What does oil do in a kitchen?

The use of oil helps to prevent food from adhering to surfaces like pots and pans. The oil, or any sort of fat for that matter, plays a significant role as a flavor carrier. It enhances the flavor of the dish by bringing out the many components that make up that flavor. The Maillard process, which is responsible for giving fried meals their delicious golden crust on the outside, may be sped up with the help of oil.

IT IS IMPORTANT:  Is cooked deer sausage available in processed form?