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tript Posted - 02/05/2007 : 6:08:26 PM
I am new to the site and trying out some recipes but one of them tells me to use flour for dredging. What is dredging and how do i do it? Please help me asap.

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cookiepam0746 Posted - 02/12/2008 : 2:00:13 PM
You got it! the infamous term dredging with flour means to coat whatever you are cooking completely with flour or another mixture. So you can dredge chicken completely in flour or dredge it with shake and bake if you wish.
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spunkie Posted - 02/12/2008 : 1:34:28 PM
Dredging is dipping your stuff in flour and shaking off the excess

NatalieDawn Posted - 02/12/2008 : 1:23:05 PM
The official definition from the Food Lover's Companion is:

"Dredge: to lightly coat food to be fried, as with flour, cornmeal or breadcrumbs. This coating helps brown the food. Chicken, for example, might be "dredged" with flour before frying."

jmprgrl74 Posted - 02/08/2007 : 5:50:37 PM
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Originally posted by tript

I am new to the site and trying out some recipes but one of them tells me to use flour for dredging. What is dredging and how do i do it? Please help me asap.





It's just 'dipping'...like if you were making fried chicken, you'd 'dredge/cover' it in flour.

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