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Made these for my niece's birthday party and they turned out great. I rolled the hotdogs in flour before I battered them. I also used a tall glass to pour the batter in and then dunk the hotdogs in before frying. Thanks for the great recipe!
10 stars! Something I wish was on that big roomy part of the food pyramid. Made for Alphabet Soup.
Very easy and turned out great! I also used only one egg (plus a little extra milk)and added some onion powder.
Soooo good! I have been making these for some time now. I use only 2 Tablespoons sugar, 1 egg, and add 1/4 tsp. of dry mustard into the flour/cornmeal mix. Also, I use chopsticks for the wooden skewers and put the batter into a large glass and dip the dogs into that! Now I don't have to go to the State Fair! LOL Thanks for posting.
Loved these..I scaled it back for 2 dogs but still used a whole egg so my mixture was a little runny..if I had more hot dogs and did a half mix I'm sure it would have been fine.. I even cooked up the leftover batter into fritters and it was good!!!
I made these as appetizers for our 4th of July block party, and they went over with our neighbors real well! We had several types of mustard to dip them in, to please everyone!
Made this for my Mom and my 18month old son. My son and my mother are both allergic to dairy but with the added allergy of soy for my son as well. So I substituted the milk for his coconut milk. Still delicious! And my son loved them. Finally another food I can add to his short list of foods he can eat. My mother gave them two thumbs up too...she's a corn dog fan. Thank you!
Excellent recipe. I am in Brazil and craving food from home and I noticed they have hot dogs here and a lot of corn bread but no corn dogs, so me and a brazilian friend made some corn dogs and they were great! He loved them too and now he will share with his friends, perhaps start a trend! Many thanks for sharing!
I had a single wooden chopstick and used it to dip the dogs in the batter since I didn't have wooden skewers. I slid them off the chopstick after dipping into the batter, right into the oil, which kept the batter on and allowed for them all to fit in the pan (I only made half a batch and didn't need a huge pan). Kids loved them. I had only 3 hot dogs, so with the remaining batter, I made "cornbread funnel cake". My daughter adores funnel cake and was so excited. We had sliced granny smith apples on the side. We called it "carnival night" because it was like having dinner at the carnival. I'm thinking she'll be asking for this on a regular basis, maybe next time some caramel dipping sauce for the apples! Thanks for sharing!
I made these for me and my boyfriend one late night and they turned out perfect. The recipe was very easy to follow, thank you for that. I'm also thankful to those that decided to post their helpful tips in their comments like, rolling the hot dog in flour before dipping them in batter and using a tall glass to make battering easier. Now I won't ever have to buy frozen store bought corn dogs again! haha. Thanks for the great recipe.