Homemade corn dogs, the perfect mix of goodness and savoriness. A perfect representation of comfort food! A fun snack or meal that is coated in a layer of cornmeal batter and deep-fried to perfection.
The history of corn dogs is still unknown. However, one thing is for sure. It was created sometime between the 1920s and 1940s. Although, several vendors from Texas, Illinois, and California claim the invention of the corn dogs, verification of these claims is impossible. Some sources say Carl and Neil Fletcher were the inventors of this great comfort food at a Texas Fair in 1942.
Corn dogs emerged as a popular carnival food item because they are inexpensive and easy to cook. Corn dogs are enjoyed across the globe. They are also common in school cafeterias and can be purchased at grocery stores. But making them from scratch and pairing them with some good rosé wines is easy and a great idea. Fresh is always better.
Homemade corn dogs can be made with high-quality sausage and the perfect batter. One thing to make it more interesting is to add herbs and spices. Adding a cup of beer to the batter mixture will create an exciting crunch and flavor too. You can also enjoy this with the best barbecue in town.
This homemade corn dog recipe is an excellent partner with rosé wines. Here is the list of rosé wines we suggest pairing these corn dogs with.
- Saignee Method Rosé
- Tempranillo Rosé
- Bandol Rosé
- Garnacha Rosado