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Deep-Fried Mars Bar

A Mars Bar coated in batter and fried.

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A Quick Tip by Bethany_K

  • May 8, 2010
Okay, I've never had these, but they look pretty darn gross. Not to mention unhealthy.
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A deep-fried Mars Bar is an ordinary Mars Bar normally fried in a type of batter commonly used for deep frying fish, sausages, and other battered products, although a coconut batter is also used.  The Mars Bar is typically chilled before battering to prevent it from melting into the frying fat, though a cold Mars Bar can fracture when heated.

The dish originated at chip shops in Scotland as a novelty item, but was never a mainstream item. Since various mass media have reported on the practice since the mid 1990s, in part as an ironic commentary on urban Scotland's notoriously unhealthy diet, the popularity of the dish has spread.
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