Monday, July 18, 2005

The Sticky Part

Unlike other fried desserts, Oreos don't need to spend any time in the freezer before cooking, so you can get started as soon as the craving hits. The cookies need to be dipped in a little flour before battering. If you skip this step you are taking the chance that the batter will not stick and will slide off your cookies into the oil, leaving your Oreos naked and greasy. Naked and greasy Oreos are a sad sight indeed.

Shake the flour off well. Just a light dusting is all you need.

Now it's into the batter. Make sure to keep your batter in the fridge between batches. Cold batter makes for crispier treats.

Using your tongs, remove the Oreos from the batter and shake off the excess. You want them light and crispy, not padded with lots of undercooked batter. Unless that's your thing. Then go ahead and try to load as much on as you can.


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