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  • >>Hilah: Hey guys. Welcome to Hilah Cooking. Don’t you just love corn dogs? I do. Today

  • were going to make homemade corn dogs with homemade batter and were going to homemade

  • fry them in our homemade deep fryer. It’s actually a deep fryer that I bought. But anyway,

  • let’s do it!

  • [music]

  • [How to Make Corn Dogs]

  • >>Hilah: All right. I’m assembling the batter and here I have cornmeal, flour, baking soda,

  • baking saltwait! Baking salt? Baking powder and salt and then I mix in my wet ingredients

  • here. The recipe calls for buttermilk but I didn’t have any because I screwed up.

  • I’m sorry. But I put regular milk in and just added like a teaspoon of vinegar. Voila!

  • Buttermilk. Now, I’m going to grate a third of a cup of onion.

  • OK. So I’m going to use a Microplane because I like it super little but if you want little

  • chunks, you could use a bigger grater or you could dice it with your knife or you could

  • put it in the blender or you could put it in a bag maybe and then hit it with a hammer

  • a bunch and pulverize it like the Hulk would do.

  • I don’t know how effective that would be but it might be fun. Now this is not going

  • to be one third of a cup by the time I’m done because it’s so amazingly mashed. But

  • that’s OK because I know that that hunk of onion that I cut off was about a third

  • of a cup worth of onion in volume.

  • So we will still get the same amount of onion flavor. OK. Whatever. Put that in with my

  • homemade buttermilk and I’m crying because it’s so good. Put that little bit in there

  • and then eight ounces of this. This is a 14-ounce can, so that means just a little bit more

  • than half the can, I think.

  • You guys tell me if I’m wrong because math was not my strong subject. Just kidding. I

  • was pretty good at math. OK. Just combine that together and then we will pour this into

  • our big bowl of dry ingredients and whisk it together to combine. Eww, it sounds gross.

  • Here I go. I don’t want to mix it too much. If there are still some lumps, that’s OK.

  • Just get all the dry stuff from the bottom. OK. This looks good. I’m going to set it

  • aside to rest while my oil heats up. In that 10 minutes, the cornmeal is going to absorb

  • the liquid. The batter is going to really thicken up a lot. So it’s very important

  • for thickening and also to soften the cornmeal granule so you don’t get real gritty batter.

  • If it’s too thick when youre done, we can add a little bit more milk but we will

  • check all that out and right now, I’m going to get some dogs on some sticks and get some

  • oil hot. Yeah, yeah!

  • OK. Were ready to make some corndogs. I got my Fry Daddy. I’ve got a bunch of shortening

  • I’m going to put in here. You can use peanut oil but I personally like shortening because

  • it’s easier to clean up and also I love trans fats and heart disease. Just kidding.

  • Whatever, it’s once a year. I’m not going to kill myself this way. Probably not.

  • This Fry Daddy that I have only has one heat temperature on. I lost the manual so I don’t

  • know what temperature it fries up, but fries to a golden brown temperature. That’s what

  • I’m talking about. So this whole thing goes in here.

  • All right. I put some paper down because I don’t want to get oil all over my fancy

  • countertops that I just bought. So you could put a – normally I put an old towel down

  • but I don’t know where that old towel went. That’s clean. Who wants to lick the canister?

  • OK. I’m going to plug this baby in like so and that’s going to start heating up

  • right away. In the meantime, I have my dogs and I have them on a plate of cornmeal or

  • cornstarch and that’s important because that’s going to help the batter stick to

  • them. So I just want to like roll them around in the cornstarch and then stab them with

  • the stick like theyre a vampire.

  • And then stick this gently. Gently. You do not want to puncture the side walls of the

  • hotdog. Just keep it going straight and easy, just easing it in, just easing it in. Easing

  • it in. You should look at your hotdog when youre doing this. But I’m a pro so I

  • can look at the camera and do it. OK.

  • All right. I’m going to do a couple of these while that oil heats up. It’s already melting

  • real good. Less insertion. I should be a wiener surgeon. OK. I’m just going to get these

  • all covered in my stuff.

  • I lied a little bit too. This is actually sweet rice flour because I ran out of cornmeal

  • but usually it’s cornmeal but I’ve tried this before too and it works. So give me a

  • break.

  • Either way, I don’t really know what else to do with rice flour besides to make American

  • corndogs. I’m going to rinse my hands. That’s heating up. I’m going to check theactually,

  • F rinsing my hands. I love weenie juice on my hands. I’m going to check the consistency.

  • All right. This might be a teeny bit thick but actually as I stir it, it’s loosening

  • up a little bit. So I’m going to not add any milk for now and try one, and if the batter

  • falls off, then somebody else has to eat that one.

  • All right. I remember that I have a deep fry thermometer. So get your oil hot to 375. This

  • is 370 but it has been at that for a while so I give up. Close enough.

  • All right. Come on. Dip a dog. So, put it in like that and then use a spoon to sort

  • of scoop the batter. Give it a little twirl. Get it totally coated. All right. Put a little

  • spin and then put it in there.

  • Just twirl it around in there and see it’s already getting nice and golden brown and

  • it gets real lumpy. It’s not going to look like the ones that you get at the state fair

  • but it’s going to taste 100 times better.

  • OK. Apparently I have absolutely no sense of time because it has been one minute and

  • that looks pretty beautifully brown to me. So I’m going to set it on that paper and

  • drain it for a second.

  • It’s fun because you can imagine all kinds of weird shapes and faces that are in your

  • lumpies. That kind of looks like boobs all over it to me. It’s a bunch of boobs. OK.

  • Perfect.

  • Now I’m going to eat this one that has been cooling for a little while. Dip in my secret

  • sauce. I love corndogs. Be careful if you give this to a small child because there’s

  • a stabby part in it. So, lesson learned kids. Be careful when you eat.

  • [sings] You can make your own corndogs because this is America.

  • OK. I’m going to finish eating my corndog. But if you want the actual written down instructions,

  • you can check out HilahCooking.com and leave me some comments and stuff, and be my fan

  • on Facebook and then we will be BFFs forever. Bye!

  • [music]

>>Hilah: Hey guys. Welcome to Hilah Cooking. Don’t you just love corn dogs? I do. Today

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