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Why would you fry an Apple Pie?

In the American South, EVERYTHING gets fried. 

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wetsroosa said

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Why would you fry an Apple Pie?

In the American South, EVERYTHING gets fried. 

Yep, I made the same statement 2 posts above yours. It is the truth! Fried pickles and fried green beans are good. And don't forget the side of fried green tomatoes. I'm not too fond of fried turkey. Guess I won't have to worry about blowing my house up while trying to fry one.

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^^ Reminds me of when we were talking about county fair food a few weeks ago.

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Why would you want to fry Apple Pie even if you do so to most other things? Sounds revolting. Whatever next, fried Cornflakes for your breakfast? 

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Why would you eat a fried pizza MMM? Pizza alone is greasy enough. 

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True but fried pizza doesn't sound revolting and you wouldn't serve it with ice cream. However the Scots fry mars bars, cream eggs and anything else that will quadruple the heart-rate and lower life expectancy by a third. 

I wouldn't eat a fried yogurt or fried peach melba. Truth be told i now dont eat fried pizza as the last time i would have been able to fill a large jar with the amount of grease that came with it. 

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It only sounds revolting to me because I am tired of pizza and can't imagine it being fried. I could see people serving it with ice cream, as people serve ice cream with pizza a lot of times at parties.  

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meanmistermustard said

I wouldn't eat a fried yogurt or fried peach melba.

I'm sensing next year's county fare is being concocted as we speak.

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This thread is actually making me feel sick. A pizza alones has upward 15 gr of fat in it, if you fry it as well, god I daren't think. And fried apple pie? I really love any kind of pie, but pastry in batter? I was about to have my lunch but I really don't feel hungry now.

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I've discovered that the best thing to do is make your own type pizza (pitta bread does a good enough job). Cuts out a lot of the extra's shoved in by the packaged companies to make them last for months.

Fried pizza is lovely but you need, like, a bottle of mouthwash or lots of chewing gum to get the grease taste out. Never go for a pizza crunch. A fried pizza is a pizza deep-fried, a pizza crunch is a deep-fried pizza in batter, if you ever want to know what a heart-attack feels like this will ape the symptoms, especially if you have it with chips. It's so damn lethal it comes in 1/4, 1/2 and full size portions.

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meanmistermustard said
Why would you want to fry Apple Pie even if you do so to most other things? Sounds revolting. Whatever next, fried Cornflakes for your breakfast? 

Fried apple pies are actually very good. Perhaps you are thinking about taking a slice of apple pie and then frying it like the guy in the pizza video did with the half of a pizza. It is a bit of a different approach to make fried apple pies.

BTW, what did he squirt and shake onto the fried pizza before cutting it up in the box?

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 This is the one McDonalds had:

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Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said
Why would you want to fry Apple Pie even if you do so to most other things? Sounds revolting. Whatever next, fried Cornflakes for your breakfast? 

Fried apple pies are actually very good. Perhaps you are thinking about taking a slice of apple pie and then frying it like the guy in the pizza video did with the half of a pizza. It is a bit of a different approach to make fried apple pies.

BTW, what did he squirt and shake onto the fried pizza before cutting it up in the box?

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 This is the one McDonalds had:

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They add cinnamon to it too. It is actually pretty good. 

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meanmistermustard said

I've discovered that the best thing to do is make your own type pizza (pitta bread does a good enough job). Cuts out a lot of the extra's shoved in by the packaged companies to make them last for months.

Fried pizza is lovely but you need, like, a bottle of mouthwash or lots of chewing gum to get the grease taste out. Never go for a pizza crunch. A fried pizza is a pizza deep-fried, a pizza crunch is a deep-fried pizza in batter, if you ever want to know what a heart-attack feels like this will ape the symptoms, especially if you have it with chips. It's so damn lethal it comes in 1/4, 1/2 and full size portions.

 

 

It reminds me of a over sized Hot Pocket. 

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Ahhh Girl said

meanmistermustard said
Why would you want to fry Apple Pie even if you do so to most other things? Sounds revolting. Whatever next, fried Cornflakes for your breakfast? 

Fried apple pies are actually very good. Perhaps you are thinking about taking a slice of apple pie and then frying it like the guy in the pizza video did with the half of a pizza. It is a bit of a different approach to make fried apple pies.

BTW, what did he squirt and shake onto the fried pizza before cutting it up in the box?

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 This is the one McDonalds had:

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Having worked in McDonalds for 4 years, a lot of their apple pies were eaten by me. They're quite good with the apple bran muffins they used to have.

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parlance said

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I wouldn't eat a fried yogurt or fried peach melba.

I'm sensing next year's county fare is being concocted as we speak.

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And I intend to be there! I skipped this year's local apple festival to tend to my under-the-weather son, but the wife did bring home for me my beloved cheesecake on a stick. 

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AG, they were squirting vinegar and then adding salt to the Pizza crunch in the video. Certainly in the UK it's very common to do so, altho in Edinburgh and the Fife region you are instead asked if you want salt and sauce (a spicy brown kind).

 

wetroosa, how on how's do you get cheesecake to stay on a stick?

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meanmistermustard said
AG, they were squirting vinegar and then adding salt to the Pizza crunch in the video. Certainly in the UK it's very common to do so, altho in Edinburgh and the Fife region you are instead asked if you want salt and sauce (a spicy brown kind).

 

wetroosa, how on how's do you get cheesecake to stay on a stick?

Thanks for the info on the pizza concoction. If I were desperate and couldn't find anything else to eat, I might try one. It doesn't look appealing, and I was raised in the American south.

The cheesecake is frozen. Eat it quickly so it doesn't get too soft.

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Good stuff. I've seen them covered with colorful sprinkles, nuts, and various kinds of edible decorations. Man-o-man, now I want one.

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meanmistermustard said
AG, they were squirting vinegar and then adding salt to the Pizza crunch in the video. Certainly in the UK it's very common to do so, altho in Edinburgh and the Fife region you are instead asked if you want salt and sauce (a spicy brown kind).

 

wetroosa, how on how's do you get cheesecake to stay on a stick?

I've seen them perform this: when the cheesecake is made, before you freeze it, insert the stick. Then stick it in the freezer. It has about an hour outside the freezer before it starts to melt. Like Ahhh Girl said, you can get sprinkles, nuts and other favorite dessert toppings. It's sort of like chocolate dipped strawberries in that sense. Usually the cheesecake is coated in chocolate, but I've seen it coated in white chocolate, vanilla, strawberry and caramel. You can also get it plain if you want.

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Thanks for the info folks. Can't say i'm tempted to try a dipped frozen cheesecake tho, probably like the fried pizza it doesn't sound appetising, tastes incredibly, leaves you feeling guilty but satisfied and full.

I once had an Apple Pie from McDonalds, nearly melted my mouth down when i first bit into it, which they have a reputation for. Didn't finish it as it was revolting; bogging soggy pastry, horrid apples tasting like they had been left far too long soaking.

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Has anybody else ever eaten something they thought they didn't like, and in actual fact they do? I had some honey for a bad throat today, and I loved it. I used to really hate the stuff. So now I've made myself a healthy version of a banana split, with honey and walnuts instead of ice-cream and chocolate :)

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