Indiana-Style Corn Dogs

Indiana-Style Corn Dogs

"Among the best parts of the many fairs and festivals in Indiana are the corn dogs served there! My family loves corn dogs, so I fix them fairly often at home."
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15 m servings
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  1. In bowl, mix cornmeal, flour, baking powder, salt, sugar, milk, egg, paprika, mustard and pepper. Pour mixture into tall glass. Skewer hot dogs with wooden skewers; dip in mixture. Deep-fry at 375 degrees F until golden brown (about 2 minutes). Drain on paper towels.

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Great tasting recipe. I know from personal experience that the best way to get any batter to stick to the hot dogs it to lightly dust them with cornstarch first but make sure you get off all th...

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Hmmm, tried to bake these on 400 for around 10 minutes. The flavor is pretty good, but probably better overall friend (was dry baked).

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Great tasting recipe. I know from personal experience that the best way to get any batter to stick to the hot dogs it to lightly dust them with cornstarch first but make sure you get off all th...

I love this recipe! I have made these for family gatherings and for parties at work! They're so easy to make and really don't take that long at all. They taste delicious! My only addition to...

Very good - but then homemade corn dogs are always delicious! Nice and thick batter that was pretty easy to work with. My husband and kids LOVED them.

I'm impressed! Perfect! My hubby suggested that I cut the dogs in half and stick the skewar in so that they would be easier to handle in my fry daddy (I still have the old one!) and it worked li...

These were fabulous!! I used Nathans hot dogs and cut them in half and used popsicle sticks. Me and my husband are from Missouri and he said these tasted better than fair corn dogs (and I thoug...

Awesome! My boyfriend's friends were all over working on his car and in gratitude, wanted to make them something really good, but didnt want to do the traditional hamburgers... I actually put a ...

Hmmm, tried to bake these on 400 for around 10 minutes. The flavor is pretty good, but probably better overall friend (was dry baked).

as a hoosier, i was disappointed in the batter. it was average at best. had to cook longer to get the dogs crispy and the batter didn't plump up, leaving too much of a hot dog taste. texture wa...

I have made these so many times. Everyone just loves them-I get so many request for them. I fry them in an asparagas pan I have.

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