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Old 08-14-2011, 08:26 PM   #21
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Fried vanilla ice.

Make a nice ball of vanilla ice, dip it in egg-white (well stirred one) than in to smashed hazelnuts and grinded cornflakes. back in the egg-white and again back in the smashed hazelnuts. Put it in to a very good freezer until it's completely frozen. (you could repeat the previous step)

prepare some caramel sauce. caster sugar caramelise butter in at last moment to cool it down. (or some recipe with cream)

Get the deep fryer at 175 degrees Celsius throw the vanilla balls in until done (15-20 sec). If the fryer is too small increase the temperature, because once you drop it in the temperature will drop.

caramel on top

et voila!

P.s the idea is of course to fry the outside and not the inside And be a bit careful you don't overcook because pure liquid in the fryer is the very last thing you want.
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Old 08-14-2011, 09:31 PM   #22
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Thank You So much eager I will try it if i have time

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Old 08-15-2011, 11:17 AM   #23
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Deep fried bacon? Bacon deep fries itself in it's own grease. For other stuff get a big pot of oil, heat it to 350, start frying the stuff you think you would like to taste as a fried food. Keep notes so you know which are your favorites. I would suggest not frying a batch of donuts after frying a batch of fried fish.
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I would suggest not frying a batch of donuts after frying a batch of fried fish.
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Deep fried bacon? Bacon deep fries itself in it's own grease. For other stuff get a big pot of oil, heat it to 350, start frying the stuff you think you would like to taste as a fried food. Keep notes so you know which are your favorites. I would suggest not frying a batch of donuts after frying a batch of fried fish.

No, not pan fried, but deep fried bacon, it has been a trend for a while now:

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Old 08-15-2011, 01:51 PM   #26
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No, not pan fried, but deep fried bacon, it has been a trend for a while now:

*brought to you by the fine makers of Lipitor
I think bypass surgery is going for about $80,000 USD right now.

Let's see....that works out to how much per/pound of deep-fried stuff?

Ha! Live it up! I did! And I have the zipper to prove it!
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Arugula or Timothy's cat lol!
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I think bypass surgery is going for about $80,000 USD right now.

Let's see....that works out to how much per/pound of deep-fried stuff?

Ha! Live it up! I did! And I have the zipper to prove it!
I just snorted Cayenne Tea up my nose from laughter , not cool
My mom calls it her zipper too.

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No, not pan fried, but deep fried bacon, it has been a trend for a while now:

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The Lipitor costs much more per pound...trust me.
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That's why my bets on bacon. If you eat enough, you should stay pretty lubed up!
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