Deep Fried Oreo cookies

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craigdexter1
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Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Wed, 09/21/05 9:13 PM
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Man these are the goods! Very easy to make.
Prepare some pancake batter but make it just a little on the thin side, not to thin though!
Dip the cookie in and turn to coat well and fry it in some canola oil. turn over in the oil to brown both sides.
take out and place on paper towel to drain.
sprinkle with powder sugar and serve.
You can't let them get cold, they will turn yucky then.

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Thu, 09/22/05 1:26 AM
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Thanks for this lo-cal diet tip!!!!

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Sun, 12/4/05 5:41 PM
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Yes, made the same way. great eats!

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Mon, 12/5/05 11:19 AM
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but an oreo is so perfect the way it is.
Just dunk in milk and/or split and eat the middle.

I hate to say I'm a "purist" when it comes to oreo cookies, because, for the most part, I loath the "purists" attitude that something can't be changed/modified/absorbed or otherwise tampered with.
But, while I'm sure a deep fried oreo tastes great, I so rarely eat oreos so I'd most likely want mine unbothered.

But I can certainly see the allure.





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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Mon, 12/5/05 3:24 PM
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I tried deep-fried Oreos a few years ago at the Bloomsburg State Fair (PA) and wasn't that impressed. They tasted okay, but were soft throughout. The best thing about eating Oreos to me is the various textures and ways you can eat and enjoy them, and the fried, almost mushy version loses what makes Oreos special: Their crunchiness, either eaten whole or nibbled, or split in half and the filling scraped off with your teeth, or semi-soft when dunked in milk.... I think I need to go buy some Oreos now....

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Fri, 12/16/05 3:24 PM
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*shudder* I can feel my arteries clogging just reading that.

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Fri, 12/16/05 4:17 PM
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OK. This thread has ben around since September and I finally decided to take a look. I have just one question: Why would anyone want to deep fry a cookie? Please, no one answer.

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Fri, 12/16/05 4:24 PM
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I'm not at all sure how or why anyone first decided to deep fry an Oreo, it does seem to be a bit of a stretch on things. Now, having said that, I had a couple of these out in Las Vegas last year (Freemont Street, I think) and I have to admit, damn they were tasty! Not the kind of thing I'd advise eating on a regular basis, nor would I want to, but once or twice a year, I'd indulge!

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Sun, 12/18/05 12:57 PM
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Being the wacky overindulger that I am, I'd want to try deep-fried "double stuff" Oreos. Or the old Hydroxes...those were soooo good...

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Sun, 12/18/05 3:13 PM
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Hello All,
Am not too sure about deep-fried oreos. I like my chicken and fries deep-fried,
but cookies and candy-bars make me cringe. But who knows? I'd give it a taste,
a small taste.
I prefer Oreo ice-cream.
Take care,
Fieldthistle

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Sun, 12/18/05 9:21 PM
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Had deep-dried Oreos at a Casino on Fremont Street in Vegas. Okay, but not THAT special. Worth trying once just to say you did it.

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Mon, 12/19/05 9:54 AM
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Our State Fair in Indiana always comes up with some new deep fried treat each year. I have not been to the fair for years but always hear about them on the news and wonder why? Good to hear that other state fairs are also doing this,now I don't feel so far out of the loop!

Butch

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Fri, 12/23/05 10:24 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

OK. This thread has ben around since September and I finally decided to take a look. I have just one question: Why would anyone want to deep fry a cookie? Please, no one answer.


Or a twinkie for that matter.

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Fri, 12/23/05 11:49 AM
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I think it has something to do with the unwritten rules of Fair Food.
If it can't be served on-a-stick, it must be deep-fried!
Now, if it's deep-fried AND on-a-stick - you've hit the jackpot...

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RE: Deep Fried Oreo cookies - Sat, 12/24/05 3:13 AM
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quote:
Originally posted by roossy90

quote:
Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

OK. This thread has ben around since September and I finally decided to take a look. I have just one question: Why would anyone want to deep fry a cookie? Please, no one answer.


Or a twinkie for that matter.
Because it is there and it can be done.