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Better gluten-free Corndog Recipe?

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Hello!

I made my DD gluten-free corndogs today in replacement for regular dogs at a Brownie trip using Sabrett dogs and Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Cornbread Mix. Now, I did make the bread thick, and it was a BIT overdone, but I was doing 10 other things (as usual, right?), and it was my first time. She HATED them, and ended up eating a glutened hot dog that came off a bun without thinking. :/ But she did remember not to eat red Doritos! :P Does anyone have any ideas or better recipes? I explained to her that, as always, it's trial and error, and we will work on it, but I felt bad. Thanks very much!

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Here is what I use....they have turned out really good. I cut the hot dog into thirds, then dip and deep fry in veggie oil. They are on the sweet side, so the kids love them.

1 cup gluten-free flour- I use the Annelise Roberts mix w/brown rice, but I really think whatever blend you use would work.

1 cup cornmeal

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp salt

1 tsp xanthan gum

1 egg beaten with 1/2 cup milk....I use vanilla almond milk for sweetness, and add more if batter looks too thick

1 tbsp sugar

Hope that helps!

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Here is a link to a recipe I make all the time. I am the only one in my house that is gluten free and my two boys (age 4 & 8) and husband love them too.

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/index.ph...c=56619&hl=

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My sister's gluten eating family always made their own corndogs from scratch. I bet this recipe could be adapted using gluten free cornbread mix. (There are lots of them out there)

1 box corn bread mix - mix according to package directions

1 pound of hot dogs - cut into small slivers (small bite size pieces)

cubed cheese - usually velveeta

Place hot dogs and cheese into greased baking pan, pour prepared corn bread batter over cheese and hot dogs. Bake according to package directions. This recipe is not the traditional corn dogs on a stick, but instead eaten with a fork/spoon.

I bet you could make different variations of this recipe, like adding jalapenos, etc.

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two questions

does baking them work as well as frying?

and can a person deep fry even if they dont have a deep fryer? (would something else work as well?)

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two questions

does baking them work as well as frying?

and can a person deep fry even if they dont have a deep fryer? (would something else work as well?)

I don't think baking them would give you the same crunch and texture as deep frying. I've never tried it though, so maybe someone else has had success! I don't have a deep fryer either, I just use a deep sauce pan and pour almost an entire bottle of veggie or canola oil in. It has to get really hot, I don't have a thermometer so I just test it by dropping a tiny bit of batter in. If the oil bubbles, and the batter floats to the top, it's ready. Also, another tip is to not overcrowd the pan. You want the hot dogs to have plenty of room to move around and cook evenly. They turn out so yummy....I make some honey mustard dressing for them, and I'm in gluten free heaven.

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