Weird Food

sushi-cake

Sushi for dessert? What if it’s shaped like a cake? With my current cooking skill set, I think layering sushi ingredients would be easier than rolling them up.

Using a bowl as a guide, take two sheets of nori paper and cut them into circles. Add the first layer of rice, then avocado, and last the sushi.  Finally stack both layers on top of each other to complete the cake. Then grab some spicy sauce and chopsticks and call your friend over. Or keep it for yourself, I won’t judge.

(reddit via MTL Blog)

unicorn burger

We loved Catloaf and Pugloaf, but UK-based Lou Lou P’s Delights is back with a magically delicious unicorn burger that tops them all.

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kfchizza

Last week it was fried chicken pizza, but at least that integrated pizza flavor into fried chicken. Chizza is just a slab of fried chicken with sauce and cheese on top.

We get it KFC, you want to replace bread with fried chicken. How stupid and fat do you think we are?

Don’t answer that.

The KFChizza first appeared on the Twitter account of KFC Philippines and is expected to get a test run in Asia before expanding to other markets.

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To honor the character known as Kirimi-chan, whose head is a giant piece of salmon, Japanese companies Pucco and Sanrio teamed up to create salted-salmon chewy candy. The limited edition offering features a gray color to mimic salmon skin and the addition of salmon flakes to its center. But rather than acting as a ipecac, the candy has been described as having an orange flavor and only “hints of fish”, while others described it as sweet and mild.

Whatever the case, most purchases will most likely be the result of curiosity rather than any sort of appetizing appeal.

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You can’t fault KFC Hong Kong for attempting to combine two of the world’s favorite foods, pizza and fried chicken, into one insane product. But they were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should.

Details on the “Napoli Crispy Pizza Chicken” are scarce, but I’m sure it would run amok on your taste buds.

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Topping areas are limited on a traditional pizza, but one brilliant man in Pitea, Sweden has come up with a solution. Halmat Givara has created the “Vulkan” which you can buy at the Nya Gul & Bla pizzeria. It has little pods with pepperoni, steak bacon, and even french fries. The topping choices are up to you so you can make everyone happy for about £9 or $15.

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Amy of Oh Bite It! is always pretty clever when it comes to creating simple, unique and insane snacks and treats. But I have to say, deep fried s’mores are really something else.

Amy placed some chocolate, graham cracker crumbs and marshmallow cream inside a wonton wrap, sealed the sucker up and then fried it. The end result is essentially a s’mores egg roll.

Check out more pics and the complete set of instructions on Oh Bite It!

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You may have thought that deep-fried butter was the pinnacle of outlandish fair food, but the powers that be at the San Diego County Fair have found something else to tempt you away from dollars: deep-fried Starbucks coffee.

The concoction reportedly consists of deep fried balls of dough stuffed with ground coffee, dusted with sugar, topped with whipped cream and served on a stick.

The fried coffee is available at the Bacon-A-Fair booth, although there’s no word yet on how it actually tastes.

(via Time)

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The Dausage is the creation of 37-year-old Liam Bennett from Wales. The name is a twist on the combination of donuts and sausage because these particular sausages are full of jam. He’s already developed a whole range of flavors that include:

-Pork with Strawberry Jam
-Pork and Beef with Custard
-Pork with Leek and Blackcurrant Jam
-Chicken with Raspberry
-Dausage Rolls
-Venison with Strawberry Custard
-Vegetarian with Primula

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Well, leave it to Amy of Oh Bite It! to start jamming Snickers minis into doughnuts and waffling them. I mean, don’t get me wrong–it’s pure genius. But seriously, the human body can only handle so much of your sugary madness, Amy. Take pity, please.

So yeah, Glazed Doughnut Snickers Waffles. I thought they might require a bit of work to make, but the doughnut wasn’t made from scratch. All she did was was slice open a store bought glazed doughnut, toss in a few Snickers like you’re making a chocolate fiend’s favorite sandwich, and then place the sticky concoction onto a waffle iron. Easy peasy.

If you’d like to check out some of Amy’s tips for the recipe, or if you’d like to check out some more pics, then head on over to Oh Bite It!