Nick of Dude Foods is known for his weird food combinations, and I think the latest one takes the grand prize for being bizarre. He coated and deep fried two KitKat candy bars and then used them instead of bread for a grilled cheese sandwich. Yes, you read that right, it’s a deep fried KitKat bar grilled cheese sandwich. He claims it’s tasty:
Honestly, looking back at it right now it doesn’t even look that appetizing, but let me tell you, it was pretty damn good!
No, it doesn’t look appealing, and I’ll have to take his word that it’s edible because I don’t foresee putting that creation into my mouth anytime soon.
See another picture of this concoction after the break.
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How do you deep fry tequila? Easy. This recipe by Oh, Bite It makes it simple by cutting up pieces of angel food cake, dipping them in tequila, and then throwing them in the deep fryer. She even dusted them with powdered sugar to look like the salt that’s usually on the rim of the glass.
Get ready for the latest creation from Dude Foods because it’s epic: a deep fried spaghetti dog. The intense recipe involves grilled Italian sausages covered in cooked spaghetti. You bread them and deep fry them before serving them with marinara sauce. It sounds like something you’d find at a state fair.
Read more about the deep fried spaghetti dog at Dude Foods.
Oh. My. God.
Check out the recipe for this amazing creation at Culinary Bro-Down.
I’m sorry. I’m so, so sorry. But it looks like your burger is burning. I better get to flipping it with this nifty Doctor Who spatula, which is made from silicone and features a metal handle that’s 11 inches long. It’s even better than the sonic.
But wait. You’re probably saying to yourself, “I’m not eating a burger right now. I’m not at a barbecue. And that spatula isn’t available until October 2014. How are you doing this? What are you?”
Well… I’m a Time Lord? You’re welcome.
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Behold the ultimate in late-night, drunken fast food! Yes, what you’re looking at is the cheddar chicken biscuit. It’s half Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuit, and half Chick-Fil-A fried chicken filet, and it was invented by several friends from San Francisco. It looks like someone named Brittany Forks came up with the concept in a moment of sheer genius that gave her “palpitations”.
We’re with you on that Brittany.
Photo by Kunaal Arya.
Behold, the Horn Dog. According to Porn Burger, it’s basically a cross between a burger and a corn dog with an added twist. It’s described thusly:
“a cut of pickled beef frank and a slice of crispy pork belly, sandwiched between two smash-cooked beef patties, dipped in a jalapeño, whole kernel corn batter, fried, and drizzled with honey.”
Now, if you read that, and you’re somehow not trying to devour your computer monitor… well, then you’re just a better human being than I am.
(Pornburger via Gizmodo)
Although fried Twinkies have been around for awhile, this version of the treat by Oh, Bite It! adds a new twist. Instead of just frying a batter dipped Twinkie, she rolled them in pastry sheets and then fried them. Add a little powdered sugar, and you’re in fried food heaven.
(Incredible Things via Neatorama)
Did you know that KFC is offered in over 115 countries and territories throughout the world? That’s a whole lot of fried chicken! Not surprisingly, KFC chains across the world have their own unique menus that cater to local tastes, which means that while most offer basic KFC staples, some chains offer dishes that you can’t find in the U.S. So, here’s a video (courtesy of Buzzfeed) that lists 26 KFC menu items from other countries that you’ve probably never tried.
Watch the video after the break…
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Why is this the first time I’ve heard of Ramen Chicken Nuggets? I mean, I was practically raised on chicken nuggets and Ramen was a standard snack/meal for me back in school. Why didn’t anyone ever think to combine these two items before?
It’s probably packed with ten year’s worth of sodium in a single bite, but who cares? Healthy eating is overrated anyway. Bring on the Ramen Nuggets! If you’d like to make this dish at home, head on over to Oh, Bite It! to check out their recipe.
(Thrillist via Incredible Things)