What about deep-fried Coke? After all, it won the prize this year for the most creative food contest this year at the Texas State Fair.
Here is how the Texas delicacy of deep-fried Coke is made:
Smooth spheres of Coca-Cola-flavored batter are deep fried, drizzled with pure Coke fountain syrup, topped with whipped cream, cinnamon sugar and a cherry. The product is served in souvenir contoured glasses.
YUMMY! It’s not surprising that it should make it’s debut in Texas, the birthplace of the corndog, and home of other delicacies such as deep-fried mac & cheese, fried praline perfection, fried twinkies, and fried peanut butter, banana, and jelly sandwiches (invented last year by the same innovator who is behind fried Coke).
I am looking forward to the state fair this month, and my yearly allowance of deep-fried foods!