Posts Tagged ‘deep fried food’

Macaroni and Cheese Egg Rolls

Macaroni and Cheese Egg RollsThis post is part of a series I’m working on for Black Creek Cheese. We formed a partnership out of a love for big flavor and bold cheeses. In case you’ve missed any of my previous posts you can click here to check out all the cheesy dishes I’ve come up with so far.

The Big Game is a little less than two weeks away, and whether you’re having a few friends over or … CONTINUE READING »

The Deep Fried McRib

The Deep Fried McRibThe McRib is back at McDonald’s for the first time nationally in a little over three years so I decided that the only logical way to celebrate would be to take one and deep fry it!

Although this isn’t the first fast food item I’ve deep fried it definitely ranks up there as one of my favorites!

8 years ago I made beer and bacon battered deep fried White Castle sliders, and since then … CONTINUE READING »

Deep Fried Lasagna

Deep Fried Lasagna

I found a Stouffer’s family size lasagna in my freezer and I was about to pop it in the oven when I decided that I’d rather slice it into squares, coat then in breadcrumbs and deep fry them, and if I’m being honest, it’s gonna be real hard for me to go back to regular lasagna after this….

Plus, it’ll help me bulk up for hockey season! Oh wait, I spent all summer bulking up … CONTINUE READING »

Fried Twinkies

Fried TwinkiesGrowing up I was never a fan of Twinkies. They always just tasted way too sweet and way too overly processed.

Plus, despite the fact that Hostess — the company that makes Twinkies —  claims that they only have a shelf life of 45 days — which in itself is a pretty long time — we’ve all heard the rumors of Twinkies basically lasting forever and still tasting exactly the same right?. Even as a … CONTINUE READING »

Fried Oreos

Fried OreosFried Oreos are one of my all time favorite festival foods. What most people don’t realize though is just how easy they are to make at home. All it takes is five ingredients — plus some powdered sugar to top the Oreos with when they’re done in the fryer — and about 15 minutes of your time.

So, if you can’t make it out to the fair just follow this super easy recipe and you’ll … CONTINUE READING »

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