The deep-fried cola is a delicate batter of Coca-Cola soda and fried until golden and hard. Usually served with cinnamon, powdered sugar, cola syrup, whipped cream and cherries for a classic twist on the classic drink. Deep-fried coke is mostly sold at trade shows or carnival stalls, but it is not a secret cooking technique with intricate ingredients so you can prepare your own fried coke at home if the exhibition is not in the city. Spread about 2 inches from the bottom of the pan. Set your oven to "medium high" and place a frying thermometer in the oil. Heat the oil until your thermometer reads between 350 and 375 F.
Add 2 cups flour and 1 tsp. Put the baking powder in a large mixing bowl and mix with a spoon while the oil is heated. Beat two eggs in a bowl and mix quickly in the flour, then pour 1-1 / 2 cups of cola and mix with a spoon to evenly mix in a dough.
Draw a tablespoon. from the dough and add to the hot oil. Repeat the process with the rest of the dough and make sure it is smooth (a perfectly shaped appearance is not important). Peel the pieces of Coke dough for about a minute, then use a spoon to slice them and fry them for another minute or until the dough is lightly golden.
Place a plate on a napkin, then use a slotted spoon to transfer the fried cola from the oil to the plate. While it is still warm, sprinkle the pieces with the preferred amount of cinnamon and powdered sugar.
Transfer the cola pieces into cups or bowls, then finely chop each serving with cola syrup when ready to serve. Each serving with a spoonful of burger and Maraschino cherries. Eat the coke while it is still warm for the best taste.