I was wondering the same thing. Apparently they’re similar to Cheetos or (If you’re australian) zig-zag twisties.
Looks like an induction hob. Taking the pan off the surface turns deactivates the heating element
“Hey, have you ever actually cooked anything before?”
“Ha. Me neither.”
Is it OK if mine don’t catch on fire?
… but why would you fry those in oil? I don’t understand…
Because you want to.
From the way they act and what they’re doing I THINK it’s just a joke where they’re cooking something silly because it’s “Cheesey Poof Day” or whatever it was. Like something you might see on a morning program.
Now why there were newspapers directly beside the cook range, I have no idea.
Weeelll… OK. If you’re absolutely sure there’s no other way.
I’ll be sure to double-check the directions.
Yom den born de yu skadish skadoo, yorn desh born, de umn Børk! Børk! Børk!
They’re trying to one-up Scotland and the deep fried mars bars
Swedish chefs actually cook Cröonchy Stars on TV?!?!
“Terribly wrong” should mean that one of them becomes horribly disfigured.
This is bullshit.
There is another cooking-mishap video out there that is much funner and less potentially tragic. A guy tries to fry gnocchi. Frozen gnocchi. This turns out to be a bad idea: They pop out of the pan, rather whimsically.
Is it just me, or does the guy look like Mark Frauenfelder?
Not as epic as Fried gnocci fail:
I wonder if a pressure fryer would solve that problem…
Luckily for me, my neighbours and anyone else who may be in the blast-radius at the time, I don’t own one.
She said “fan”. It means hell, and is used similarly in the exclamatory sense.