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Entry from July 13, 2021
Korean Corn Dog

Wikipedia: Corn dog
South Korea
In South Korea, a corn dog is one of the most popular street foods. A corn dog is usually called “hot dog” in the Korean language (핫도그), creating confusion with a genuine hot dog. A French fry-encrusted corn dog, or “Kogo,” has especially attracted the attention of Western visitors,[26] including vegans (using vegan hot dogs).
skincare poutine
Just ate a Korean corndog covered in sugar and ketchup. It wasn’t horrible. And they say we eat too much sugar and fat!
8:43 AM · Nov 13, 2009·Twitter Web Client
Bull and Buddha
Another addition to our $3 Happy Hour.  Korean Corn Dogs with Wasabi Mustard. http://fb.me/10EcXvScR
5:29 PM · Oct 12, 2011·Facebook
Anton Lapez
Want me some Korean corndogs. Okay, that sounded wrong BUT that food tasty. Why did I only buy 1? :(
6:33 AM · Nov 27, 2011·Twitter Web Client
PO #jajanankorea
Our special korean corn dog made from beef sausage&frenchfries w/ mayonaise and chili sauce on top only 8rb:) http://lockerz.com/s/220327428
1:13 AM · Jun 27, 2012·erased734497
Travel Pants Korea
#korean #corndogs twice as delicious and unhealthy as their western counterparts.  Who wants one? #travelpan http://instagr.am/p/PYaAghAOog/
12:28 AM · Sep 10, 2012·Instagram
Korean french fries corn dog (Gamja-hotdog: 감자핫도그)
Oct 13, 2020
Today I’m going to show you some fun Korean street food: a hot dog on a stick with french fries! Full recipe: https://www.maangchi.com/recipe/gamja...
Korean Corn Dogs Challenge • The Food Babies
Mar 10, 2021
The Try Guys
I don’t think your ready for all this stretchyyy! The Food Babies are back and ready for their next challenge! Who do you think will will in this Korean Corn Dog Competition?
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Replying to @L3_3D0
for some reason it’s more fun to call them 도깨비방망이 핫도그 (goblin’s club hotdog) though, it’s just a funny reference for a corndog covered in potatoes
6:50 PM · Mar 31, 2021·Twitter Web App
Apr 20, 2021
Cooking With Kiona
1 Cup + 2 Tbsp Flour
2 Tsp Baking Soda
1/2 Tsp Salt
2 Tbsp Sugar
1 Egg
3/4 Milk
2 Potatoes
2 Tbsp Flour
Hot Dogs
Mozzarella Cheese
1 Cup Panko
1/3 Cup Sugar
1/4 Cup Ketchup
1/4 Cup Sriracha
Honey Mustard
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Korean Corn Dog
Korean corn dogs are hot dogs coated in a batter, then deep fried and finished with sugar. They’re sweet and salty and completely delicious.

Posted May 20, 2021 by Stephanie
American corn dogs are battered in a cornmeal batter and Korean corn dogs are battered in a yeasted dough or a rice flour batter.
Korean corn dogs are also finished with a sprinkling of sugar. And last of all, Korean corn dogs don’t actually have to have hot dogs in them. There are plenty of Korean corn dogs that are just mozzarella cheese, fish cake, or rice cakes.
Replying to @STFUSIYEON
i had those once and they were fucking delicious aaaa so crunchy i think the lady who was selling them called them ‘mandeugi hotdog’  though but they must be synonyms
11:09 PM · May 25, 2021·Twitter for Android
Eater—New York
10 Places to Enjoy NYC’s Can’t-Miss Korean Corn Dogs
From the classic, sugar-sprinkled kind to ramen-studded ones

by James Park@jamesyworld Jul 7, 2021, 4:11pm EDT
Korean corn dogs, one of the most beloved street foods in Korea, are suddenly popping up everywhere. In recent months, New Yorkers have been spotted waiting in long lines to get a bite of the extra crispy, slightly sweet, and saucy concoctions filled with mozzarella cheese, a hot dog, or both. These Korean corn dogs set themselves apart from American ones because of their (dare we say: superior) toppings and batter. Some shops use rice flour in the batter, creating a slightly chewy-yet-light texture to every bite. Another pro tip: Don’t go light on toppings, either. To get the whole experience, be sure to ask for the Korean corn dog to be tossed in sugar and drizzled with all types of sauces — from cheesy cheddar sauce to creamy mayo.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityFood/Drink • Tuesday, July 13, 2021 • Permalink

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