Corn Fried Frankfurters

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Corn Fried Frankfurters

Most foods are better on a stick. Corn dogs are one of life’s guilty pleasures. Nestled atop a stick, a Field Roast Frankfurter wrapped in a sweet cornmeal batter and fried to golden perfection will cause a rush of county fair and childhood memories. Cut the Frankfurters in half before dipping in the batter and frying to make mini corn dogs perfect to snack on while watching the Big Game.

Cook Time:
5
Prep Time:
10
Yield:
6 servings

Ingredients

1 package Field Roast Frankfurters
1 1/4 cup Flour
3/4 cup Fine cornmeal
1 TBS Vegan egg replacer or ground flax
4 TBS Sugar
1 tsp Salt
1 tsp Baking powder
1 cup Soy milk (plus additional soy milk to thin batter if needed)
Oil, for frying
6 Corn dog sticks or chop sticks
Flour, for dusting
Yellow mustard, for serving

Preparations

Heat fryer oil to 350°F.

Mix dry ingredients and add 1 cup of soy milk and mix until smooth. Add additional soy milk if needed until batter has a consistency of pancake batter.

Insert sticks into Field Roast Frankfurter and roll in flour. Brush off excess flour.

Dip in batter, shake off excess batter, and gently lower into hot oil. Fry for 3-5 minutes until golden brown.

Serve hot with a side of yellow mustard.

Corn Fried Frankfurters

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halfy

By cut in half do you mean lengthwise or widthwise? if it's the latter, why a whole pack of 'furters?
Or do you mean to put the stick in between both lengthwise halves, hold it together while dipping, then frying?
Thanks! :)

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Lacey

To make mini corn dogs, you can cut each Frankfurter in half lengthwise and put each half on its own stick. Enjoy!

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Emily

do you cook the frankfurters before? 3 minutes in fryer oil doesn't sound like it would heat them all the way through..

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David Wolf

No need to cook the Frankfurters beforehand! Frying for 3-5 minutes until golden brown should cook through the Frankfurter. Hope that helps!

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