a hot dog that is put on a stick, coated in a mixture of cornmeal and fried before being served
What is "corn dog"?
A corn dog is a popular American street food that consists of a hot dog on a stick that is coated in a cornmeal batter and deep-fried until crispy and golden brown. The hot dog is typically a beef or pork sausage, and the batter is made from a mixture of cornmeal, flour, milk, eggs, and seasonings. The corn dog is cooked in hot oil until the batter is crispy and the hot dog is cooked through. Corn dogs are often served on their own or with condiments such as ketchup, mustard, or barbecue sauce. They are a popular food choice at fairs, carnivals, and other outdoor events, and are also available in many fast food restaurants and convenience stores. The sweet and savory combination of the crispy cornmeal batter and the juicy hot dog has made corn dogs a beloved food item among Americans for generations.