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Have you considered a thicker batter and/or setting/freezing the corndog prior to baking? I expect the oils and liquids from the hotdog are creating a non-stick coating causing the batter to slide before it has a chance to cook. Maybe you could make a cornmeal based dough that you can wrap around the hotdog. It wouldn't be the original corndog, but will ...


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I'm not sure about blending the cornmeal, though I would be interested to hear if it works, but if all you want is to try and keep the batter from falling off, you might try changing the hotdogs instead. Hotdogs have a smooth texture, there's not a lot for the batter to grip onto. You might try mechanically roughening the surface, using crisscross ...


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Take a sharp knife, and cut a vague circle or square into one end of the bun (no problem how it looks) - depending on preference, it can be deeply angled, or pretty shallow. Work the plug of bread out. Levering your knife towards the middle of the bun should pop it out, if not try a few times on opposite sides. Take a butter knife, and slide it into the ...



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