Why wait for fair season to arrive to enjoy a good corndog. You can now have them any time of the year with this easy-to-make recipe.

First, you'll need a box of Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix. Dump the entire thing in a big bowl.

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Eggs

Then crack 4 eggs into the muffin mix, making sure to avoid getting any shells in it. If you do happen to drop a few, just use the cracked shell to scoop them up. Works like a charm every time. And I've done it a LOT!

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Dump in one cup of milk.

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Add two thirds cup of flour.

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Spice Things Up

Spice things up with 1 teaspoon of dry mustard, a half teaspoon of paprika, and a quarter teaspoon of cayenne pepper for a little heat. Mix all of the above ingredients together.

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Roll & Dip the Dogs

Pat your hot dogs with a paper towel and poke with a wooden skewer or stick. Then roll the dogs in cornstarch.

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To make dipping easier, dump your corn mixture into a tall glass and then dunk your dogs.

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Deep Fry

Deep fry the battered dogs in oil heated to 350 degrees. If it's too hot it'll burn the outside and leave the inside raw. If it's too cool, it'll just leave you with a mushy mess. Cook for about 4 to 5 minutes or until golden brown.

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Drain on a paper towel and let cool. Then cover with ketchup, mustard, honey, or even maple syrup, and enjoy.

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