Saw this article about the Fried Twinkie craze sweeping state fairs nationwide this summer - 26,000 sold in 18 days in Sacramento - and I am fascinated...has anyone had any of these ? and what other unusual deep fried culinary treats did others come across this summer ?
I saw them being prepared on the Best Damn Sports Show Period not too long ago. Dennis Rodman had one. They sound kind of tasty. I'm sure the sound of your arteries clogging up after scarfing down two or three would be a little disturbing though.
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Oddly enough, I do believe the Brits have us North Americans snookered when it comes to deep frying things. Maybe one of the British Wieners can confirm this, but apparently not only are deep fried Mars bars hugely popular over there, but many places will basically batter and fry anything you bring to them.
Let's be fair, too. The only significant difference between deep fried Twinkies and hush puppies is the filling, really.
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Originally posted by tarnish Oddly enough, I do believe the Brits have us North Americans snookered when it comes to deep frying things. Maybe one of the British Wieners can confirm this, but apparently not only are deep fried Mars bars hugely popular over there, but many places will basically batter and fry anything you bring to them.
While I'm not a British Wiener I can confirm this...
When I was in Scotland about three years ago all the local children went berzerk for Mars Bars, dipped in a thick, buttery batter, and then quickly deep fried to a perfection. To be honest, it was really, really good...
Deep fried battered candy bars were aplenty at our state overglorified flea market (sorry..."fair") this year. Have been for a couple years. One vendor did it the year before...next year EVERYBODY did it.
The trick is to use a good pancake mix, so I'm told.
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