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Guest nini

no, but if you find one let me know! I am craving corn dogs big time!!!!!

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Well, your best bet in finding one is definitely over at www.delphiforums.com and check under "The Best of Mirielle" section - if there is a corndog recipe, she would be the one to have it!!!

Good luck!

Karen

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When you say corn dogs do you just mean dough wrapped around a hotdog? Pigs in a blanket? Because if you do, why don't you try the chebe bread mix and wrap it around a hotdog. I'm having guests over next week and am going to make it as an appetizer. I made their bread balls with cheddar cheese the other day and also tried the bread mix as a pizza crust and all were great. My kids friends were here and they were all eating it!

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Corn dogs are pretty easy to make gluten-free. Mix:

1 cup gluten-free flour (betty Hagman's rice, potato, tap blend is fine)

1/2 cup corn meal

1/2 cup corn flour (finely ground corn meal)

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp salt

1 tsp xanthan gum

1 egg beaten with 1/2 cup milk

pinch of sugar

Mix until well blended. You may need to add a bit more milk (I don't measure my milk and so I'm just guessing on that 1/2 cup.) You want a batter that will coat your hotdogs when they are dipped, the coating should be about 1/4" thick, any thicker and the batter will not cook all of the way before it burns on the outside, too thin and there will be bald spots where the batter splits away from the hotdog during frying.

Heat oil to 350 degrees. Use corn or safflower oil for even cooking.

rinse hot dogs. pat dry, toss dogs with a little corn starch to coat them. Slide a wooden dowel down into the hotdog about 1/3 of the way. Dip the hotdog into the batter making sure the coating gets on the dowel stick a bit. This keeps the coating on the hotdog better during frying. Place the coated dog immediately into the hot oil. Cook until light golden brown, about 2 or 3 minutes. Drain on paper towels. (if you want to cook a lot of corndogs, don't fry them quite so golden. Just let the coating firm up then remove and drain. Freeze corn dogs on a baking sheet until solid then transfer to a freezer bag. To heat, you can put them in a 400 degree oven or refry them.

If you cannot eat corn, try sorghum flour as a substitute for all of the corn flour and arrow root powder or potato starch as a sub for the corn starch.

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Guest nini

I'm going to have to try that one. I have tried so many corndog recipes and they have been miserable failures. And I'm desperate for a corndog!

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I hope it turns out Nini! I too love a good corn dog. I was at Sam's club and saw the big pack of Oscar Mayer all beef hotdogs. I had just posted that recipe earlier and that made me want to buythat whole big package so I could make a big batch of corn dogs. But I resisted...this time! :o

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