Monday, December 26, 2011

Danger: Exploding snack food!

Wow. And I thought shaking up a can of Diet Coke was dangerous.


Whelk Lad! said...

"Correction: instead of 'nitroglycerin,' the recipe should have read 'flour.' We regret the error, and we have discontinued the use of Dragon's recipe transcription service."

History Doc said...

Wow, that's some churro recipe.

Anonymous said...

At least the churros exploded before they were consumed. I've certainly had my share of latin food that was explosive *after* I ate it.

Nekura said...

..Did they not use splatter guards?

Andrew_M_Garland said...

Food Editor 1:  It says here to heat the oil to 375 degrees. Is that Farenheit or Centigrade?
Food Editor 2:  We use Centigrade here in Chile, not that gringo Farenheit stuff.
Food Editor 1:  OK, Centigrade it is.

(Note: I don't know if that was the problem, but 375 C would be 707 F, or some such error.

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