Fried Kool Aid

June 21, 2011 by staff 

Fried Kool AidFried Kool Aid, First it was Krispy Kreme chicken sandwich. Then fried avocado, zucchini whistle – a stuffed zucchini and fried hot dog – and, of course, fried Oreos. This summer brings another set of taste sensations: fried Kool-Aid, fried cookies the Girl Scouts of mint and fried ribs. Think of the danger zone of cholesterol with a stroke of sugar.

The creator of these delights is Charlie Boghosian, who started the job fairs when I was 14 years ago as a summer job. He approached the gates of the State Fair of San Diego and got a job in a position of roasted corn. The rest, he jokes, is history fryer. At 22 he went into business for himself, buying his own booth selling pressure chicken fried chicken. But he wanted to sell something else, so he started to create their own delicious fried desserts.

Boghosian, 42, had originally set his sights on a very different career. He graduated from college with a degree in law enforcement and had planned to enter the FBI. But at the last minute, decided to change his FBI badge potential for a deep fryer.

“I love what I do,” said the king to fry chicken all called Charlie, said the star of the State Fair of San Diego. “I do not want to change what we have today… There is no better place than the fair.”

Boghosian has invented more than 100 fried trying to sell at fairs in California. It also offers plenty of other food, charcoal and humus chicken to salads, kebabs and roast chicken. But his deep-fried food and desserts that is known.

Their season starts in San Diego State Fair every June to early July, then put a store on July 15 about a month at the Orange Country Fair. After that, the Los Angeles County Fair in September, before finishing the season in the Big Fresno Fair in October.

Boghosian of fried first creation remains her favorite ever. There’s nothing like fried Oreos, says savoring the words slowly as if savoring the same treatment.

“Do not put anything on the menu unless everyone thinks they are absolutely delicious. Not only can sound strange that have good taste.”

Over the years the master fryer has had its fair share of television and media exposure, including an appearance on The Tonight Show when Conan O’Brien was hosting it.

“I’m inspired by the things that I grew up,” he says, explaining how that comes with your ideas for unique products fried.

“I grew up eating Krispy Kreme donuts and avocados, Kool-Aid and ribs. I love cooking and I love to invent. So I took the elements I grew up with and put my touch on them – how to fry chicken Charlie. We had a great success doing it. ”

So what can you expect when you bite into a plate of fried Kool-Aid? A taste sensation, Boghosian said. It looks like a donut hole, but within the mass of red cherry Kool-Aid powder. Then covered with powdered sugar and Kool-Aid powder.

As for fried Girl Scout cookies, “which dip into the sweet dough,” said Boghosian. “We put more chocolate on them and the powdered sugar. After taking a bite, it’s amazing. Absolutely delicious.”

Boghosian is not the first fried Twinkies and other junk foods.

In fact other manufacturers in the San Diego State Fair, which attracts over 1.3 million people each season runs from June 10 to July 4, offering all kinds of unusual things, including chocolate-covered bacon batter. There are over 100 food vendors at the show.

Chicken Charlies But Boghosian and seem to have captured the zeitgeist of fried carnival and special foods.

And despite all their samples of the new and old fried products, says Boghosian, who admits that excess weight, your cholesterol levels remain good.

“My doctors are amazed.”

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