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Deep-Fried S’mores

I’ve come up with something that combines my love of making food (or things you eat) with my penchant for ridiculous.  That’s right, I’m talking about deep-fried s’mores.  S’mores have been a campfire tradition ever since somebody discovered that chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers are made for each other.  The only thing missing was the bucket of grease.

You’ll need:

4 eggs, separated
1/8 cup flour
8 graham cracker squares (4 whole graham crackers if they’re double-longs), crushed to crumbs
1/4 tsp salt

30 marshmallows
Hershey’s milk chocolate broken up into small pieces (I bought a large bar of it, broke it into the individual stamped pieces, and broke each of those in half)

Start by taking a knife and cutting a pouch in the center of each marshmallow.  This will reduce how much the marshmallow expands in the frier, and it makes room for the chocolate.  Next stuff them all with the chocolate.  Put your stuffed marshmallows in a freezer bag and freeze them.  If they’re not cold, this will not work.

Separate your eggs.  With a fork, mix the yolks with the flour, graham cracker crumbs, and salt.  It becomes a disgusting yellow paste.  Next beat the egg whites until they’re reasonably foamy, but still a mixable liquid.  Then beat them into the disgusting yellow paste tadalafil otc.  Blend well.

Make sure you make the batter right before frying, because you want it to be room temperature, but you don’t want to leave it out.

Fire up your frier.  Do a couple of test s’mores by themselves to get the hang of it.  Coat a stuff marshmallow in batter and put it in the frier.  They’re very easy to turn over (if you don’t have a frier cage).  If you can see any white marshmallow coming out of the batter at all, it’s done and you need to get it out of there right away.

Let them cool for about a minute, and then enjoy.

This dessert is truly ridiculous.

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