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    could you crumb it/batter it then fry it? like tempura butter?

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    i am guessing that it would be close to the same way you deep fry ice cream
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    I had deep fryed ice cream once.

    It tasted more like a bready milky biscut
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    Oprah apparently loves deep fried butter.

    Deep fried ice cream is done by making ice cream extremely cold until it is frozen hard like a brick. Then it's quickly breaded and fried and served in small 'bricks'.

    I would guess that the butter is actually frozen first before being flash fried?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ming View Post
    How do you deep fry butter? Doesn't it melt?
    Flash frying should get around that problem.

    EDIT: But I see that others have pointed out that all one would have to do is coat it in something hard and freeze it.
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    Buttah--deep fried buttah...I'd eat it.

    I wonder if it's crunchable??

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    I think I'd like to try it... but not a whole stick though. I could probably deal with a tablespoon's worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeatheredFrenzy View Post
    I think I'd like to try it... but not a whole stick though. I could probably deal with a tablespoon's worth.
    Come on, let's go get some, then. But if you like it, remember--you just asked for a tablespoon--I get the other 7!!!

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