If you’re bored with pre-packaged holiday candy, you can put a unique twist on an Easter favorite by creating these Cadbury Creme Scotch eggs.
The Cadbury Creme Scotch Egg is coated with a thick cocoa-kissed batter, then coated in cookie crumbs and deep-fried. When eaten warm, the taste calls to mind that of a deep-fried candy bars that one can find at state fairs, but in my opinion, a slightly more complex flavor. It’s the perfect dessert counterpart to the classic Scotch Egg: similar visually, and every bit as decadent. Happy Easter indeed.
Check out the recipe here.
A little batter and deep frying makes any occasion more festive, and this is the perfect dessert to add to your holiday menu: beer-battered, deep fried Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes!
It sounds like something right out of a county fair which means it’s most likely delicious. The batter is made with some beer, flour, sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla among other things. That’s sure to make it sweet, sugary, and tasty. And even though it looks like it will be a messy endeavor, the steps are simple to follow. Save some of the beer to wash the fried cakes down with!
Hit the link below for the recipe and how-to.
Nick from DudeFoods was never in the mood for the bags of Doritos that accompanied his Meal Deals from Taco Bell. After amassing a cabinet full of unappreciated tortilla chips, he decided to hook them up with beer, bacon batter and his deep fryer:
“For my beer and bacon batter I used the exact same recipe that I used when I made deep fried bacon and deep fried White Castle sliders, which pretty much just involves mixing equal parts flour and beer and then tossing in some diced bacon pieces. I was a little worried that the Doritos would lose their crunch after being deep fried, but they didn’t seem to at all. The hot oil also caused the batter to expand around the chips a little bit, so they sort of ended up looking like little puff pastries.”
As for the taste, Nick said they were “probably ten times better” than he originally thought.
Featuring a batter made from beer, flour and diced pieces of bacon. It’s creator claims the result is restaurant worthy, yet extremely unhealthy… no way.
White Castle sliders aren’t the most tasty of fast food burgers, but for some reason, it’s hard to stop eating them (in my experience, it’s usually because alcohol is involved). Nick of Dude Foods came up with a way to make the burgers actually sound appealing though: he made a beer batter, added cooked bacon, and deep fried them. The batter was equal parts flour and beer.
Never mind that it makes the burgers a thousand times more unhealthy! I’m suddenly wishing there was a White Castle nearby.
(via Dude Foods)
The Laguna Beach location of the Umami Burger chain is now offering the UFO deep fried ice cream sandwich on its menu. It’s a vanilla-maple cream filled oatmeal cookie sandwich that’s been swathed in tempura batter, fried, and then topped with vanilla bean ice cream and coarse sea salt.
Sounds pretty alien to me.
Click the link below to check out the recipe, but be leery, because even their creator said they were the worst things he/she had ever eaten.
The word “fair” is commonly associated with four things: rides, animal crap, crowds and fried everything. Expanding on that last bit is this Deep Fried Margarita from the Texas State Fair, which is described as “a funnel cake batter made with margarita mixer, fried and soaked in more margarita, all served in a salt-rimmed glass.”