Ingredients

How to make it

  • Push ice cream stick in each hot dog, set aside
  • mix all ingredients (yes 1/4 cup oil goes in batter)
  • mix well until no lumps.
  • Start with 1/2 cup milk and add as necessary until batter is similar to pancake.
  • Drop in 360 - 370 degree oil and fry until golden.
  • Remove with tongs and drain on paper bag or paper towls.
  • Enjoy!
  • Note: You can purchase the sticks in the craft section of Wal-Mart and craft stores. I used a bread loaf pan for the oil, so it wouldn't take as much. Don't overfill, fill only halfway. Fry two at a time. They cook quick.

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  • goodcookerUK 1 year ago
    This recipe is really good will definitely be using it again in the future but with a bit less sugar.
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  • omnipulchra 1 year ago
    These were perfect! I even used sprouted whole wheat flour and organic Red Mill masa, olive oil in the batter, evaporated cane juice sugar, pastured eggs, used a bit more milk due to the ww flour has the bran and it soaks up more as it sits. I halved the dogs (yes, real beef, uncured) and made minis to use less oil. I used safflower oil to fry in, it's a somewhat safe oil. Despite making these as healthy as possible, they really did taste like real corn dogs from the fair. I made the left over batter into doughnut hole size fritters and coated em with cinnamon sugar..amazing too!
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  • bookworm1994 2 years ago
    these were AMAZING!!!! batter has to be a little thin otherwise they will be crumbly
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  • suninah 2 years ago
    Made these this weekend. What a hit! easy, yummy, versatile.
    Thank u :)
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  • goofyangie 3 years ago
    i have not tried the batter yet but i will today! & instead of hotdogs im doing it with cheese !
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    " It was excellent "
    kaapk9 ate it and said...
    Kids loved em!
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  • nickey43 3 years ago
    I haven't made these yet but plan on doing it soon. but i have a question where can I purchase a corn dog fryer? I don't want them to be flat on one side like i have experienced before.
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    " It was excellent "
    chefloren ate it and said...
    Family loved them. made them for dinner. No more store bought.
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    " It was excellent "
    chefloren ate it and said...
    :-D Woo Hooo !! A definite Bull's Eye with these!
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    " It was excellent "
    jlophoenixrising ate it and said...
    Wonderful, excellent! Thank you!!! I had these last night and they were great!! I loved them and so did my dad! He loves corndogs!!! Got my 5!
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  • dachrb 6 years ago
    When you use the bread pan, do you just put it directly on the stove top and use a thermometer to keep track of the temperature? I can't wait to try these!!
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  • jackmuldoon 6 years ago
    I'm going to try this with some Johnsonville brats! sounds yummy!
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  • arickard 6 years ago
    My boyfriend is from Australia, and has never tried corn dogs. Can you imagine?! Hopefully my attempt at this recipe will do them justice. Thanks!
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  • coffeebean53 6 years ago
    I can't wait to try these on the grandkids!!! Thanks for posting.
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  • absinthebride 7 years ago
    Excellent! My kids will love this!
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    " It was good "
    rt_girl ate it and said...
    I love the state fair corn dogs, funny thing is I am going to the fair tomorrow, and that would have been the first thing I would have gotten. =) Now I can make them at home!!
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    " It was excellent "
    linebb956 ate it and said...
    I had to make these... They were very very good. The only thing I will change is, the hot dogs I had were 4-1. That means quarter pounders... WAY TO BIG. Hubby did not think so, neither did Grandson... but I did. Next dogs I get will be the 5-1. Great post...
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  • krumkake 7 years ago
    Now you've found my weakness - I have to agree with linebb...corn dogs are the reason for going to fairs - but no one makes them with a homemade dipping batter anymore. This will be a "must try". The picture alone sold me...
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  • tinam 7 years ago
    I'll try this one with polish sausage...what a treat for the family! thx :)
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  • chefjeb 7 years ago
    Stone ground is much courser. It is ground by water mills, etc. and the corn goes on a flat stone and another stone wheel sits like a tire on top and rolls around and crushes the corn until it is meal. It's usually more expensive, because it takes longer to make. The stuff you buy at the grocery (Quaker, etc) is processed in machines and is much finer. If you keep grinding it, it becomes corn flour. Jif brand cornbread mix is almost a flour, but still has enough meal to call it meal. Good question. Thanks for asking.
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