This question will strike you as ridiculous, but I think it's worth asking.
I use fat free, calorie free, carb free canola oil cooking spray when I fry my chicken breast for the day. The chicken breast comes out tasting juicy and tender. It's amazing and I love it, but it's almost too good to be true. I'm wondering if the extreme heat is catalyzing some sort of reaction that will result in, well.... the creation of fat. Is it ok to fry chicken breast in such a cooking spray? Or is the protein being destroyed and the 'fat free' cooking oil somehow saturating the chicken breast with fat?
Please help!!! I don't want to give up this recipe!!!
Thread: fat free canola oil spray???