I picked up a deep  fryer a little while back to try some amazing French Fries.  Since then I have used it a few times.  Each time the wrath from my wife about the smell grew larger. This time I have decided to cook outside.  It was a nice day so why not.

What will you need today?

  • whisk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 cup of milk
  • a dash of baking powder
  • a smidge of salt
  • Oreos or knock offs
  • deep fryer

Before we get too far, turn your deep fryer on to 375.

Start off with tossing the egg, flour, milk, baking powder and salt into a bowl.

Whisk it up.

Once it has whisked up, it is time to drop the needle. Or the Oreo.

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Flip it around like French Toast and get it all covered in batter.

Drop a few into your hot fryer.  As you turn them around every few moments make sure they don’t stick to the bottom of your fryer basket.

As they are done you can set them on a drying rack to dry and to let the excess oil drip off.

Then get yourself a pretty old and vintage or even retro plate and place the deep fried Oreos on it. Stage them to look like you just tossed them on the plate but really you spent about 15 minutes and shoo’d your kids from touching them while getting the perfect shot.

Who am I kidding. This is the perfect shot.

You want to know they tasted? Well, there are none left.  That should tell you that they were awesome!