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Corn Dogs on a Stick

Corn Dogs on a Stick created by Chef shapeweaver

Hot dogs on a stick wrapped in a delicious corn meal bun.

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  • COMBINE cornmeal, flour and salt in a deep narrow bowl.
  • ADD milk, egg and 2 TBSP vegetable oil, mixing well; set aside.
  • FOR EACH corn dog:

  • Insert wooden skewer into end of frankfurter.
  • Coat with additional flour.
  • DIP one at a time into corn meal mixture.
  • FRY in DEEP HOT oil at 375 degrees until deep golden brown.
  • Repeat with remaining franks.
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@Darlene Summers
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"Hot dogs on a stick wrapped in a delicious corn meal bun."
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  1. Panhandle Sam
    I can't say we enjoyed this recipe. It turned out incredibly thin, and barely left a layer of cornbread over the hot dog. I don't know what I could have done wrong.
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  2. Chef shapeweaver
    Corn Dogs on a Stick Created by Chef shapeweaver
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  3. Chef shapeweaver
    darlene, i made mini-dogs out of this,and i did "quality control" test on one and i found it to be sort of bland and a little on the salty side, i know the pics aren't the best, i made a mistake and used self rising flour.so i made a second batter and i added a little honey mustard. the next batch turned out better.i will make them againb ,but i will add the honey mustard.
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  4. cbw8915
    Corn Dogs on a Stick Created by cbw8915
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  5. cbw8915
    This was my first attempt at corndogs and they were much easier than I expected. I think they were ready faster than frozen ones! I did make a few small changes and those were that I dried off the hotdogs before dipping them into the batter and I had the batter in a tall glass, which made dipping them very easy. Next time I will probably microwave the hotdogs before dipping for about 45 seconds as they didn't get as hot as I would have liked before the batter got browned. Thanks for posting, Darlene!
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