operators and chefs worldwide.
THE CULINARY ADVANTAGE:
The Secret Ingredient You'll Never Taste
Success is in the Details
If you have not consciously considered the choice of an oil, now may be
the time. Some such seemingly mundane matters may not be top-of-mind. Yet,
in analyzing success in most any type of endeavor, it is clear that every
detail and choice along the way matters.
In foodservice, one such decision is which cooking or salad oil to use.
Oil selection is an important, but often overlooked, factor that impacts
the bottom line in two ways-the taste and quality of food and the length
of fry life. The Culinary Advantage
contains information on what many experienced chains and astute
foodservice operators consider their culinary advantage-Cottonseed Oil.
Cottonseed oil does not overpower other flavors; it enhances rather than
masks the natural tastes of foods. It is also naturally stable and has a
higher smoke point than most cooking oils. With these pluses, Cottonseed
Oil can be used in countless new dishes trend-wise diners seek, including:
Fish and Seafood
Have you caught on to the deep-fried turkey phenomenon?
These delicate flavors team well with flavor-neutral Cottonseed Oil.
Bring on the Heat
Cottonseed Oil can deliver the heat and spice of intensely flavored
Stir-Fries and Noodle Dishes
As a traditional oil in Asian cuisine, Cottonseed Oil helps keep flavors
A Global Ingredient
Cottonseed Oil is widely used around the world and it is ideal for
replicating these exotic tastes in local kitchens. Get inspiration for
new opportunities in ethnic cuisine.
Cottonseed Oil is perfect for the job.
Foods on the Fry
Deep-Fat Frying's Draw
Unlike other cooking methods, there is little deep-fat frying done in
the home. One of the biggest draws a foodservice operator has is the
ability to serve tempting foods that cannot easily be replicated at home.
Fried foods offer versatility-almost any type of food can be deep-fried.
Chicken, fish and French fries, for example, can be served with trendy
condiments and seasoning to satisfy America's desire for big, new flavors.
"I've been using Cottonseed Oil for
over 22 years. I like its clean flavor-it doesn't overwhelm other
flavors. To me, Cottonseed Oil is a universal oil."
John Sola, Executive Chef, The Daily Grill, Los Angeles, CA
Deep-fat frying offers several operational benefits during both frenetic
and slow times.
Four Tips for the Perfect Fry
"For over 50 years, Cottonseed Oil has
been a key ingredient in making our delicious fried chicken.
Thousands of customers agree: 'Brown's Chicken: It Tastes
Better.'" Frank Portillo,
President, Brown's Chicken & Pasta, Inc. Oak Brook, IL
No matter if the potato is cut long, curled or waffled, cooking French
fries takes skill and attention to detail. The
Culinary Advantage offers four important tips for french
An Advantage in the Kitchen and on the Table
Cottonseed Oil is a highly versatile oil and is ideal for:
Give Your Frying Oil an Extra Lease on Life
-Cutting Expensive Oils
"I like Cottonseed Oil's versatility.
I use it in an olive oil blend. For sauteing, I appreciate its high
burn point." Michael Tsonton,
Executive Chef, Tizi Melloul Restaurant, Chicago, IL
Taking good care of frying oil helps contain costs. The
Culinary Advantage lists ten essential tips for maximizing