This tasty treat might stop your heart but it'll seem worth it. There's nothing much better than your favorite candy bar, but trust me there is and favorite candy bar fried. No longer reserved for fairs and carnivals this artery buster can be made right at home.
We all enjoy taking that first bite into our favorite candy bar. If you think the taste couldn't get any better, try frying it.
You Will Need
* Your favorite candy bar
* 4 c. plus 1 tbsp. canola oil
* 1 c. milk
* 1 tsp. baking powder
* 1 c. flour, plus a few tablespoon
* A candy thermometer
* A whisk
Step 1: Chill candy bar
Chill your candy bar for at least 20 minutes in the freezer before frying.
Step 2: Heat oil
Pour 4 cups of oil into a pot and heat until it reaches 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
Step 3: Make batter
Make the batter to coat the candy bar by combining the egg, the remaining tablespoon of oil, and the milk in the mixing bowl.
Step 4: Whisk in remaining ingredients
Whisk in the baking powder and the flour until all the ingredients are mixed together. Refrigerate the batter for a couple of minutes to thicken. Pour a small amount of flour on a plate for dredging.
Step 5: Dip in batter
Dredge the candy bar in flour; then submerge it in the batter. Retrieve it with the tongs.
Make sure the candy bar is fully coated in batter.
Step 6: Place in oil
Carefully lower the candy bar into the oil with the tongs, making sure not to splash. Fry the candy bar for approximately 2 minutes or until it is golden brown.
Step 7: Take out with tongs
Grab the candy bar with your tongs to remove it from the pot and place on the paper towel. Let it cool and enjoy.
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