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Corn dogs are hot dogs dipped in corn batter, deep fried and served on a stick. Corn dogs were supposedly created in 1942 for the Texas State Fair by Neil Fletcher.

Corn dogs are an excellent source of calories, fat, cholesterol and salt. 

Corn Dogs seem to be a school lunch menu staple, in many forms:

    • Corn Dogs
    • All Beef Corn Dogs
    • Vegetarian Corn Dogs
    • Lite Corn Dogs enhanced with Soy
    • Turkey Corn Dogs
    • Turkey Corn Dog Nuggets
    • Chicken Corn Dogs

There are all sorts of recipes to be found for corn dogs:

    • Spicy Corn Dogs
    • Texas Corn Dogs (the original)
    • Meatless Corn Dogs
    • Vegetarian Corn Dogs
    • Corn Dog Casseroles,
    • Corn Dog Casseroles from scratch
    • Corn Dog Casseroles using Jiffy Cornbread Mix
    • Corn Dog Casseroles using Vegetarian Hot Dogs
    • Corn Dog Muffins
    • Pillsbury Corn Dog Twists
    • Corn Dogs & Taters
    • Corn Dog Bites
    • Corn Dog Mix
    • Corn Dog Nuggets
    • Mini Corn Dogs
    • Foot Long Corn Dogs




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