ok u fat fucks
Protip: When using oil in your pan, use only 1 table spoon. dont drizzle and pour oil like a retard because just 1 tbl spoon contains 120 calories
if you pour olive oil into your frying pan then guess what, you just added 400+ calories into your food that you didnt know about
The amount of oil you put in the pan for frying or saute is largely irrelevant from a calorie perspective because you leave the oil behind in the pan when you're done cooking. You take the food out and the oil remains behind.
>because you leave the oil behind in the pan when you're done cooking.
>The amount of oil you put in the pan for frying or saute is largely irrelevant from a calorie perspective because you leave the oil behind in the pan when you're done cooking. You take the food out and the oil remains behind.
I don't think you've ever cooked in you entire life.
>measuring out oil
just put some in a pan and heat it up
swirl it around to cover the entire pan
if there's a lot of oil, pour it out
if there's not enough oil, pour some more in
You guys are such faggots
This. Why the fuck would you ever measure?
Also, if you're frying something, you sure as shit need plenty of oil. And if you try to sautee something like mushrooms, and you don't use enough oil and hot enough, you're going to fuck up your mushrooms.
>If it's absorbed into the food then you're doing it wrong. (e.g. pan was cold when the food went in)
I always steam my veggies then throw them in the pan after cooking the meat to deglaze the pan with the moisture in the steamed veggies. Needless to say the pan is very hot at this point. The veggies also soak the remaining oil.
Therefor, based on my own experience I can confidently say that you're wrong.
>oil in pan
>no oil in pan
absorb/coat/whatever. it doesn't matter because the fact is that the oil gets consumed and not left behind.
you should focus less on semantics because your attempt to look smart just made you look dumb.
If no oil gets left behind it's because all of the oil coated the vegetables
If some oil gets left behind, it's because there was more than enough oil to coat the vegetables
It actually does matter and you're just being a huge faggot about it