A new device developed by Purdue University scientists in Indiana may soon allow users to simulate the process of deep-frying foods without adding unhealthy oil and fats to the food. For those who crave the taste of fried foods but want to minimize health risks from consuming too much of it can look to the “radiant fryer” for their fried food fixes. The food from the radiant fryer will have up to half the fat and fewer calories than usual. The radiant fryer uses “radiant energy elements, wire cages and a conveyor belt to cook partially fried food.” The university researchers claim the new device may eliminate risks and injuries from conventional frying methods.
(Source: Purdue University)