"Hear ye, hear ye! Here's something to bring back memories of the county fair. Use 10 wooden skewers for the franks, and dip away!" — MARBALET
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all-purpose flour for dusting
ground cayenne pepper
vegetable oil for frying
This was a quick and easy recipe that turned out wonderful. The kids love them.
I recently found this recipe at all recipes.com, and was excited and pleased
to see it, Ive been searching for a good corn dog recipe for years.
Then I Tried it,what a dissapointment!
the recipe calls for corn flour,and local stores dont sell it (unless they sell it by some other name) so that could be the reason for the poor results. The corn Dogs we made from this recipe were tasteless, and the texture was heavy and tough.
Corn flour is masa harina.
I did not care for this.
I thought this recipe was going to be good, come on "county fair" quality - it was not. I found the batter to be too thick and when it fried it was too hard. I had corn flour in my cupboard, I had it for something else, so I used it, but the amount is so miniscule that I don't even think it would be missed. I will not keep this recipe.
Corn flour can also be found in the Mexican section as "Masa Harina"
I didnt make this either, but you can get corn flour at any mexican market...and I have found it Aldis grocery store also. it is sold as masa harina or masa flour.
I made these in order to take a picture and it bordered on disaster. The batter was too thick so I thinned it - then the batter was not sticking - so I let it sit to thicken up. BTW - the corn flour that is listed as optional I do believe is corn starch. Maybe I just don't know how to fry corn dogs.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
County Fair Corn Dogs
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 372
** Calories from Fat: 261
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