10 hot dogs2 eggs1 cup flour1 cup cornmeal1 cup milk2 tablespoons melted butter2 teaspoons baking powder1 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon sugar10 wooden skewersAbout 3 cups vegetable oil
1 Bring about three cups of water to boiling in a large saucepan. Add hot dogs and bring back to boiling. Remove from heat and cover for 20 minutes.
2 Pour enough oil to a two-inch depth in a skillet and heat to 350°F. Place over medium heat.
3 Combine the eggs, flour, cornmeal, milk, butter, baking powder, salt, & sugar. Pour the mixture into a tall glass.
4 Remove the hot dogs from the water and dry them with paper towels. Insert a skewer into each hot dog. Be sure to leave about a two-inch handle. Dip the hot-dog into the batter & let the excess drip back into the glass.
5 Test the heat of the oil by dropping a bit of dough in the pan. It is ready once the dough browns quickly. Fry each corn dog for two minutes, turning often, until golden brown.
Recipe From: Beau Pitcher
Category: Main Dishes
Date Added: June 1, 2011