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20 Crispy, Salty, Just-Greasy-Enough Fried Foods We Love

Deep-frying requires a little equipment and some practice with the right techniques, but the reward for your effort is a whole world of culinary possibilities, from crispy-outside, tender-inside Buffalo wings to moist and light falafel, meaty fried chicken sandwiches (made with just five ingredients) to fried artichokes brightened up with a squeeze of lemon. Here are 20 delicious recipes to get you started.
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