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Unread 11-06-2013, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default Corn Dogs ?

I know not bbq but I do throw some on the grill once in a while.

I need a recipe for a batter. This is my try:
and was way too thick, although they did taste good.

Ideas???? Want the county fair type.

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Unread 11-06-2013, 08:03 PM   #2
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They look pretty perfect to me! I'm assuming just thin out the batter with some more water?
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Looks just like a corn dog is supposed to look. Why do you think the batter was too thick?
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Looks good to me also....
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What was the recipe you used
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I always wanted to try these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5p80LS_CCik

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Looks good to me too, I like a thicker batter.
I'm gonna make a sourdough batter, starting tomorrow, have to try that on corn dogs.

When we do corn dogs over the fire, as long as the cast iron
deep frier is going, I batter and deep fry everything that gets in my way, cheese
brocoli, cauliflower, candy bars, etc, till the batter is all gone
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I always wanted to try these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5p80LS_CCik

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I had to paint the batter on it was so thick. I was going for a dip and drip and fry.....

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What was the recipe you used
1 c yellow corn meal
1 c flour
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp black pepper
1/4 c white sugar ( I wanted a sweet batter )
4 tsp baking powder
1 egg
1 c buttermilk

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Quote:
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I know not bbq but I do throw some on the grill once in a while.

I need a recipe for a batter. This is my try:
and was way too thick, although they did taste good.

Ideas???? Want the county fair type.

thanks,

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Ad more liquid, (buttermilk, or water, or beer) a little at a time
until it is the thickness you want it to be.
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Yum looks good
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Try a box of "Jiffy Mix", not bad if you like a slightly sweet breading on your "dog". Thin as necessary to your liking. Down and dirty recipe my wife has used for years for the kids. As good or better than the pre-made frozen ones from the supermarket.

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I prefer to use corn flour instead of corn meal, it results in a smoother batter. And a little less flour. Also, I like to mix 1:3 baking soda to baking powder, the leavening is better.
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I use corn meal, but agree with Landarc's statement about the powder/soda ratios.
The other thing I do is batter them by inserting two toothpicks into the ends of the dog, then twisting it in the batter. I get a thin, even coat along the dogs, and then I throw them into the fry oil. Gets me the coating I crave every single time.
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