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Hmmm...never had fried icecream before?

I have tried to figure out how it's made...it seems to have some sort of crispy coating

on it.Then they drizzle honey over that.

I think I could make this at home....

Leslie don't you have a recipe???

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Fried Ice Cream

Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2001

Prep Time:20 minInactive Prep Time:3 minCook Time:20 min

Level:

Intermediate

Serves:

4 to 8 servings

Ingredients

1 quart vanilla ice cream

1 cup crushed frosted cornflakes

1 cup sweetened coconut flakes, or 1 cup chopped walnuts, or 1 cup cookie crumbs

2 large eggs

2 tablespoons sugar

Vegetable oil, for frying

Hot chocolate sauce, optional

Whipped cream, optional

Directions

With an ice cream scoop, form 4 large balls of ice cream. Place on a waxed paper lined sheet and cover with plastic wrap. Freeze for at least 2 hours.

In a bowl, combine the cornflake crumbs with either the coconut, walnuts or cookie crumbs (or any combination). Spread the mixture in a shallow dish.

Dip the ice cream balls in the crumb mixture and freeze for 30 minutes.

In a bowl, beat the eggs and sugar. Dip the coated ice cream balls into the eggs, then roll in the crumb mixture, coating completely. Freeze for 1 hour. (If necessary, or for a thicker crust, roll again in eggs and crumbs until the balls are completely coated.)

Heat the oil in a large pot or fryer to 400 degrees F. One at a time, lower the balls into the oil and fry until golden brown, about 30 seconds to 1 minute. Remove from the oil and place in a dessert bowl. Drizzle with chocolate sauce and whipped cream, as desired. Repeat with the remaining ice cream.

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Vernalee's recipe is like a standard to use and can be traded out for what you have in your cupboard. Captian Crunch cereal is excellent and you can also use oats, sugar, cinnamon mixture--just a couple of hands full of oats and brown sugar is perferable,, and cinnamon to taste. Enjoy!

Also use a can of frosting --the Betty Crocker with mini cocolate chips is great---remove lid and microwave for 60-90 and drizzel on or POUR over!

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Nancy--I was just thinking,...I would think you could take a scoop of ice cream and place it in the center of a flour tortilla or an egg roll wrapper and fold the wrapper to cover the ball of ice cream then seal the edges with a brushed egg then freeze again for a couple of hours then take out and deep fry immediately. Roll with ball in sugar and cinnamon or better yet take a zip lock baggie and put your cinnamon and sugar misture in there and drop the hot ball into that and shake to cover the wrapper! Eureka! I think we are onto something new kid! I think this would work well but I just now thought of it so----we'll both be surprised.

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A paper sack would work well. Have used them (grocery store sacks) to put a turkey in for baking. I thought the brown bag would catch fire but as long as the oven stays at 350 it will not. If using an electric oven make sure the bag is rolled tight and not sticking up so high it will touch the electrical unit because it will catch fire. Don't ask me how I know this. Anyway, the brown bag method is a snap because there is no clean up and you do not have to purchase a oven bag for turkeys and can save $$$. I do drop my roasted pabalenos right out of the oven into the zip llock baggies to sweat them to remove the peels. But I did not think about the ball being so heavy and large....so use a brown sack and dump your sugar and cinnamon in that!

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A paper sack would work well. Have used them (grocery store sacks) to put a turkey in for baking. I thought the brown bag would catch fire but as long as the oven stays at 350 it will not. If using an electric oven make sure the bag is rolled tight and not sticking up so high it will touch the electrical unit because it will catch fire. Don't ask me how I know this. Anyway, the brown bag method is a snap because there is no clean up and you do not have to purchase a oven bag for turkeys and can save $$$. I do drop my roasted pabalenos right out of the oven into the zip llock baggies to sweat them to remove the peels. But I did not think about the ball being so heavy and large....so use a brown sack and dump your sugar and cinnamon in that!

Wow...thanks for everything....but really you bake a turkey in a brown paper bag?OK.

OK...I will try it.

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I know. I thought it was some kind of a joke at first. The first time I did it was like 35 years ago. Just take a large paper bag/grocery sack and ready your turkey by removing the innards, rubbing the outside well with butter, salt and pepper. Place your turkey in the sack and roll the end up tightly. Make sure the top of the bag is standing up a little over the top of the bird then stick it in the oven at 350. I always like gas cooking better than electric but I have done it both ways. Just make sure your sack does NOT touch that electrical unit or wham--- a whole bunch of men will come and visit you in a big red truck! Bake as usual. I have not looked yet but I am sure you can google baking a turkey in a paper bag and it will give you specifics. But so easy and NO clean up. That is what i like best about it.

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I don't think dropping the hot ball into the baggie will work though. The plastic will melt. Suggest something else. I'm waiting.

They make those plastic bags for oven cooking and slow cooker cooking, I use them and they never melt.

When those first came out though, I thought they would melt, lol.

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A paper sack would work well. Have used them (grocery store sacks) to put a turkey in for baking. I thought the brown bag would catch fire but as long as the oven stays at 350 it will not.

Wow...thanks for everything....but really you bake a turkey in a brown paper bag?OK.

OK...I will try it.

Nanc, my father in law used to do the same thing...and I've done it a couple of times....

I believe paper autoignites at 451 degree F, if my memory serves correctly...

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Leslie, my FIL would cut two bags apart, laying one in the pan with some edges kinda layed out, prep the bird and put it in that bottom sack, then would place the other sack on top of it and staple around the edges to keep them together....worked really well....:chef:

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I will have to try that. It is hard to find a store with paper sacks now---at least around here. It has been along time -maybe 7 or 8 years since I have cooked the turkey that way but it was always moist and browned nice and evenly.

It's hard to find them in TX too. I think it's a southern thing, they are not as environmentally conscious in the south as they are in other states. I am from up north, and paper bags were easy to find up there, whereas no one seems to offer them down here.

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Ditto! lol! I cover the turkey, in and out in butter and seasonings, cover with cheese-cloth, then baste with turkey or chicken stock mixed with melted butter..... it is sooooo good! When you make the gravy after the bird is done, honestly, all I need to do is bring to a boil and thicken, then skim the little bit of grease off the top!

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