Now i will admit this was not premeditated, but a whim while in the out of doors. Though it looks disgusting it was surprisingly delicious. Think a little sweet and savory like bacon and chocolate. Accept easy cheese tastes nowhere near as good as bacon nor does a marshmallow compete with chocolate. I also will admit that I didn't have to many takers around the campfire but thats ok, it's just something I will have the singularly unique experience of enjoying. Oh I forgot to mention it was also a strawberry marshmallow. Even better.
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Step 1: Only the Best Ingredients.
Remember, when you are creating a masterpiece, to always use the best ingredients money can buy.
Step 2: Proper Ratio.
Now be careful here. Improper injection can result in a failed sweet to savory ratio. I had a little blow out on the other side. I am considering contacting Great Value about can pressure for injection applications.
Step 3: Pause for Reflection.
At this moment you may want to step back have a beer and reflect on wether or not this is really going to go down.
Step 4: Fry on My Good Fellow.
Who am I kidding of course this is going to happen. Now lets see I think I have some bacon grease around here some where.
Step 5: It's All About Rotation.
Here it is crucial to be vigilant. If you let it cook to long on one side it will melt into a blob. A nice hot oil and proper rotation and you will get a nice crisp surface.
Step 6: It's Go Time.
Once out of the bacon grease allow to cool slightly. Scalding hot molten marshmallow will burn your taste buds and all the goodness will go to waste. Now enjoy and spred the word of the Cheesy Strawberry Marshmallow Delight.
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