Monday, March 12, 2012

FUNNEL CAKE


Funnel cake is a regional food in North America and popularly sold at theme parks, carnivals, fairs, sporting events and beach side concession stands.  It is basically cooked (deep fried) by pouring batter into hot cooking oil in a circular motion  (a funnel-like cooking instrument is used at times) until the batter turns golden brown.  Powdered sugar, powdered cinammon, chocolate/strawberry syrup, nuts and sliced fruits can be used as toppings and sprinkles for funnel cakes.

Lining up at a funnel cakes booth in Disney World in March 2009

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29 comments:

  1. masarap ba yan kemers? miss na kita ah? ang bekihan and all. haha

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  2. I wonder what it tastes like. Parang ang dali ng ng process ng pagkagawa...Hehehe

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  3. ayay! yummy...I love it pag strawberry yung topping...salap!

    thanks for joining BPC!

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  4. Yummy :-) we always get that when we visit theme parks.

    Visiting for BPC!

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  5. wow! that looks so yummy! penge! hehehe.. bpc 72 visit.

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  6. mukhang masarap at mukhang sobrang tamis hehe. Visiting from #72 BPC.

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  7. i never tried funnel cake. isnt it suppose to be in a funnel?
    frm BPC
    http://www.myphotomeme.com/2012/03/12/maple-tree-blossoms/

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  8. I have not tried funnel cake but I look forward on the elephant ears have you tried it? The photo looks yummy I bet it is delish.

    Shrimp

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  9. be careful sa calories hehehe yumyum! sensya na sa late visit ko from 366 bpc.

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  10. Sarap siguro noh..Haven't try it yet..

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  11. I haven't had funnel cakes before, which means I haven't been to North America before, but I want to experience eating funnel cakes in North America; I hope that will happen soon! Here's my FF entry: http://www.delightmyappetite.com/2012/03/a-hearty-dinner-at-classic-savory-chicken/

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  12. siempre drooling na naman ako!

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  13. the funnel cake looks very delish Sis Karen :-) I do not think I try those :-) Visiting late from Food Friday, hope that you can return the visit too.

    http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/baked-tilapia-fish-for-dinner/

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  14. Want some here, lol! Visiting from FTF, mine is up here thanks! Sahm’s Dining Diary

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  15. loaded with goodies, ha, sarap siguro nyan! parang crepe siguro or pancakes or waffles, wahhh...dami kong naisip, ginugutom ko sarili ko! hehehe! visiting from FTF, see you around. thanks and have a great week. :)

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  16. nagbabalik from FF naman...mukhang masarap talaga sya! sana meron nyan dito, or baka hindi ko lang alam! hehehe. have a great week. :)

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  17. tried funnel cake here (at the Old Spaghetti House) and i liked it! parang crispy pancake with all those toppings, lol.

    appreciate much your sharing over at Food Friday, KM

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  18. first time visiting, and you've made me hungry (again).....I love the name of your blog!

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  19. Delicious. And FATTENING!
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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  20. Looks yummy! You're back!

    Fight the Feeling
    Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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  21. Well if I ever visit North American I will sure look out for that, sounds like a meal in itself.
    Joy - ABC Team

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