Saturday, April 12, 2014


Okay, for those having zero tolerance to sweet stuff, look away. This week recipe is bound to scare the shit out of you, you’ll be begging for mercy just from knowing what it is.

Ever watch a television show on travel channel that covers the food of a state fair in the US? Some of you might actually have a clue of what I’m talking about here. Fuck yes; it’s the deep fried food. And this time, let me take you and your taste palate to a journey of self-discovery. A trip of a lifetime in search of the meaning of life; flying right through the Cosmos.


This ain’t NGC. Sorry Neil, I’m not stealing your thunder here ;P

Anyway, I’m calling this week recipe a theme rather than a specific name. 

Welcome to SUGAR HEAVEN 99.

Y’all won’t be ready for this, so let’s just get on with it!

You will need:

1 Pack of Oreo. I think this consisted of 12 piece of cookie. Go for your favorite flavor. As you can see here, I got me some Double Stuf
1 pack of Snickers.
Enough oil for frying

For the batter

1 ½ cup of All Purpose Flour
½ tsp of Salt
1 Egg
1 cup of plain Milk. COLD
1 tsp of Baking Powder
1 ½ tbsp of Sugar

So you think you can handle this? Are you sure? Well, if you said so

Ready? Here We Go!

Step 1 – Unwrap both the Oreos and the Snickers from the packaging, and let it freeze inside the freezer for at least 3-4 hours. Best if its left overnight. Without freezing, the cookie and the chocolate bar will melt uncontrollably. And we don’t want that. We wanna do this in a very strictly controlled condition! (that sounded WAAAY too militarized lol). Leave them inside the freezer until just before frying. Oh yes, no picture. Y'all know what 'Unwrap' means right?

Step 2 – Mix your egg and milk. On a separate bowl, combine the flour, salt, baking powder, and sugar. Stir to combine. Pour the egg/milk mixture to the flour mix, and stir vigorously to ensure there are no lumps. Legend has it that the better had to be cold to ensure it is crisp. But I’ve yet to find this kind of batter that turn out crisp after frying. This batter will turn out a little crisp, but mostly cakey.

Egg goes together with milk. (that almost sounded like a porno pun LOL)
Stir to combine
Baking Powder
Stir, Stir, STIR!
Wet x Dry
Right consistency!
Step 3 – Heat your oil, highest heat you can afford. We’re utilizing flash frying method, in which the cooking time will be as little as a minute or so.

Step 4 – Dunk your Oreos and Snickers to the batter, and coat it evenly. Just before frying, let the excess batter drip down. We don’t want too much excess on the pan. Too much Excess => Burnt Excess => will probably ruin the remaining batch.

A lil' bit of skinny dipping

Step 5 – FRY THE BASTARDS!!! Do them in batches to avoid the temperature dropping. Just fry them long enough so the batter will turn golden brown. This will take about 30 seconds per side for both Oreo and Snickers. After it turns golden brown, pick ‘em up and let it drain over a paper towel. Remember, cooking time WILL vary. Trust your sight and instinct!

Initial drop
Joined by the comrades
Right after the flip
All done
And no, i did not forget about the Snickers x). This one took about 20 seconds on each side. Snickers are more prone to melting.

Step 6 – SERVE!

Um, mom, dad, i'm sorry for ever recreating this recipe in our kitchen, but this thing IS SO DAMN GOOD

I would describe it as a surprise of a texture more than the taste. The Oreo is especially gooey and creamy after frying. Snickers had its chocolate layer melted, while the caramel gets even more gooey and warm, creating this new eating experience.

Okay, i'm serious now, please eat this sparingly. This recipe is known to induce Diabetes and Heart Attack if you eat it recklessly. But if you're the daring one.


Okay, last one



1 comment:

  1. Udah nyoba bikin dan SUMPAHINIENAKBANGETGILAK! Nggak perlu nunggu Big Box PHD lagi :))