Earlier this year I backed a Kickstarter project from a company called Anova that was making a low cost sous vide immersion circulator. For those of you who have no idea what sous vide cooking is, it’s basically a method of cooking food in airtight bags at very low temperatures for long periods of time. The idea behind it is that the food is cooked much more evenly and that you can actually cook the inside of your food properly … Continue Reading »
Posts Tagged ‘deep fried food’
In case you’ve ever wondered what it looks like when you deep fry a couple KitKat candy bars and then use them as buns for a grilled cheese sandwich, it looks exactly like this.
Deep fried candy bars are obviously nothing new, but as far as I know no one — until now — has actually used two of them along with a couple slices of cheese to create a sandwich.
Now, I’m sure there are a couple reasons behind … Continue Reading »
It’s been a while since I’ve deep fried anything so I figured why not throw an Italian sausage on a stick, wrap in in spaghetti, batter it with Italian style breadcrumbs and drop it into some 375° oil. Yep, it’s a Deep Fried Spaghetti Dog on-a-stick!
Want to make your own? It’s super simple. Just grill up some Italian sausages, let them cool for a few minutes, shove a stick through them, wrap each one in cooked spaghetti, sprinkle … Continue Reading »
A while back I made some Doritos Crusted Chicken Strips. Then, back at the end of March I made a Deep Fried Doritos Breaded Burger, which was absolutely amazing. Just when I thought I’d run out of things to bread with Doritos though I was staring at a package of bacon that Hormel sent me when I thought to myself “You know what, why not bread some of this bacon with Doritos!?”
So, I fried up about ten … Continue Reading »
I know that this blog post would have been a lot more timely had I posted it prior to Easter, but Easter candy isn’t half price at Target before Easter, and these Peeps stuffed chocolate eggs normally cost something crazy like $5 each. At $2.50 each though they’re a total steal, especially when you’re looking for something new to deep fry!
I started off by whipping up my batter (1 cup flour, 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 cup milk … Continue Reading »
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