Texas Chef Successfully Deep-Fries...Beer!

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  1. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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    Deep Fried Beer! :D

    I read the article and had to clean the keyboard, monitor and the mouse. Looks sooooooo good to eat!

    Texas Chef Successfully Deep-Fries...Beer! | Field & Stream

    I sincerely hope the committee that hands out Nobel Prizes in the science fields have taken notice of one Texas chef who recently achieved a gastronomical breakthrough: deep-fried beer.

    That’s right. According to this report: The beer is placed inside a pocket of salty, pretzel-like dough and then dunked in oil at 375 degrees for about 20 seconds, a short enough time for the confection to remain alcoholic. When diners take a bite the hot beer mixes with the dough in what is claimed to be a delicious taste sensation.

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    Inventor Mark Zable said it had taken him three years to come up with the cooking method and a patent for the process is pending. He declined to say whether any special ingredients were involved.

    Zable will introduce the dish at a fried-food competition in Texas later this month. He’ll serve five of the ravioli-like bites for a very modest $5. If any of our Texas readers plan on attending this food festival, please report back to the Wild Chef (fswildchef@gmail.com) and let us know how they tasted.
     
  2. NGIB

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    Lon, you need to hire this guy and you can also hire Dune'r as your in-house brewmaster...
     

  3. amoroque

    amoroque New Member

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    Waaaaa I must be dreaming!
     
  4. lonyaeger

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    I've tried this so many times and I keep getting my face blistered when I spew the beer into the deep fryer. :(
     
  5. Yunus

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    You would be surprised how much alcohol remains in food after being cooked. It's commonly thought that alcohol just boils off first but I have been doing some research for a project and discovered how it really works and it's not a quick process to remove alcohol from a substance.

    I think I might try to make this. Simply make ravioli but instead of filling it with cheese or meat, fill it with a thick beer cheese soup heavy on the beer.

    This is an inspiring post, thanks for sharing!
     
  6. lonyaeger

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    Interesting, I did not know that. I remain skeptical, though. :)
     
  7. Troy Michalik

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    Obviously you'd eat these for the taste. Eating enough to get a buzz would be a total b!tch.
     
  8. Yunus

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  9. lonyaeger

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    Interesting, thanks.
     
  10. Shihan

    Shihan Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    What is the deal with Dude's Fingernails?:eek:
     
  11. winds-of-change

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    He's obviously a serious nail biter.
     
  12. zhuk

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    BOTH major food groups represented?


    Have to hand it to this guy...
     
  13. spittinfire

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  14. AcidFlashGordon

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    And some people wonder why I plan to move to Texas when I retire..... [​IMG]
     
  15. notdku

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    It's a smart move.