Mini American Dogs

These are a real hit at a kids party, everyone will love them!

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)
Makes 16 Prep: 15 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Hot cake mix 150g
Milk 100ml
Egg (medium) 1
Sausages (arabiki or chipolata) 16
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Cocktail sticks 16
Ketchup and mustard as you like

Method

1
Boil the sausages first for 3 minutes. Put the hot cake mix powder in a bowl with the egg and milk and whisk well.
2
Start the oil heating to 160C. Skewer the sausages with a cocktail stick to half way. Lightly dredge with the potato starch or cornflour.
3
Dip each sausage into the batter and coat liberally.
4
Deep fry in the hot oil for 3-4 minutes. It will brown very quickly, so keep the temperature just under 160C.
5
Being homemade, they look a bit odd but taste so wonderful. Drizzle over mustard and ketchup as you like.
6
I used this hot cake mix - it has everything in it already to make the delicious batter. It's sort of cheating but your guests will be happy!

Tips & Note

Challenge: if you use arabiki sausages and this hot cake mix, then drizzle with with ketchup and mustard and you don't enjoy it, I'd love to know why!

Mini American Dogs

These are a real hit at a kids party, everyone will love them!

Recipe By: Torajiro Kuruma (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/62)

Makes 16

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Hot cake mix 150g
Milk 100ml
Egg (medium) 1
Sausages (arabiki or chipolata) 16
Potato starch or cornflour as required
Cocktail sticks 16
Ketchup and mustard as you like

Mini American Dogs

Recipe ID :2195 Posted on 22 NOV 2016

Makes 16

Prep 15min
Cook 15min
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15min
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15min
1
Boil the sausages first for 3 minutes. Put the hot cake mix powder in a bowl with the egg and milk and whisk well.
2
Start the oil heating to 160C. Skewer the sausages with a cocktail stick to half way. Lightly dredge with the potato starch or cornflour.
3
Dip each sausage into the batter and coat liberally.
4
Deep fry in the hot oil for 3-4 minutes. It will brown very quickly, so keep the temperature just under 160C.
5
Being homemade, they look a bit odd but taste so wonderful. Drizzle over mustard and ketchup as you like.
6
I used this hot cake mix - it has everything in it already to make the delicious batter. It's sort of cheating but your guests will be happy!

Tips & Note

Challenge:if you use arabiki sausages and this hot cake mix, then drizzle with with ketchup and mustard and you don't enjoy it, I'd love to know why!

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