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Offline norma427

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Re: Tried Guy Fieriís Deep-Fried Pizza
« Reply #20 on: March 26, 2011, 07:18:29 AM »

Ay Yo, waiting for Don From Mexico to tell us about a empanada. The Spanish know something about this.  Guy does not get to much respect in the world of Chefdom. But Anthony Bourdain does.

I think this was around 2000 when he had his first show. Scots and the deep fried slice. Absolutely horrid, but you are going to eat it....  ;D

At about 3:30 in. Battered pizza.

Enjoy.... :chef:



SinoChef,

Thanks for referencing Anthony Bourdain video with the deep-fried pizza.  :) I did enjoy the video. I enjoy watching all the foods that Bourdain tries, but never saw that video from Scotland.  I wonder how Craig wants me to go about deep-frying a slice of pizza since I watched that video.  ::)  Bourdain says the Scots only batter the cheese side.  I have also tried deep-fried candy when I had my Funnel Cake stand. Bourdain tried Mars bars, but I only tried Snickerís and Milky Ways.  There were good in my opinion batter fried. 

I also wonder about using  empanada shells.  I do make  empanadas sometimes and can imagine how good a pizza made inside of an empanada shell would taste.  I donít make my own empanada shells but buy Spanish frozen shells when I made the empanadas.  Maybe Don will come up with some more original ideas for a pizza in an empanada shell.  He is good at coming up with new inventions for pizza.  I have one of those pampered chef little things for making other things that can be deep-fried, but havenít used it for awhile.  It would make a little calzone.

Norma
Norma,
That is salivating to even look at! I wish this stuff was super healthy too,would eat it all the time!
 :-D

Nice job,thanks for sharing!
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Bill,

I wish the deep-fried pizza was more healthy too.  :) I would eat it more.  My daughter had shared some of the deep-fried pizza I made Thursday.  There one deep-fried pizza leftover last evening.  She put it in the oven on aluminum foil and said it tasted just like the evening I made them, so at least the deep-fried pizza can reheat well.  I would have taken a picture of the reheated deep-fried pizza but she said you arenít going to take another picture of pizza are you.  :-D

Norma

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Re: Tried Guy Fieriís Deep-Fried Pizza
« Reply #21 on: March 28, 2011, 09:41:51 PM »
Personally, I'd say batter the whole thing - but we're kind of that way down here.

We'd call it "chicken fried pizza"

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Re: Tried Guy Fieriís Deep-Fried Pizza
« Reply #22 on: March 28, 2011, 09:47:28 PM »
Personally, I'd say batter the whole thing - but we're kind of that way down here.

We'd call it "chicken fried pizza"

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Re: Tried Guy Fieriís Deep-Fried Pizza
« Reply #23 on: March 28, 2011, 10:35:49 PM »
Personally, I'd say batter the whole thing - but we're kind of that way down here.

We'd call it "chicken fried pizza"

Craig

Craig I will be probably trying the your fried pizza out later this week.  Hopefully it will turn out okay this time.   :-D 

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