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Now, without leaning into too many hoary old stereotypes, would anyone like to hazard a guess as to where the man who created this leftfield culinary creation is from?
Of course, Dazza is from Scotland.
Food vlogger Darren 'Dazza' Dowling decided to create three slices of indulgent, yet not exactly low-fat, food for the show, which this week was based in Glasgow.
The social media personality, who records a series of videos entitled 'Does it Fry?' also cooked up a deep-fried chicken and caviar dish, as well as the lasagne pasta meal that even included deep fried lettuce.
Then, of course, he finished it off with a Glaswegian staple, the deep fried chocolate bar accompanied by ice cream.
If you're into this sort of thing, it'll sound like heaven to you. For the uninitiated, it must be hell.
Either way, Dazza decided to take on the norm and try to create some unique and interesting food, rather than just phoning it in.
You have to commend him for that, at least.
Some of his guests weren't exactly thrilled, though.
Robert had to stop himself from puking during the first course, whereas Jen described one course as 'disgusting'.
Ever-critical Kasia didn't enjoy the deep-friend scran and even brought along some packed sandwiches in case of emergency.
Dorine later said that she would be grabbing a bite to eat on the way home because she couldn't eat enough of the fayre spouting forth from Dazza's kitchen.
Before everyone got there, he had said: "The worst thing that could go wrong tonight is everything is either burnt or soggy. There's no in-between."
Even though the food wasn't their thing, and Darren picked up just 14 points, which is the lowest score so far, the guests did at least enjoy their night, as the patter was a lot better than the food.
Daz said: "I see myself as the nucleus of fun in this week's group. Has anybody laughed as much as tonight?"
Whilst his guests weren't into it, some folks online would gladly give the fried food a try, it seems.
One person wrote: "The boy Darren on Come Dine With Me this week is an absolute hero. Deep fried f***ing everything, even a Lettuce. Scotland at its finest."
Another said: "That daz fae does it fry on come dine with me and serving nothing but deep fried scran is quality."
However, a third commented: "Someone please tell me they are also seeing Come Dine With Me right now and I didn't just hallucinate deep-fried lasagne."
Featured Image Credit: Channel 4
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