Snacks That Taste Better Fried

By: Food Network Magazine

It’s state fair season, so for the September issue of Food Network Magazine, chefs in Food Network Kitchens raided the fridge and pantry and deep-fried for days, looking for hits and misses for the story, “ Can You Fry It?”. There were a few explosions — marshmallows melted, gumdrops sank to the bottom of the fryer, and the iceberg lettuce came out looking like a sea creature.

Recipe tester Leah Brickley suggests trying the converted rice (her fave), but we say, why not try them all?

What's the craziest food you've tried to deep-fry? Tell us in the comments.

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