Jeff Grossman/NYC wrote:Reminds me of the Ferran Adria recipe for frittata that calls for potato chips.
Legit is an open ended question. Pam and other oil sprays are cooking oil in a can, pressurized with a hydrocarbon (propane) that is liquid under pressure, but is a gas at room temperature and normal atmospheric pressure. It is convenient and not messy and delivers a very thin coat of oil on cooking surfaces. However, I don't think it is any more effective than putting oil or grease on a paper towel and spreading it very thin, which is what I do. The Pam coating is very thin, depending on how much one sprays, so because of this, very little fat is added to the food. People on diets that don't read the labels think it is fat-free, because it doesn't seem to add calories. Here is a link: http://caloriecount.about.com/forums/foods/maybe-chemists-enlighten-pam-ingredients-propaneChristina Georgina wrote:Have never used any oil sprays. Are they legit ?
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