Top Rated Deep Fried Recipes

The one thing that's better than an Oreo and a glass of milk is a deep-fried Oreo with a chocolate drizzle. It might sound crazy, but this recipe shows you how truly easy it really is.  Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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We all know chips and guac taste good together, and this recipe makes the best out of both by deep-frying them together. 
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fried mac and cheese bites
Oftentimes, the best fried food is when you get a nice, gooey surprise when you bite into it, like with these macaroni and cheese bites. This recipe uses a childhood favorite, Kraft Macaroni & Cheese, as the filling, making it easy for you to get a quick fried fix. Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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Fried turkey is the answer to a Thankgiving under the gun. There is no need to wake up at the crack of dawn to put the turkey in the oven. Let that bird brine for 36 hours then pop it in a cauldron of hot fat (outside, of course). And you've got turkey on the table in under 2 hours. It's not just any turkey. It has juicy meat all over, even the breasts. Don't feel guilty about the frying, you probably only eat turkey once a year. Serve it with a healthy array of sides if that makes you feel better. You'll need to invest in an outdoor turkey frying kit.
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This recipe may seem absurd, but it's definitely worth a bite (at least). The rich nougat and caramel filling coated in chocolate that makes a Mars bar takes on a whole new meaning when dredged in a sweetened crust. Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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To make stuffing fritters, simply combine two recipes: your favorite hush puppy recipe and your go-to stuffing recipe. Click here to see Thanksgiving Stuffing Reinvented in 8 New Ways
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Deep Fried Candy Bars
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You no longer have to wait for the state fair to get your deep-fried candy bar fix. Blogger Amy Erickson of Oh Bite It! delivers an indulgent snack, perfect for kids’ parties and cookouts. For an extra kick of chocolate, dust the fried candy bars with unsweetened cocoa powder. Click Here to See More Candy Bar Recipes
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Bradford Thompson's Deep Fried Turkey
You might know James Beard award-winning chef Brad Thompson from the world famous Chef Tailgates he holds just outside of Giants Stadium at every home game. He is also collaborating with Serge Becker to open the eagerly awaited Miss Lily’s on West Houston Street in New York City. When he is not hosting tailgates, Brad, who is passionate about Jamaican cuisine, makes one of the best hot sauces ever.  The addition of hot sauce and BBQ rub truly set his Deep-Fried Turkey apart from the rest. Believe me, this is the only way that you should be making your turkey this Thanksgiving. - Jeff Zalaznick
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Serve these deep-fried brains is you are having zombies over for dinner. 
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As if eating raw cookie dough straight from the package wasn't indulgent enough, someone went and made it even better (and less guilt-ridden, seeing as it's cooked), by deep-frying it. From Taylor Mathis' The Soutern Tailgating Cookbook, these deep-fried cookie dough balls are sure to steal the show, whether at a game or in the comfort of your own home. Click here to see 13 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Fry
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Deep Fried Pigs in a Blanket
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This recipe comes from Executive Chef & former “Top Chef” competitor, Heather Terhune. Her weekend brunch menu at Chicago’s Sable Kitchen & Bar features “Pigs in a Blanket” with house-made sausage links rolled in pancakes on a stick and deep fried, served with house-made bourbon maple syrup for dipping.
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Unlike heavily armored grasshoppers, beetles, and other land anthropods, tarantulas wear an outer layer of chitin that is comparatively thin and pliable. That's right: their eight muscular limbs are chewy, not crunchy. As such, the plentiful meat on one of these animals is more accessible and, hence, the makings for a savory spider soirée. 
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