10 June 2009

You never know what I'll make for dinner




One of my favorite beverages.

The recipe calls for canned creamed corn.  
I used fresh from the cob (2 cobs)

Tuesday's menu:
Homemade corndogs & mango lassi.

12 comments:

  1. Oh, YUM! Please, let me have one!

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  2. I love corn dogs, wish I could have joined you!

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  3. yum-m-m-m!

    Come to the beach and we'll make them.
    Never had your corn dogs....or lassi.

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  4. I LOVE corndogs. I'm definately going to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. We are BIG corn dog fans here at our house. I'm going to try those post haste. Any special "franks" you'd recommend using?

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  6. That looks like it would yummy and a lot of fun to do with kids. Now I know what I am doing for dinner tonight. Thanks for sharing!
    ps how did you stumble upon that website?!

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  7. you need to post more of your recipes! these look so yum!

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  8. Ginna;; just use whatever hotdog you would normally buy. Dipping the hotdogs won't give you a coating of batter, though. You have to kind of mold it on with your other hand and drop it in the oil, which I find is best around 350 degrees. Pearl had the job of putting the sticks in the hotdogs and rolling them in cornstarch--which by the way you don't add to the batter.

    Pam::I had another recipe that I really liked but couldn't find it, and googled it. This was the closest I could find to my other one.

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  9. Katy, what kind of oil did you use?

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  10. thanks for the cornstarch tip. Making it now, and wasn't sure!

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