Dudes,leave this poor Dipdog guy alone-his recipe is a secret-he is not going to tell you.Just go there and enjoy a Dipdog-sound really good.[:p]
good to know. May be down that way soon.
We look forward to having you stop in. Yum Yum nothing like a dipdog and freshly made Onion Rings. See ya in March.
Doesn’t have quite the same consistency as a beer batter. Whatever it is,they’re pretty good.
I’ll be swinging by for a feed of ’em in March for sure….maybe a side of those monster onion rings as well. [:p]
I’d say its a beer batter similar to good fish and chips.
I dont think I would try that combination.. Doesn’t sound to good. THis is what makes DIPDOGS so unique its a secret recipe and takes several steps to make the perfect DIPDOG>
Try mixing flour with soda water. The batter should be fairly thin. Throw in a couple drops of yellow food coloring. This will make a crispy golden batter.
Hmmmmm…..concept is similar but the texture is different. Dip Dogs have bit of a crunch to them , batter is lighter.
You need a good 3 or four to make a meal in my book too…just regular sized franks.
Are dipdogs corndogs? Not sure what to expect. I don’t get down that way too often but I keep threatening to go down to Bristol.. but that doesnt happen often with me working all the time and living up in Goochland.
Except 2 freshly made DIPDOGS????[;)]
We will be looking forward to you coming and having a DipDog.. [:)]
see you soon.
I’ll be flying over there in March so I’ll be stopping in for a dipdog lunch first chance I get…see ya around noon 3/13 [:D]
I don’t even have to remember where it is…I just follow the cop cars out there [;)]
Think that I’ll fix dip dogs again this weekend, not to be confused with a DIPDOG which everyone knows are far superior! [;)] Guess that I’ll have to settle for my "not so famous" dip dogs.
sounds like you have an interesting recipe.. But sure that is not DIPDOGS but any way thanks for trying. You have a WONDERFUL DAY.
I fix dip dogs using whatever my wife has on hand – usually it’s a pancake batter (an inexpensive pack costs about fifty cents), but onion ring batter works also. Roll the weiners in flour (makes the batter adhere), use tongs to dip the weiners in the batter, let the excess batter run off the end of the weiner and place in the "Fry Daddy". I don’t use sticks, ’cause the weiner with a stick won’t fit in the "Fry Daddy".
Experiment with other flour based batters (might want to consider beer as an ingredient) untill you find one that suits your taste.
Try this and enjoy your dip dogs!
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