PAstrychef wrote:Thicken the gravy well, then chill it until it's set. Then cut it into cubes and freeze it. Wrap some biscuit dough around each cube and seal well, then fry. I would try a standard rolled biscuit dough first, as moisture hitting hot grease becomes steam, and is bad for your continued frying.
To deep fry, use a pot several inches taller than the fat you need to cover the food. This reduces spatter, and helps the temperature of the fat stay where you want it.
One possible outcome is that the dough absorbs a fair amount of the gravy, leaving you with a gravy-flavored gloppy item.
Dason wrote:semicharmed wrote:And I cannot second the advice about the pot SEVERAL inches deeper enough;
Belial wrote:freakish777 wrote:Deep Fried Dill Pickles.
That is all.
These are amazing dipped in ranch.
Shivahn wrote:I am a motherfucking sorceror.
INVINCIBLE wrote:I have heard of deep fried oreos.
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