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    • Corn Dog Mix

      How To: Estimate how much paint you need for exterior-corndog.jpg Corn dogs are an American Favorite, particularly at Fairs and carnivals. You don't have to pay $2 or more for a corndog, you can make them at home in just a few minutes time!


      1 cup flour
      2/3 cups corn meal
      1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
      2 tablespoons sugar
      2 tablespoons shortening


      Combine all ingredients in Jar Or vacuum seal bag, makes 1 pkg mix.


      To use:
      1 egg
      2/3 c. milk
      1lb Hotdogs

      Combine mix, eggs and milk.

      Insert wooden sticks into hot dogs. Dip hot dogs into batter, coating thoroughly. Deep fry until batter is browned.
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      Comments 4 Comments
      1. MabelMartha's Avatar
        MabelMartha -
        Making these today. Instead of using sticks, I'm making mini corn dogs. Love them with a little good mustard!
      1. MabelMartha's Avatar
        MabelMartha -
        Making these today. Instead of using sticks, I'm making mini corn dogs. Love them with a little good mustard!
      1. MabelMartha's Avatar
        MabelMartha -
        Checked another website and the oil temperature range was from 375-385F. I'm going to shoot for 380F.
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        FreebieQueen -
        Quote Originally Posted by MabelMartha View Post
        Checked another website and the oil temperature range was from 375-385F. I'm going to shoot for 380F.

        Just be careful what kind of oil you use, different oils have different flash points and higher temps can cause a fire.


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