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In this food tutorial learn a simple recipe for making batter dipped snickers bar.
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Can you read what that says? Guess what I'm going to do to this Snickers bar. We’re going to make a deep fry Snickers Bar for dessert. You can do it Oreo cookies, just run anything you want. But we’re going to take this Snickers bar and we’re just going to make one because if I made three, I’d probably eat more.
Now the Snicker Bar had to go into the freezer. Wouldn’t that make sense? Of course because when we deep fry it, so the time that it’s in the deep fry, we wouldn’t want to see anything melting out of the Snickers bar.
Very simple, so if we make a few of these, you want to serve them on your dessert on your Viennese table, criss cross them, sprinkle a little powdered sugar on them. And just tell your company that you’re serving deep fried Snicker bars.
375 I'm a little below, I’ll let it cool down. But it’s coming up there, just make sure the thermometer is 375. You don’t want to have this in there too long. A nice golden brown, and you’re done.
See on the side you can see it was out a little bit, because I wasn’t paying attention to the thermometer. But just remember how the Snickers bar or anything that can melt in the heat, frozen. And maybe one day I’ll make some deep fried ice cream balls. They’re fun too.
Well this is going to take long, nice golden brown color. And we’re done. Put some little powdered sugar on that, and surprise your guests.