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I got this recipe some time ago. Finely made them night before last. Silly me it was more batter then I had hot dogs. Now I need to know if any one knows this recipe and can tell me if I can freeze the rest of the batter for later use with out harming it. Here is the recipe which is a GREAT one by the way.

By Belinda Meeker.

Ingredients:

6 cups gluten-free cornmeal

3 cups gluten-free flour

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It appears to me that it would freeze OK. The consistency might change a bit after freezing. I'd try it and then when you go to use it next time, just do one or two dogs and have a taste test before you fry a whole batch.

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I got this recipe some time ago. Finely made them night before last. Silly me it was more batter then I had hot dogs. Now I need to know if any one knows this recipe and can tell me if I can freeze the rest of the batter for later use with out harming it. Here is the recipe which is a GREAT one by the way.

I don't know about the freezing - but THANK YOU so much for the recipe! My little girl was close to tears at the healthfood store last weekend. She was so excited to see gluten-free corn dogs, but they were more than $8 for a box of 6.

Gina

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I don't know about the freezing - but THANK YOU so much for the recipe! My little girl was close to tears at the healthfood store last weekend. She was so excited to see gluten-free corn dogs, but they were more than $8 for a box of 6.

Gina

I don't know if those are the same as the ones I bought, but the ones that I bought (at Meijer) were NASTY. Paid $8 for the box and then threw them away after the first time. I made my own after that (similar recipe) and it was so much cheaper and tasted much much better. The cooked product does freeze well. I made a big batch and froze the left overs and got them out and reheated in the oven as needed!!

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is there a way to bake something like this? deep frying doesn't bode so well for my smoke alarm (kitchen pyrotechnics anyone?) or my waistline for that matter :P

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is there a way to bake something like this? deep frying doesn't bode so well for my smoke alarm (kitchen pyrotechnics anyone?) or my waistline for that matter :P

One way to do this might be to make corn muffins, and stick a piece of hot dog down into the batter before baking.

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I don't know about freezing the batter but if you throw some chopped onion and green pepper in there I bet it would make a mean hushpuppy!

Now that sounds interesting. I thought about trying to use it for cornbread but 2 ingredients are different in the 2 recipes. Cornbread has the oil and baking powder I think it was. So I don't think that would work with what is already in it. But I am liking the hushpuppy idea.

gdobson, yes you really need to try these they are GREAT. My wife and son who are not gluten free loved them also. But unless you have a ton of hot dogs you may want to cut the recipe in half.

Thank you all again for the help on this,

Grump

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I got this recipe some time ago. Finely made them night before last. Silly me it was more batter then I had hot dogs. Now I need to know if any one knows this recipe and can tell me if I can freeze the rest of the batter for later use with out harming it. Here is the recipe which is a GREAT one by the way.

By Belinda Meeker.

Ingredients:

6 cups gluten-free cornmeal

3 cups gluten-free flour

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