Aren't these too cute?! I can't take credit for the idea. There are actually dozens of versions of this recipe floating around the internet. This one is from the gorgeous blog, Fork and Beans.
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As you can see, her mummy-bandage work is much more sophisticated than mine, but in my defense this was my first try. And, when it comes to mummies, I can work miracles with a roll of toilet paper and some tape! Just ask my kid.
Here's her recipe:
1/2 c. gluten-free all purpose flour mix
1 Tb sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 cup non-dairy milk + 1/2 Tb apple cider vinegar
2 Tb oil
3 Tb. cornstarch (for coating)
4 gf/vegan tofu pups
4 lollipop sticks
Vegetable oil for frying (approx 2 quarts)
1/2 c. Veganaise “mayo” (placed in a squeeze bottle)
Mustard (for the Mummies’ eyes)
- Heat up oil in a deep fryer or in a pot until it reaches 350 degrees (takes 5-7 minutes to heat up approx).
- Roll each hot dog into the cornstarch, creating a thin layer to coat prior to dipping into batter.
- Place a stick into each of the hot dogs and set on a plate.
- Combine the corn meal, flour, salt, baking soda and powder together.
- Add milk + vinegar mix, and oil into dry ingredients mix.
- Dip each hot dog on a stick into the batter. Place into hot oil and cook 3 minutes or until nicely browned.
- Place on a paper towel-lined plate to soak up the excess oil.
- Using the squeeze bottle filled with Veganaise, create lines on the corn dog like mummy bandages.
- Squirt mustard for the eyes.
- I used black sesame seeds for the irises in my mummies' eyes.
- This recipe definitely tasted good, but the batter was thick and crumbly. In the future I think I may try this with Isa Chandra Moskowitz's Beer Batter. It holds together well, and it tastes amazing. Also, I'm addicted to it, so yeah...
- I may also try to make "bloody bandages" with ketchup the next time I do this. I think the taste would be complimentary.