Latest recipes

10 Craziest Foods Ever Deep-Fried (Slideshow)

10 Craziest Foods Ever Deep-Fried (Slideshow)

We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

If it exists, it can be deep-fried

If we’ve learned one thing about food in the past few years, it’s that if it exists, someone will find a way to deep-fry it. The results aren’t always delicious, but they sure are fun.

10 Craziest Foods Ever Deep-Fried

If we’ve learned one thing about food in the past few years, it’s that if it exists, someone will find a way to deep-fry it. The results aren’t always delicious, but they sure are fun.


Yes, you can deep-fry watermelon, even though it’s full of water. An egg-white-based batter works best to keep the finished product light and fluffy; you can find a recipe here.

Cookie Dough

A relatively simple batter, lightened up with some seltzer, can turn balls of cookie dough into a crazy and caloric dessert that’s become a state fair favorite. Here’s a recipe.


The guys behind the aptly-named figured out a way to take deep-fried bacon one step further, by deep-frying Baconnaise, a mayo-based bacon-flavored spread. We can’t imagine this tasting very good.

Corn on the Cob

wikimedia commons

Taking an ear of corn and tossing it into the deep fryer is actually a delicious way to cook it. But you can take it one step further by rolling it in a buttermilk and cornmeal-based coating and deep-frying the whole thing. You can make it yourself, but you can also find it at some barbecue places.


A new state fair favorite. You can wrap it up in phyllo dough and fry it straight, or you can combine it with crumbled chocolate cake, then batter and fry that. The choice is yours, and yours alone!

Cadbury Creme Eggs

It was bound to happen eventually. All it takes is a Cadbury Creme Egg, a simple batter, and a deep-fryer, and all your friends will either love you or hate you.


wikimedia commons

Every state fair seems to be serving deep-fied butter on a stick at this point, mostly because it’s about the unhealthiest-sounding thing ever invented. Butter (up to a whole stick, depending on where you find it) is rolled in cinnamon sugar, battered, and fried, and the end result is, well, crazy.

Bubble Gum

Deep-frying actual bubble gum wouldn’t work very well, but the Texas State Fair sells bubble-gum-flavored marshmallows dipped in bubble-gum-flavored batter, deep fried, and topped with bubble-gum-flavored frosting and mini Chiclets. Apparently, it doesn’t taste too good.

White Castle Burgers

wikimedia commons

Spotted at the Orange County, Calif. Fair, a White Castle slider was dipped in batter, bun and all, and deep-fried. We’re sorry to admit that this actually sounds pretty good.


Found at — where else? — the Texas State Fair, this was also reportedly quite delicious. Salsa is mixed with corn masa, rolled into a ball, then rolled in crushed tortilla chips and deep-fried. Served with queso dip on the side, of course.

10 Weird but Awesome Things to Deep Fry

Deep fried food is comforting, filling, and versatile. Here are ten fried foods that are uncommon, but must be tried. Don’t wait until the next county fair to taste the deliciously greasy treats.
By Annelise McAuliffe

While deep frying is smelly and requires proper disposal of the leftover oil, it is fairly easy to accomplish. Once you have your favorite coating batter nailed down, dip on! An important lesson we have learned from this article: anything you love can be dipped, fried, and taste ten times better. Crisp away.

1. Jelly Beans
Common at the Springfield, Massachusetts fair, plus many others, the flavored beans are mixed in with funnel cake batter and deep fried. The big question is, can you guess the bean flavor once it is fried?

2. Guacamole
This is just like guacamole dip and chips in one round, bite-sized piece. Mix up your seasoned avocado recipe, chill, roll into balls, dip in crushed chips, and fry!

3. Cadbury Cream Egg
If you try this, it will permanently become a new staple on your Easter menu. Unwrap, coat in flour, then batter, and fry. Then comes the hardest part, being able to resist eating all of the eggs at once. They’re salty, and the chocolate is just warm enough to be soft, with an oozing, creamy filling poking its way out in between it all.

4. Beer & Cola
Oil and water do not mix, but you can fry some liquids. Cooking the beer to a syrup form makes it the perfect filling for deep fried pouches of dough. Similarly, cola that is fried can simply be incorporated into a batter, balled, and fried. Try topping them with a splash of the beverage and some whipped cream.

5. Flowers
Whether is is fragrant rose petals, whole orchids, or savory onion or zucchini blossoms this fried food is much lighter than most.

6. Butterballs
Butter fried in oil, what could be better than that? The Texas State Fair has literally destroyed tastebuds with this addictive food. Roll and chill whipped butter, dip in a sweetened batter, fry, and die a little on the inside with each tempting bite.

7. Bacon
Similar to a crispy, fried chicken batter, deep fried bacon is irresistible. There is nothing healthy about it, but if served with gravy it is almost like having a complete meal.

Four Seasons Aviara – An Intimate Southern California Family Getaway

8. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
The favorite cookie, all gooey on the inside and crisp on the outside. So the next time you make cookies, save some of the dough, batter and fry it. You won’t be sorry.

9. Sauerkraut
To keep the balls together, a touch of Russian dressing or cheese is added to the fried delights. For full on satisfaction, serves with bratwurst, either on the side or dare we say, cut and rolled into the batter dipped balls.

10. Tarantulas
So maybe you shouldn’t try this one. Perhaps it be left for your imagination or a dare. However, when it comes to fried bugs, tarantulas are rumored to be the best. Their chitin layer is rather thin so they are not unbearably crunchy and there is plenty of meat on the invertebrates to satisfy hunger. Continue at your own risk.

Mandatory family outings to the Detroit farmers' market and nightly home-cooked meals cultivated Annelise's respect and curiosity for food. A graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, she spends her free time in New York City recipe testing, eating breakfast all day, and dreaming up international culinary adventures.

31 Deep-Fried Treats That You Have to See to Believe

These crazy treats from Carnival Eats — think deep-fried gummy bears, maple-bacon funnel cakes and so much more — may stop your heart.

Related To:

Funnel Cake Cheeseburger

Funnel cake buns sandwiching a bacon cheeseburger? It's wise not to eat this every day.

Peanut Pork Out

Pork shoulder is slow-cooked until fork-tender, then battered, deep-fried and glazed in a peanut chili sauce. There's also a bed of sweet potato fries and a sprinkle of scallions.

Not Yo' Average Nachos

A bed of chip-shaped sopapillas — aka Mexican fried dough — is topped with cinnamon sugar, ice cream, and mozzarella and cheddar cheeses for a weird sweet-and-savory meal.


When the Calzagna hits your eyes like a big lasagna-stuffed pizza pie, that's amore.

Atomic Habanero Tots

These loaded Tater Tots may look normal, but they're topped with ground Kobe beef, wild boar, buffalo, cheddar ale sauce, habanero crema, bacon and even more shredded cheese.

The Big Yum

You won't scream for ice cream when you can have a pretzel cone filled with chili, jalapenos, cheese, tomatoes and sour cream instead.

Deep-Fried Philly Blossom

Fried onion blossoms aren't decadent enough, so top 'em like a cheesesteak with American cheese, cheddar, grilled sirloin and peppers.

Angel and Devil Dogs

Keep both the angel and the devil on your shoulders happy with a maple syrup-doused corn dog and another with savory seasoning.

Sunday Dinner Sundae

Steak and potatoes meets the deep fryer. French fries get a generous portion of steak, cheese sauce, bacon and sour cream for a fully loaded Sunday sundae.

Country Fried Shepherd's Pie

Another classic comfort food gets a deep-fried makeover with ground beef, mashed potatoes and creamed corn croquettes doused in gravy.

The Freshman 15 Fries

Get schooled with shredded smoked rib tips, cheese, barbecue sauce and deep-fried pickles on top of a pile of fries.

Super Stick

This is kind of like inside-out pizza with battered pepperoni and Colby Jack cheese sprinkled with Parmesan.

Burger Bomb Pretzel

Can't decide between a burger, a soft pretzel and breakfast? Eat it all! This beef-stuffed pretzel is fried and topped with an egg.

Bird Dog

You ain't nothin' but a bird dog, fryin' all the time. A thick piece of chicken — swimming in cheese sauce and crispy bacon — overflows from a hot dog bun.

Breakfast on a Stick

Eat corn dogs for breakfast with sausage wrapped in fried pancake batter. Bonus: The icing on top makes it look like waffles.

Hillbilly Hamburger

This would be crazy on its own, because of the double elk patties and hot dogs stacked on top of each other, but then they added deep-fried potato salad. Whoa.

Green Goddess

Don't let the green in the name fool you, because this dish isn't healthy. Deep-fried artichoke hearts with green goddess dressing should be your vegetable of choice, though.

Churro Dog

If you've ever wanted to have Thanksgiving dinner on a stick, your dreams are about to come true. This
deep-fried turkey and cranberry concoction is as festive as it gets.

Fiesta Funnel Cake

Move over, sweet treats, because this funnel cake is bringing the party. Jalapeno-spiked salsa con queso coats every nook and cranny of the deep-fried delight.

Rocking Rolls

This may look like a normal egg roll, but it's really stuffed with oysters and shrimp, then coated in bechamel sauce.

Deep-Fried Pastrami Pizza

What's better than regular ol' wood-fired pizza? Deep-fried crust. Topped with pastrami, it's like your favorite deli sandwich and a slice at once.

Chicken-Fried Bacon

Yes, you can make bacon even tastier if you treat it like fried chicken.

Cowboy Pistolette

American cheese, sausage and green chiles all melt together inside this ball of dough, and it will satisfy any cowboy or cowgirl.

Party Eggs

Scotch eggs are hard-boiled eggs covered in pork sausage, and they can liven up any party. Think of this dish as the most-portable breakfast, lunch or dinner ever.

Deep-Fried Ice Cream Sandwich

We'd stop the world and melt with this deep-fried treat, but somehow the ice cream stays cold when the sandwich hits the fryer. It's magic.

Deep-Fried Gummy Bear

This giant gummy bear tastes like a jelly doughnut, thanks to the cakelike outside, and eating the head first, like you did as a kid, is optional.

Deep-Fried Butter

Everything's better with butter, especially when it's the star of the show. There's no turning back after eating this one.

Pulled Pork Doughnut Sandwich

What happens when you take two deep-fried doughnuts and stuff them with pulled pork, cheese and fried pickles? Something amazing (and maybe a heart attack).

Fried Pierogi With Bacon and Cheese

Typical pierogi are sauteed with butter and onions, but these pillowy potato dumplings get a deep-fried upgrade before being topped with bacon, cheese, scallions and sour cream.

Fries with Deep-Fried Lobster

French fries are great, but they're not wholly satisfying until they're topped with deep-fried lobster.

Deep-Fried Philly Cheesesteak

Who cares if it's "wit" or "witout" if it's deep-fried? The Philly classic looks more like a giant egg roll at the carnival.

More Fried Goodness

Catch more irresistible fair desserts –– and watch host Noah Cappe try them all –– on Cooking Channel's Carnival Eats.

"Melt-in-your-mouth delicious! You can also use Twinkies instead of Snickers and use the same directions."

© 2021 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates.

Share this recipe:

No Results

Hey There!

Looking for one of your favorite recipes? You'll notice that Recipe Box is now called SAVES and your recipes are organized in COLLECTIONS.

Plus, all of your private notes can now be found directly on the recipe page under the directions.

As Selim was up for a fresh challenge, we dared him to help us come up with a new battered and deep-fried national dish for Scotland.

We suggested 12 snacks for deep frying, and recruited three volunteers to taste-test them. The rules: Each person had to try at least one bite of each dish (no matter how odd) and then rate it out of 10. We'd then add up the scores to find a Mars-bar-beating winner.

Selim, who's a damn good sport as well as the chip-wrapping world record holder, agreed to add the winning snack to the Café Piccante menu, no matter what it was. "I really hope it's something I can actually sell," he said.


  • 3 cups packed light brown sugar (about 1 1/4 pounds)
  • 1 ½ cups Dijon mustard
  • ¼ cup plus 2 tablespoons salt
  • 2 tablespoons cayenne pepper
  • 2 gallons cold water
  • 1 bunch of thyme
  • 1 head of garlic (separated into cloves and crushed)
  • 12 pounds turkey
  • 2 ½ gallons vegetable oil

In a large stockpot, whisk the brown sugar with the mustard, salt and cayenne. Gradually whisk in the water, then add the thyme and garlic. Add the turkey, cover and brine in the refrigerator for 35 hours.

In a turkey fryer or an 18-quart or larger stockpot, bring the oil to 400° this can take up to an hour. Remove the turkey from the brine and pat it dry inside and out with paper towels. Transfer the turkey to a frying basket, breast side up.

Lower the turkey into the hot oil and fry for 3 minutes per pound, 36 minutes. Lift the basket out of the fryer and drain the turkey on a rack set over a rimmed baking sheet for 15 minutes. Carve and serve.

11 of the Most Extreme Junk Foods Ever Created

It should come as no surprise that National Junk Food Day is traditionally celebrated on July 21—smack dab in the middle of the dog days of summer, when the streets run thick with ice cream trucks and county fairs boast the kind of fried treats that can only be described as “awesome” (both in the modern sense and the more dated whoa, we are in awe of that usage). But National Junk Food Day shouldn’t be celebrated with commonplace junk food oh, no, it deserves something far bigger and better. So save your potato chips and chocolate bars for another day, and get ready to try some truly wild treats.



Perhaps the most unexpectedly clever way to create a new extreme junk food item is to turn a non-junky foodstuff into something that just oozes calories and decadence. Fried chicken giant KFC knew that—and played it up to major effect—when they introduced the KFC Double Down to America back in 2010. The sandwich foregoes the most traditional aspect of any sandwich (the bread!) and substitutes two fried chicken filets. In between the two pieces of chicken? Bacon, two different kinds of cheese, and the Colonel’s “secret sauce.” There’s no room for a bun here, folks.


We may associate items like fast food pizza and hot dog-stuffed anything with all-American palates, but cheesy juggernaut Pizza Hut saw things a bit differently. In 2012, the chain introduced a pizza with a hot dog-stuffed crust to our neighbors across the pond, treating their UK customers to the kind of taste sensation some people might have had literal nightmares about. Is it a pizza? Is it a hot dog? Somehow, it’s both—and yet something much more.



Once again, a wily restaurant chain took a normal food item—in this case, a hamburger—and amped up its junk factor by doing away with something as commonplace as buns, in favor of an entirely different (and, yes, very junky) item. In 2010, Friendly’s rolled out its very own spin on the Double Down, slamming a regular old burger between not one, but two grilled cheese sandwiches. Who needs buns when you can have four pieces of bread, gooey cheese, and unfathomable amounts of butter?


Whiz-bang chef Guy Fieri has long drawn ire for his more wild culinary creations, but what sets his cuisine apart from that of other junk food aficionados is his steadfast dedication to the key elements of any extreme item: size and odd combinations. Fieri’s “Guy's Cheesecake Challenge” is currently on the menu of his Vegas Kitchen and Bar, but it’s easy enough to replicate at home: Just halve a cheesecake, throw it on a plate, and douse liberally with hot fudge, pretzels, and potato chips. (What, no bacon?)



In August 2010, Denny’s introduced the Fried Cheese Melt, a grilled cheese sandwich stuffed with fried mozzarella sticks. Yes, it was served with both French fries and a side of marinara sauce, because it’s important to eat vegetables with every meal.


Dunkin' Donuts

If you’ve ever hit up your local Dunkin' Donuts for breakfast and found yourself stumped when it came time to decide if you wanted a donut or a breakfast sandwich to get your morning motor revving, Dunkin' Donuts came up with a brilliant culinary brainstorm in 2013: The fast food favorite unveiled a breakfast sandwich that used glazed donuts as “bread,” wrapped around bacon and peppered egg.


What Jack’s Munchie Meals lack in creativity, they more than make up for in pure, unadulterated size and content. Each Munchie Meal—there are four total—features a massive sandwich (from the Stacked Grilled Cheese Burger to the Spicy Nacho Chicken Sandwich, and all sorts of wild fried things in between) accompanied with two beef tacos, “Halfsies” (a combo of fries and curly fries), and a 20-ounce fountain drink. These intense snack boxes are still available at most Jack in the Box locations, but you’ll have to wait until after 9 p.m. to procure your very own.


Apparently, there’s nothing that Pizza Hut loves more than using its crust as a delivery system for other junk food items. The hut that pizza built may have crammed hot dogs and hamburgers on to their pie sides, but there was something special about the Cheesy Bites Remix pizza. It featured fried cheese pockets stuffed with three different varieties of extra junk, from spicy seasoning to cream cheese and sesame to mozzarella and parmesan.


County and state fairs have long been hotbeds (sizzling, oily hotbeds) of wild, deep-frying invention. Dunking things in batter and then tossing them into a vat of oil is a nifty way to turn almost anything into a delicious crisp pocket of junky decadence, perfect for utensil-free eating—but that doesn’t mean that everything needs to get the deep-fried treatment. While deep-fried Oreos may be a stroke of brilliance, deep fried butter is just plain madness. Here’s a quick test: If you wouldn’t eat something if it weren’t deep-fried, don’t eat it if it is deep-fried. When was the last time you ate an entire stick of butter? See? Point proven.


Kristen Rolfzen/Pinterest

Not content to have a bacon sandwich between two chicken filets? Is a grilled cheese bun replacement not for you? Then try making your very own hamburger buns out of bacon. Carbs are bad for you, right?


The Florida State Fair is the proud home of the first fried ice cream sandwich, a junky treat that bears a name that doesn’t even begin to explain what it holds between its buns. It’s not a fried ice cream sandwich so much as a bacon cheeseburger (technically a sandwich) topped with a ball of fried ice cream. It might be a good meal for multi-taskers—no need to worry about dessert—but it doesn’t sound like the kind of thing good for anything else.

We found at least 10 Websites Listing below when search with things to deep fry on Search Engine

23 Foods You Need To Deep-Fry Immediately DA: 8 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 58

  • Combining two high-fat foods was a good idea
  • Deep-frying the result is an even better one

Deep Frying Recipes : Food Network Food Network DA: 19 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 39

  • Aaron Sanchez reveals the best fried thing he ever ate: fried Brussels sprouts from Michael Symon's Lolita restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio
  • These Brussels sprouts are fried and topped with a warm

Deep Fried Main Dish Recipes Allrecipes DA: 18 PA: 35 MOZ Rank: 55

Yummy, highly seasoned steak nuggets, deep fried and served with Ranch dressing -- just like in the fast food joints in Idaho in the '70's! I missed these so much that I kept playing with the ingredients until I finally came up with this perfect re-creation of the real thing.

The Most Delicious Foods to Dunk in a Deep Fryer DA: 14 PA: 43 MOZ Rank: 60

There are of course the standard fried foods that are so prevalent in fast food, such as French fries and fried chicken, but many cultures and cuisines enjoy …

Deep Fried Foods: 17 of the Best Deep Fried Recipes

  • Imagine life without deep fried golden crispy chicken, perfect fries, crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and delicately panko crusted tempura
  • Whether you're after comfort food snacks or elegant appetizer ideas, entrees or desserts, the deep frier

Best Deep-Fried Foods Southern Living

  • “My favorite is Chicken-Fried Steak
  • It has the crunchiest coating (courtesy of crushed saltine crackers!), and the ground red pepper adds a nice kick
  • I also like that it calls for peanut oila bit more expensive than other oils, but a heart-healthy choice for frying.” …

19 Awesome Foods You Need To Deep Fry Right This Second

  • It's almost too good to be true, but fried ice cream is finally a reality
  • There's something heavenly about eating a hot, crunchy, deep fried coating around creamy, frozen ice cream mainly because it's a damn dream come true

30 Fried Foods You Need To Try Before You Die DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 71

  • You can use any cut of pickles — slices or spears — but opt for a tangy, super-crunchy dill pickle, beer battered and sprinkled with bread crumbs, then deep fried seriously, you'll never look back
  • Even better, they're perfect for dipping in the same …

The Most Ridiculous Deep Fried Foods From America's State

In researching this, some potential entries we rejected outright ("deep fried eggs on a stick" are just re-branded Scotch Eggs, dammit), some we had to cut for space issues (seriously, we could do three of these goddamn things just on fried foods alone), and some gave us complicated feelings, torn between desire and revulsion.

20 Things You Didn't Know You Could Deep Fry

  • And since this is the 21st century, you can surprisingly deep fry just about anything your heart desires
  • Sure, fried food isn't the best thing for your body, but it sure does make everyone's day better
  • Now that I know what all there is to deep fry out there, I know what I want on the top of my Christmas list this year

10 Weird but Awesome Things to Deep Fry

  • Deep fried food is comforting, filling, and versatile
  • Here are ten fried foods that are uncommon, but must be tried
  • Don’t wait until the next county fair to taste the deliciously greasy treats
  • While deep frying is smelly and requires proper disposal of the leftover oil, it is fairly easy to accomplish.

7 Tips for Deep-Frying: How to Get the Crispiest Food Ever

  • So here are seven tips to help you make crispy, deep-fried foods at home, and be safe while doing it
  • Make Crispy Deep-Fried French Fries at Home
  • Be Safe! When it comes to deep-frying, safety is paramount
  • Whether you use a countertop deep-fryer or a Dutch oven, a large container of boiling oil can be a dangerous thing.

18 Things to deep fry ideas recipes, food, cooking recipes DA: 17 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 61

  • Deep-Fry Chefs Keep It Hot And Poppin' In Texas You might think that there ain't much that hasn't hit the fry grease at the State Fair of Texas
  • And yet, every year, fry masters come up with something new to batter and deep fry
  • Cheddar Cheese Curds Cheese Fries

15 Delicious Foods You Can Deep Fry And Make Yummier

  • These 15 foods you can deep fry are truly going to blow your mind
  • Do you think you will seek out or even make any of these foods on your own? …

10 Craziest Foods Ever Deep-Fried

  • 10 Craziest Foods Ever Deep-Fried (Slideshow) While it might sound relatively easy to deep-fry something, it’s not always as easy as dropping something into hot oil
  • The moisture content of the food needs to be taken into account (the batter can slide right off if it’s too wet), as does the temperature of the oil.

20 Crispy, Salty, Just-Greasy-Enough Fried Foods We Love DA: 19 PA: 19 MOZ Rank: 53

  • Deep-frying requires a little equipment and some practice with the right techniques, but the reward for your effort is a whole world of culinary possibilities, from crispy-outside, tender-inside Buffalo wings to moist and light falafel, meaty fried chicken sandwiches (made with just five ingredients) to fried artichokes brightened up with a squeeze of lemon
  • Here are 20 delicious recipes to

How to Deep Fry at Home With Confidence I Taste of Home DA: 19 PA: 49 MOZ Rank: 84

  • For most deep-fried recipes, you’ll want to heat your oil to around 375 degrees
  • If you’re wondering how do you know when oil is ready to deep fry, it’s reached its mark when the oil starts to shimmer, giving off visible waves of heat
  • For total accuracy, use a frying

Deep Fried Party Snacks : 9 Steps (with Pictures

  • Cheese stick are probably the trickiest of deep fried foods to make
  • Mozzarella has a tenancy to liquefy (see the pictures below)
  • First cut the cheese into 1/2 inch (12mm) square sticks about 3 inches (75mm) long
  • Stack them loosely on a plate and put them in the freezer for at least half an hour.

Top Ten Things to Deep Fry in Tempura Batter DA: 14 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 82

  • Here are some of my favorite foods to deep fry in tempura batter: 1
  • Drench them in sweet sauce for traditional sweet and sour chicken
  • Serve with french fries and tartar sauce on some old newspaper for traditional fish and chips! 3

Batter and Breading Basics for Frying The Food Lab DA: 19 PA: 38 MOZ Rank: 76

  • Foods are immediately dipped and fried briefly
  • High surface area means lots of crunchy bits
  • Low-protein batter means less browning, allowing flavor of delicate foods, like vegetables or shrimp, to come through
  • Cons: Difficult to mix batter correctly (it's very easy to over- or under-mix

Frying Guide: How to Deep Fry Food DA: 17 PA: 46 MOZ Rank: 83

  • Fact: Fried food is delicious, which has a lot to do with the air fryer’s recent surge in popularity
  • But when only true deep frying will do, here’s your guide to making fried food like a pro—with help from the mozzarella stick masters at Big Mozz.
  • Great things can come from test batches in home kitchens.Take for example, crunchy, gooey, deep-fried-and-oversized mozzarella sticks.

How to Deep-Fry Food Without Making a Hot Mess Allrecipes DA: 18 PA: 21 MOZ Rank: 60

  • 1) Use a deep, wide pot like a stockpot (or a dedicated deep-fryer) and enough oil to submerge the food you'll be frying
  • But leave at least 4 inches between the top of the oil and the lip of the pot to avoid spillovers and reduce splatters
  • A wok with long sloping sides also works great for deep-frying.

Delicious Deep Fried Snack Recipes DA: 15 PA: 6 MOZ Rank: 43

Get the recipe: us out on Facebook! -

97 Deep Fry Party ideas food, recipes, yummy food DA: 17 PA: 30 MOZ Rank: 70

  • Nov 4, 2018 - Move over fondue party..ideas for hosting a deep fry party!
  • See more ideas about food, recipes, yummy food.

How To Deep Fry Food • Just One Cookbook

  • How To Deep Fry Foods: Step 1 – Add Oil in Fryer
  • Add oil in your fryer and do not put more than halfway full
  • Start heating the oil to 340-350F
  • Method 1: Put a chopstick in the oil, and if you see bubbles start to appear around the chopstick, it’s ready for deep frying.

Top 10 Tastiest Deep Fried Foods DA: 15 PA: 6 MOZ Rank: 46

Top 10 Deep Fried FoodsSubscribe:, chicken, potatoes, and doughnuts are great as is– but we can’t deny how much better they taste de

Can You Put Frozen Things in a Deep Fryer

  • The best kinds of frozen foods to deep fry are ones that are coated
  • Typically, frozen foods that are coated in a bread batter do best, since you can use an extremely high oil temperature without the risk of the oil seeping into the food.

40 Deep-Fried Recipes To Recreate the Most Delicious State DA: 11 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 88

  • We go for the iconic fair foods, all gloriously deep-fried and full of flavor, whether sweet (hello, fried Oreos), salty (say no more, fried macaroni and cheese), or something else entirely

Can you Deep Fry Things in butter

  • You do not want to deep fry at a temperature higher than an oil’s smoke point
  • On top of dissipating, it may cause bad chemical reactions with foods
  • This will surely ruin the experience one way or another
  • Butter’s smoke point is typically about 302° F
  • A deep fryer reaches up to 375° F.

7 Tips on How to Deep-Fry Without a Fryer MyRecipes DA: 17 PA: 32 MOZ Rank: 78

  • Deep-fried things are delicious
  • You bread something and cook it in hot oil for a while and you have an instant American state fair classic, like deep-fried Oreos or funnel cake.By fairgrounds and concession stands have an advantage that many home cooks don't, and …

How to Deep Fry in a Pot or Saucepan

  • Things you’ll need to Deep Fry without a Deep Fryer
  • Before we get into the step by step instructions on how to deep fry with a sauce/pot, lets cover some of the things you may need or simply want to make the process as easy as possible
  • Heating Source: Usually this will …

Fried Oreos, Fried Twinkies Snickers Cookie Dough Balls DA: 15 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 96

I love love LOVE fair foods and of course I’ve tried fried Oreos and Twinkies before, I enjoyed them and they were super fun to make at home, but I have to say the COOKIE DOUGH blew …

8 Fun Things to Fry on National Tempura Day Bon Appétit DA: 18 PA: 50 MOZ Rank: 100

Pickles: Deep-frying sour things is a good way to go--a whole Kosher dill might be a bit much for the batter to deal with though, so you're better off slicing it into …

10 Awesome Venison Recipes for Deer Hunters

I’ll give you the top three reasons I deer hunt. Backstrap. Tenderloin. And backstrap. Food — that’s the main reason we hunt, right? It is for me and many hunters that I know. I’m not saying you shouldn’t hunt for fun or to be with family and friends. Those are excellent reasons, too. But I just can’t ever seem to get the thought of pan-seared backstrap smothered in gravy out of my mind.

And from all of the recipes he cranks out, neither can Timber2Table’s Michael Pendley. He reveals two new recipes each week and they’re always hard on the appetite and easy on the taste buds. Here are my 10 favorite Timber2Table recipes for venison.

1 | Deep-Fried BBQ Venison and Cheese Pockets

Having some people over? Need a plate of good finger foods? Try the deep-fried BBQ venison and cheese pockets. These taste great and are perfect for watching the ball game, a snack or a full-blown meal for that matter.

The 25 Best Things to Cook in an Air Fryer

You don't really need an air fryer, but if you've got one, this is what you should cook first.

Air fryers have suddenly found their place on a number of home kitchen counters. The appliance uses convection plus high circulation &ndash effectively a small oven with increased air flow &ndash to achieve, ideally, the crispy exterior of deep-fried food without the fat content. Really, air fryers are just tabletop convection ovens with a buzz-worthy name, but the countertop gadget works well for any dish that would usually be cooked in an oven or on the stovetop, without producing as much residual heat in your home (plus, preheat times are much lower). Here are 25 things to cook if you've got an air fryer.

French Fries

French fries are arguably the most popular thing to cook in an air fryer. Air fryers use a fraction of the oil as deep-frying, and making French fries in them result in an appreciably crisp exterior and fluffy inside without the greasiness.

Brussels Sprouts

The key to making Brussels sprouts a tasty treat is to get them crispy and top them off with Parmesan cheese, which, to be fair, could be said about most things.

Cauliflower Tots

So you really want to get healthy with your deep-fried potato snacks? Swap out the potatoes for cauliflower, which will give the same crumbly texture of tater tots, and you'll consume fewer carbs and less fat.

Bloomin' Onion

Outback, the non-Australian Australian steakhouse, is probably better known for its deep-fried Bloomin' Onion than it is for the steak.

Fish & Chips

A whole meal consisting of deep-fried foods is probably not the healthiest choice, but it's pretty delicious. Cooking the meal in an air fryer results in crispy, flaky fish and crunchy fries, minus the swim in the fryer.


The recipe from SimplyScratch results is for an everything bagel, but you can adjust the seasonings, or neglect them entirely, to suit your tastes. Air frying a bagel results in a chewy bagel with a crackly exterior.

Chicken Wings

Take-out wings are good in theory, but in practice they always show up soggy. Besides, these wings are done in about 20 minutes, probably less time than it takes for takeout to show up at your door (and your home won't smell like heart burn days after cooking).


Empanadas are typically fried or baked. These tiny protein-packed treats can be filled with almost anything from savory meats to sweet fruit jams. These empanadas have a flaky outer layer, and the filling is an umami-packed beef mixture.


Salmon isn't difficult to cook, but the air fryer, which circulates hot air around the salmon so it remains moisture, makes it marginally easier.


You won't get the same char on your patties as you would from cooking on cast iron, but an air fryer will drastically reduce the amount of fat associated with a burger.


Falafel is one of the most underrated foods out there. When fried correctly, they shouldn't be greasy, but they're deep-fried nonetheless. Air frying retains all the wonderful aspects of falafel, which works well in a pita or over a bed of rice.

Roast Beef

Try making roast beef in an air fryer for your Sunday roasts. Season a hunk of beef and give it just over an hour in the air fryer for a succulent, medium-rare meat.

Macaroni and Cheese

Making macaroni and cheese in an air fryer is just as easy as making the boxed stuff, just without the neon cheese dust. And unlike stovetop mac and cheese, there's no need to boil the pasta separately.

"Rotisserie" Chicken

It's not exactly rotisserie chicken as it's not rotating on a spit, but the air fryer can produce a similar whole-cooked chicken in less time than it takes to get in and out of a Costco.

Turkey Breast

You won't be able to fit a whole turkey into an air fryer, but you can at least cook its breast to juicy perfection.


Spare your stovetop from grease splatter and cook your bacon strips in an air fryer. There's no need to preheat the device, so you'll come out with crispy bacon in seven to 11 minutes.


Roasted chickpeas are some of the best snacks out there. They take on the flavor of whatever seasoning you use, so feel free to get crazy with your spice blends. Pop a can of chickpeas and heat them in the air fryer for a crispy snack in about 15 minutes.

Whole Eggs

These aren't exactly hard-boiled eggs as they aren't boiled, but popping whole eggs into the air fryer results in the same finished product. There's no water required, and you can adjust the egg's cook time depending on how runny you want your yolks.


Listen, you're already taking the easy route with an air fryer, so you might as well cheat your way to donuts. Buy some frozen pre-made biscuit dough and "fry" up a baker's dozen of sweet donuts.

Apple Chips

Health food grocery stores are hawking three-ounce bags of apple chips for like $5. Make your own in an air fryer for a fraction of the price. They're the perfect sweet alternative to potato chips.

Pop Tarts

Skip the boxed Pop Tarts of your youth for a fresh batch you make yourself. Prep time is about 40 minutes, but at least you know every ingredient going into the sweet treat. Bonus: they're vegan.

Mozzarella Sticks

I've never met a mozzarella stick I didn't like. Cheese? Good. Breadcrumbs? Good. Grease? Good, but not good for you. Air fryers and fried foods go together like mozzarella sticks and marinara sauce.

Get perfectly crispy tofu from your air fryer by making sure you use the extra-firm variety. No wobbly beige cubes here.


Schnitzel is as satisfying as it is easy to make. Pound some sirloin steaks thin, bread and fry. They're so thin and tender you could probably cut through them with a fork. Even though they're not deep-fried, don't forget to squeeze some lemon over your schnitzel for an acidic bite.


Listen, this steak recipe is a last resort if you just really need to have a steak and don't want to bother with the cast iron. Try at your risk, and don't waste your best cuts with this recipe.