Seriously, though, this link suggests that in Hong Kong, you can order pan fried jello:
"wasn’t impressed by any of the fried items — they would have been a bit better warm, but I also thought the fillings were kinda skimpy and bland. The exception was the water chestnut gelee (although that’s pan fried, not deep fried). The whole concept of hot fried "jello" with water chestnuts sounds strange, but once you’ve tried it, it becomes addictive. I think it was new to several people at the table, and I was glad I’d spotted it on the cart and requested it. I also thought the daan tat were only okay — not nearly as good as the ones I had a couple of weeks ago at Chef’s Wok in Alameda."