Homemade Corn Dogs Recipe


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Are you looking for a food recipe that is a fun food for the whole family, especially your children? For sure, you already know that some children can be a little hard to feed with foods. They are usually picky when it comes to what to eat. Sometimes, they tend to eat the same food over and over again. Now the question is, do your children love eating hot dogs? Are you worried about their health because of this? Well, worry no more since you can now make a simple hot dog into a more nutritious recipe. With that being said, you can consider making a Homemade Corn Dogs Recipe.

To some people, this particular hot dog recipe is something that they think their family will not like and that they will want the traditional hot dog in a but. But the truth is, this is a good way to feed your family with hot dogs in another form. Rest assured that they will love it since it is delicious and hard to ignore once you taste it.. The best thing about this hot dog recipe is it is very simple to make, and it doesn't take much time to prepare. The ordinary hot dog that you can buy in any store will be the star in this mouth watering recipe. What you need to do is simply dip the hot dog into the mixture of yellow cornmeal and all-purpose flour. Deep-fry it afterwards. We suggest you use a good all meat quality hot dog.

Do not worry if you do not have deep fryer equipment in your kitchen. You can always make use of a medium size pot in deep-frying it. Once cooked, you let it cool a couple minutes so no one burns their mouth when they bite into it. Its great served with dipping sauces like mustard and ketchup. A fun meal for the entire family. Now it is time for you to enjoy! The link to the recipe is found on the "Life in the Lofthouse" website below.


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