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Cliff and Fjord’s corn dogs

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I’m not the only one who likes likes to play in the kitchen,  when Cliff finds the time to cook or bake what he makes is generally pretty awesome.  Now and then he makes corn dogs which are great kids food (and we enjoy them too).  Here is his recipe.

corn-dogs

Dad and Fjord’s corn dogs (makes approx 28)

1 cup yellow maize meal
1 cup flour
4 tsp (20 ml) baking powder
4 tsp (20 ml) chicken spice
2 tsp sugar
1 egg
pepper to taste
milk to make batter

Vienna sausages and sticks

We make an egg free version because Fjord is allergic to egg, using a product called ‘Orgran No-Egg’ available at Dischem.  Using that egg replacer we can do smaller quantities in which case to make 7 the recipe is as follows

Dad and Fjord’s corn dogs with Orgran egg replacer powder (Makes 7)

¼ cup yellow maize meal
¼ cup flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp chicken spice
½ tsp sugar
¼ measure no egg
pepper to taste
milk to make batter

METHOD

  • Combine batter ingredients and add enough milk to make a spreadable consistency.  You may need to add more milk as you go as the mixture  thickens while you work.
  • Heat about 160ml oil in a non stick frying pan on medium heat.  A depth of about 1 cm oil in the pan
  • Place Vienna sausages on sticks
  • Using a knife spread the batter onto the sausages
  • When the oil is hot (bubbles when you dip sausage in), fry the corn dogs turning almost constantly, particularly at first, until golden brown.
  • Remove and place on paper towel to mop up any excess oil.

Eat and enjoy!

 

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