Recipe by Lewis Miller
"This is my own tried and true original corn dog recipe that I have tweaked and modified to my own personal taste. If you like fair dogs, you will love these! After cooking, place corn dog on a towel on a paper plate or wrap in a towel, top with mustard or ketchup, and enjoy!"
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bun-length hot dogs (such as Gwaltney® Bun Sized Jumbo Franks)
vegetable oil for frying
sturdy bamboo skewers
The kids enjoyed these - thanks for the tips of rolling the corn dogs to set the batter. I had really long dogs, so I cut them in half and that worked much better fitting them in the pan. Thanks.
These are good, it does have a thicker dough that adheres to the hot dogs. We liked the flavor also. Thanks for sharing!
Omg! These were fabulous. So good, just like the ones from the fair.
This was so much fun! I didn't have bacon drippings & I think I'll leave out the garlic next time. (Not for kids) I will warn you, this makes a lot! I should have halved it. I used leftover batter to fry up some squash slices...with a little syrup, they tasted just like corn fritters!
This would be good with ketchup.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Corn Cob Puppies (Corn Dogs)
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 293
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