State Fair Corn Dogs. Reikia daugiau pasakyti? Summertime brings on memories of fun times at theme parks and fairs. Of course, for me, the memories are mostly of the delicious tastes and smells that hang in the air.
I mean, corndogs are the forefather or grandaddy of the food-on-a-stick craze, right?! Its crazy what you can get deep-fried and on a stick at a state fair! Were talking apple pie, brownies, deep-fried Snickers, deep-fried Twinkies â€“ all on-a-stick!
I really like to use these wooden skewers that I order from Amazon! Theyre extra sturdy and easy to hold. Theyre also good to use for caramel apples, grilling corn on the cob, cake pops, and cookie pops!
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Our state fair has the absolute BEST corn dogs that I have ever had! The soft outer coating has the perfect balance of a light crunch on the outside with a soft and sweet cornbread layer on the inside.
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A wonderful taste of State Fair food, but made simply, easily and more healthy at home. No dipping in batter, no standing over hot oil frying, this is fast and easy! Using fresh, real food ingredients this casserole is great for a weeknight meal served with a fresh green salad, or a take-along to a picnic or covered dish supper. You can use your dried ingredients from your food storage pantry for a camping meal and this works great cooked in a solar oven. Pass the mustard!
Vickilynn Haycraft of Real Food Livinghas been an avid and passionate student of health and nutrition for over 30 years. For the last 25 years Vickilynn has been well-known for her experience reviewing and personally using different tools of the homemaking vocation, focusing on the areas of health and nutrition. ickilynn is a radio show hostess, magazine columnist, trusted product reviewer, cookbook author ofWrapping It Up! and co-author ofNaturally Healthy Cuisine, Real Food for Real Families. She is also apopular and frequent guest on radio shows, expert panels,speaking engagements as well as being full-time wife, home educator and mom of 5 children.
Found the batter too sticky to put on the dogs very well, was big mess but once got a layer on, it stayed put.. like a corn muffin over a hotdog than a corn dog, little cakey. Added more sugar because like batter a bit sweet, but 3 tsp was needed. Also added more flour but then the batter wouldn't stick to the dog & made a weird coating. Still on the search for a great recipe, but might try this one again.
Can anyone tell me what the consistency of the batter is suppose to be? I live in a very dry climate and I can't get the batter to stick to the sausage. Should I add more milk, oil or another liquid to help?
Sorry about my comments which get cut off.. was trying to tell you how good these were using this sausage since they are juicy with the cheddar cheese melted inside. ven better than state fair corn dogs. Also, I sprayed my foiled covered sheet and the dogs with butter flavored spray
I think the secret to this recipe is using a good favored sausage. I used Johnsonville Smoked Turkey with Cheddar cheese sausage which turned out perfect for this recipe. By the time the cornbread was cooked. he sausage was hot
I've made these as corn dog muffins: line muffin tin with cupcake liners, fill 2/3-full with batter, insert 1-inch cut pieces of hot dog or sausage into batter, bake for approx. 20-25 minutes. Kids of all ages love 'em just as much!
So when my son looked at me a couple weeks ago and declared Mommy, I'm hungry for corn dogs. I couldn't blame him. They are one of our favorite summer time treats because we enjoy them at some of our favorite festivals and fairs through the season. With all the yummy treats that await us at every junk food alley we visit, 9 times out of 10 one of us will always choose a corn dog at some point. And for him, it's usually five minutes after we hit the gates of our own Indiana State Fair.
Well, what does a mommy do when it's the middle of January and her favorite boy says he is hungry for a corn dog? Sure, she could go to all the trouble sticking, dipping and frying them. Or. he could take all the same flavors and turn them into a tasty, time friendly, simple casserole the whole family can enjoy, any night of the week!
This corn dog recipe is super easy and tastes x better than any store bought, fair or carnival variety because they are so fresh with the best corn dog batter!
All Corn Dog recipes are not created equal. But THIS Corn Dog Recipe guarantees a buttery, warm, crispy outside giving way to pillowy breaded inside and juicy, savory meaty center. Dunk your homemade Corn Dogs in the irresistible Honey Mustard Sauce and you have a case of cant-cant-stop-eating-deliciousness. Ive also included how to freeze and reheat corn dogs for the yummiest lunch, dinner or snack you ever sunk your teeth into.
My mom packed our lunches every day except for the day I would circle on the school lunch calendar an entire month in advance the day that two special words would make my heart swoon, the day that read:Â Corn Dogs
There is actually quite a bit of controversy around who invented the corn dog. The oldest roots can be attributed to a German Texan, Stanley S. Jenkins who applied for a patent in 1927 for a breaded wiener fryer. The story goes he was not finding success with his native German sausages so he Americanized, by adding batter to his wieners and fried them up!
Over the next 2 decades, multiple people claim their invention of the corn dog. The Fletcher brothers that sold their corny dog at the state fair are among theses. Nevertheless, thank you Mr. Jenkins we appreciate your ingenuity!
Is cornmeal the same as cornflour?
Both are made of ground corn, but the difference is that corn flour is usually ground to a much finer texture than cornmeal. You should not substitute corn flour for cornmeal in this Corn Dog recipe or you will not get quintessential Corn Dog texture.
Can i make these corn dogs gluten free?
I like to use long skewers for my Corn Dogs and cut them in half because I always have them on hand. You can also use candy sticks, which youll find in the craft section at Walmart. They are thinner than Popsicle sticks and work much better.
Its almost time for the kids to head back to school! Are you ready or do you wish summer would last a little longer? Ill admit that Im a little torn. I am sad for summer to end, but it was a nice break and now Im ready to get back to our routine. Im not ready though to get up early every morning again. Back to school though means back to needing some quick and easy meals for dinner, just like this Chili Dog Casserole.
What makes this Chili Dog Casserole even better It is made with State FairÂ® Corn Dogs! I decided to use the Classic Minis Corn Dogs for this recipe. Its almost like having a chili and corn bread in a casserole. Plus, its the best comfort food as we head into the fall season as well.
This dish is just 4 ingredients and I was able to pick it all up at Walmart. There is also a great shopkick offer here too! Wouldnt that be a fun way to end summer? Shopping or movies! Aš taip manau!
State Fair Corn Dogs have at least 5 grams of protein per serving, plus they are made with real meats. There is even an all-beef option as well. The part we love the most? They are dipped in a honey-sweetened batter. When this is mixed in with the chili beans and cheese, it melts in your mouth!
My kids love this as does my husband, we love chili and this just puts all the things we love about chili in one dish. Its a great simple meal, pairs well with a vegetable of your choice too. We typically serve it with a side of corn. That seems to be the kid-approved vegetable around our home. Do you have one you tend to lean toward when adding a vegetable to dinner?