Now, he’s trying to show what it would look like if Taco Bell dipped it’s toes in the burger game with a Crunchwrap Double Cheeseburger.
Using two wraps as buns, the Vulgar One stuffed jalapenos, Fritos corn chips, two burger patties, and slices of cheddar cheese into this behemoth.
Taco Bell’s Crunchwraps are usually solid, so adding a couple of homemade burger patties to the mix is pretty epic.
The Bell might never officially jump into burgers or throw a Crunchwrap cheeseburger on the menu, but the Vulgar Chef’s recipe doesn’t seem too complex and can easily be replicated without having to rely on a bootleg Mexican joint to make a bootleg burger.
I often find myself sitting in the parking lot by my office, unable to decide between McDonald’s or Taco Bell. Do I go for a Big Mac, or do I surrender to the Crunchwrap? Our buddy The Vulgar Chef turned an empathetic ear to that fast food struggle and created a Big Mac Crunchwrap to appease both cravings.
This fast food Frankenstein features Big Mac sauce, fries, pickles, a beef patty, cheese, lettuce and pickles topped with a deep-fried tortilla and wrapped in a large flour tortilla. The Vulgar Chef then wraps the Crunchwrap and throws it on the grill for that iconic Taco Bell sear.
Alright, now that you’re all caught up we can properly intro one of his latest and greatest concoctions: PBR Cheddar Cheese NUGGETS. These bad boys are PBR beer battered and fried cheese nugs, then served out of a beautifully and safely repurposed PBR can that’s been smoothed out on the edges. They’re even paired with a PBR bacon cream cheese dipping sauce, also in a PBR can! Damn, that’s fresh.
Now, we know the Vulgar Chef for his heart-stopping, panty-dropping works of deep-fried perfection, but who knew he was eco-friendly, too? Just another bullet point to add to our list of reasons why we are in L-O-V-E with this guy. Check out his recipe below:
PBR Cheddar Cheese Nuggets
1 c flour
½ tsp of chili powder
½ tsp black pepper
½ tsp salt
2 c PBR
Cracker Barrel cheddar cheese
8 oz cream cheese
2 c shredded cheddar cheese
Cooked bacon, chopped
1) Whisk egg. Add flour, chili powder, black pepper, salt, 1 cup of PBR, and whisk until ingredients are mixed well to achieve a batter consistency.
2) Slice cheddar cheese into chunks, slightly larger than cubes. Add chunks to beer batter and mix.
3) Pour battered cheese into a fryer or pot with oil. Fry until golden brown.
4) For the cheese dipping sauce, pour 1 cup of PBR, cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, and bacon bits into a large pot and cook on low heat. Stir continuously until sauce is creamy and smooth.
Since the beginning of my existence, my two favorite things to eat are breakfast and pizza. If the two were somehow able to be combined, even better. Kyle Marcoux, also known as The Vulgar Chef, threw on his Santa costume and made my wish come true with his new recipe for Breakfast Pizza.
Now one of my favorite breakfast dishes is corned beef hash, cooked crisp enough so that eat bite there’s a faint crunch. Imagine my delight seeing this pizza’s crust is made entirely of just that.
What you’ll need is two cans of corned beef hash, two handfuls of frozen shredded hash browns, five eggs, cheese and bacon.
Made inside a cast iron skillet, Kyle begins to form a crust out of the corned beef hash and hash brown mixture. After the crust is precooked for 40 minutes, Kyle adds the eggs and cheese. The skillet goes into the oven again for another 15 minutes and finally topped with crisp bacon.
Check out his video for the complete recipe. I’m gonna take a minute and come up with a decent enough excuse to leave work and make this.
Our boy The Vulgar Chef is doing this new thing he calls #DEEPFryday. We’re guessing it involves a deep fryer at the end of the work week. His first brilliant entry are these amazing Graham Cracker Chocolate Chip Pancakes.
He dunks a stack of chocolate chip pancakes into some egg wash and coats it with graham cracker crumbs. The process is repeated for that extra crunch and then it’s off to the deep fryer.
The result this a gorgeous deep-fried breakfast with a crunchy graham cracker crust.
Mozzarella sticks are the unsung heroes of appetizers. The deep-fried sticks of dairy serve as a precursor to an awesome meal or as an awesome meal themselves. What if there was a way to improve on the simple cheese and breading?
Our pal, The Vulgar Chef, created an ingenious new variation of the iconic mozzarella stick. Taking a mozzarella roll, he stuffed it with ground beef, pepperoni and wrapped the cheese around it. The roll is then thrown into egg wash and breaded.
Here’s the best part, before going into the deep fryer, the giant cheese stick is dusted with Hot Cheetos. What comes next is a Pizza Burger Mozzarella Stick.
Check out the video below for more details on how to make this beefy, cheesy beast.
Our favorite chef with the vocabulary of a sailor decided to create something magical. When we say magical, we really mean cheesy beyond belief. The Vulgar Chef took some crushed Cheetos and mac & cheese and combined them into a dish he proudly calls “Cheetos Crusted Mac n’ Cheese Doughnuts.”
It’s exactly what it sounds like.
After cooking the mac & cheese, he then threw it into a doughnut mold. The mold is then thrown into the freezer and allowed to cool down for a few hours. In the meantime, he took a bag of Cheetos and crushed it.
The doughnuts are dunked into an egg wash and coated with the Cheetos. They’re then fried at a low temperature for about a minute. Just be careful not to burn them by frying too long.
The result is, for lack of a more fitting word, beautiful.
Dessert is probably the first thing you think about when you think about whoopie pies. False! Change your way of thinking. You will now crave something savory.
Our friend The Vulgar Chef has a churlish way of presenting his insanely tantalizing food creations and this Mac And Cheese Whoopie pie is no exception.
The chef was inspired by taking a look at the Thug Kitchen cookbook, a cookbook with healthy alternatives to the crap we usually eat. He wasn’t inspired by any particular recipe in that cookbook though. He was actually upset by it and decided to create something repulsive.
As the chef so gallantly put it, “There is nothing ‘thug’ about pumpkin chili. That’s basic bitch soup.” He then added, “This shit pissed me off so much I needed to make something filthy as fuck.”
So he created a whoopie pie dish using macaroni and cheese buns with an Easy Cheese canned-cheese filling.