Corn Dog Recipe!
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Corn dogs can be eaten instead of a hot dog on a bun. served with a side of baked beans. You can find them sold at many outdoor events or fairs, and they are easy to walk around and munch, as all you have to do is hold the stick and keep walking.

Ingredients

Steps

  1. Take your oil and warm it up to 375 degrees. You can do your mixing and stuff while the oil is heating. Combine the oil, milk, eggs, sugar, and salt in a large bowl. Mix well, and make sure there are no bumps in your batter!
  2. Sift in the baking powder, cornmeal, and all-purpose flour. Make sure you have enough flour to sprinkle on the hot dogs with.
  3. Boil your hot dogs, then dry them off with a clean paper towel.
  4. Dust the hot dogs with flour, but not too much! Only enough so that the cornmeal batter will stick to the hot dogs.
  5. Take your Popsicle sticks or skewers and stick them into your hot dogs.
  6. Your oil should be smoking by the time you finished with the batter and the hot dogs. Now it is time to put the hot dogs into the batter! This is the important part. There are two ways to do this. One, just swirl the hot dogs into the batter and drop them into the oil. Two, take some of your batter and put it in a cup that is as long and narrow as your hot dog is. Then, fill the cup almost all the way full and dip the hot dog in there for an even coat.
  7. Quickly put the batter dog into the oil. Fry only 2 at a time, one in each hand. Or, you could buy one of those fancy holders for deep frying so your hands are free. Do not put too many at a time or they will stick to each other and you will have a mutant dog. Cook for 5 min.
  8. Let your corn dogs cool, and bring out the ketchup and mustard.

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NATIONAL FOOD HOLIDAYS   • NATIONAL CORN DOG DAY: March / Movable March Holiday
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