Tortellini
Tortellini
Deep fried tortellinis will give toasted raviolis a serious run for their money. Deep fry your tortellini until it has a golden brown color, then lightly salt and dip in marinara sauce for a tasty treat. (Photo via kleinworthco.com)
Avocados
Avocados
If you fry your avocados with bread crumbs and add them to a taco dish of some sort, you'll get the perfect addition of a delicious crunchy outside with a still creamy middle. (Photo via foodiecrush.com)
Cookie Dough
Cookie Dough
Get a batch of your favorite cookie dough and fry three to four balls at a time, waiting two minutes for each side until the entire ball is perfectly brown. You'll get a satisfying crunch on the outside and some gooey goodness on the inside! (Photo via sugarhero.com)
Bacon
Bacon
Because why not?! After you deep fry your strips of choice, cook them in the oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. They go great with maple syrup or ranch dressing for dipping! (Photo via virtualcheeseblogger.com)
Corn On The Cob
Corn On The Cob
Once you try dipping your corn on the cob in a deep fryer, your BBQs will never be the same again! (Photo via simplysated.com)
Root Beer Floats
Root Beer Floats
Of course root beer isn't a food; the root beer float taste comes instead from the infusion in the funnel cake in this recipe. A funnel cake is a deep fry must-have, and if you brush it with root beer syrup and add some ice cream on top, you have yourself a deep-fried root beer float! (Photo via sugarhero.com)
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Peanut Butter & Jelly
Create your deep fry batter and dip your sandwich in it, turning it periodically to coat it. Cook for about two minutes per side in the hot oil and your lunch hour is forever changed. (Photo via phantomgourmet.com)
Nutella
Nutella
Say hello to your new addiction! Spread Nutella on your favorite type of bread and then squish it into a ball. You'll end up with a Nutella nugget that is absolutely perfect for deep frying. (Photo via rasoithekitchen.blogspot.com)
Lasagna
Lasagna
Everyone's favorite dish just got a whole lot better. Add the sauce or batter to your favorite lasagna recipe before you bake it in the oven. It adds another perfectly delicious layer to your cheesy dish. (Photo via foodnetwork.com)
Cheesecake
Cheesecake
Cheesecake balls soaked in your favorite deep fry batter will quickly become your newest guilty pleasure. You can always add some strawberries to your recipe to make yourself feel better! (Photo via sugarhero.com)
Watermelon
Watermelon
This is one food you'd never expect to see deep-fried, but here we are! Dip slices of watermelon in your batter before you put them in the deep-frier and you'll end up with a tasty treat that's become a new favorite at state fairs. (Photo via wikihow.com)
Ice Cream
Ice Cream
The perfect mixture of hot and cold! The trick is to completely freeze your ice cream into small balls, at which point you can deep fry it and then serve immediately. (Photo via overtimecook.com)
Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola
Again, it's not technically a food, but you can infuse your favorite cola drink into your deep fryer to make a delicious treat. This creation is essentially your favorite cake ball recipe with Coke added into it. (Photo via foodrepublic.com)
Kool-Aid
Kool-Aid
If you want to feel like a kid in the summer time, you have to try this deep-fried Kool-Aid idea. Make your cake balls and add 1/4 cup of Cherry Kool-Aid mix. The kid inside all of us will thank you. (Photo via boredblogalmighty.com)
Pizza
Pizza
If you're into making your own pizzas or flatbreads, try deep-frying your dough sometime. It's a fun and delicious twist on everyone's favorite food. Be aware, though, that deep-fried crust burns a lot faster than regular crust. Keep that in mind while cooking. (Photo via slice.seriouseats.com)
Creme Eggs
Creme Eggs
Chill your creme eggs in the fridge before you deep fry them. When they're golden, remove with a spoon and let them sit for five minutes. Cut them open and let the gooey goodness ooze out. (Photo via foodnetwork.com)
Spaghetti & Meatballs
Spaghetti & Meatballs
Take your favorite meatball recipe and put this deeply satisfying twist on it. Refrigerate your meatballs and spaghetti overnight. The next day, cut the chilled pasta mixture into squares and insert popsicle sticks into them. Deep fry them for about six to eight minutes or until they're golden and crispy. You'll never want to eat spaghetti another away again. (Photo via bonappetit.com)
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