Vegan Corn Dog Recipe

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Vegan Corn Dog Recipe

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Ingredients

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10 Veggie Hot Dogs - Regular My preferred choice is the Lightlife brand
10 Toffee Apple Wooden Skewers
1 1/2 cups Cornmeal - Yellow
1 1/2 cups All Purpose Flour
3/4 cup Sugar
6 teaspoons Baking Powder
3/4 teaspoon Salt
1/4 teaspoon White Pepper
1 1/2 tablespoons Flax Seed
1 1/2 cups Almond Milk

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Bon appetit, vegan style, the Vegan Chop House way. The home of crazy good food.

  • 45 mins
  • Serves 10
  • Easy

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If you can’t join them, beat them by adding a vegan corn dog recipe to your list! Vegan corn dogs that bring smiles all round. Who said you can’t have it all ways? A vegan corn dog recipe is the perfect way to bring life to vegan dogs. For omnivore converts like me, there are some things that you just wish you could bring back. It’s not just the food. It’s the associations of certain foods to certain seasons, events, memories. Corn dogs are an American tradition, like the fourth of July. They’re summer time fun. Well, welcome back to fun. Our vegan corn dog recipe is not only so much more delicious than regular corn dogs, they’re great on your taste buds, your health and your conscience too.

Being vegan doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your taste buds. At the Vegan Chop House you can find a number of non-vegan favorites that have been painstakingly adapted to a vegan preference. Think being vegan is all about eating just fruits and vegetables without adding taste or texture. Think again. At the Vegan Chop House, it’s about enjoying crazy good food. Our vegan corn dog recipe is just one more example of a great vegan dish that brings pleasure to non-vegans and vegans alike. Don’t sacrifice your taste buds, try our vegan corn dog recipe.

Make enough for the freezer and reheat as needed. They’ll still taste great.

Looking for a few other Vegan Chop House favorites to capture everyone’s attention? Start with these; Veggie Burger, Portabella Mushroom Burger, Vegan Buffalo Wings, Caesar Salad, and Sloppy Joes.

Bon appetit, vegan style, the Vegan Chop House way. The home of crazy good food.

Inspired by Suzzanna’s recipe for Corn Dogs on AllRecipes.

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Ingredients

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Grind the flax seed to a powder if needed. Take a large mixing bowl and add all of the dry ingredients to the bowl. Whisk the ingredients together to make sure the ingredients are well mixed. Add the milk to the mixing bowl and mix well with a spoon. Add a little more milk at a tablespoon at a time if the mixture is too stiff. Flour pulls the moisture out of the air. So, depending on the season or the climate your liquid needs can change throughout the year. One tablespoon too much or too little is the difference between success and that other thing that happens to other people. Too thin and it doesn’t coat the dog heavily enough. Too thick and the batter wants to pull the dog off the skewer during the dipping process. Place your batter mixture in the refrigerator for 10 minutes.

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Remove the skewers from the water and proceed to carefully impale the dog on the skewer. Leave about 2 inches of skewer sticking out of the dog. Dry the dogs on a paper towel.

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Place 2 quarts of vegetable oil in a large saucepan. You want about 4 inches of oil in the pan. Never fill a saucepan more than just under half-way with oil when deep frying. Heat the oil to roughly 365 F / 185 C. A simple test if you don’t have a frying thermometer is to place a wooden spoon into the oil. When the air in the spoon starts to bubble with some energy you’re close enough.

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While the oil is heating, pour the batter mixture into a jar. I use a Nutribullet jar. Any handheld blender/shaker type flask will do the trick. Place 3 skewered dogs into the batter mixture.

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Once the oil is hot enough, take 1 dog by the stick and gently twist as you pull the dog from the batter. Continue to twist as you raise the bottom end up to catch the batter. Place the dog gently into the oil. Repeat with the remaining 2 dogs as quickly as you can safely perform the task. Make sure the corn dogs are not sticking to each other. Give a gentle stir. Set the timer on 3 minutes. Prepare more dogs in the same fashion.

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Place a plate with a paper towel next to the saucepan. When the timer goes off, gently remove the corn dogs with kitchen tongs, and place on the paper towel. Repeat as needed. The uncooked batter will continue to thicken as it sits. If the batter becomes too thick, add a teaspoon of milk and stir. If you have left over batter, cut dogs into three and dip into the remaining batter. Use a slotted spoon to gently place the bite sized corn dogs into the oil.

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Once all of the corn dogs are finished frying, remove the oil from the heat and turn off the heat.

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Serve warm, with tomato ketchup and mustard.

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