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Korean Cheesy Corn Dogs

Korean Cheesy Corn Dogs 

Korean corn dog, otherwise known as gamja hot dog, is a satisfying street food that's common in the night markets in Seoul. Popping up in Taiwan, Japan, and China, this delicious snack is finally making its way over to The States and Europe


  •  150 milliliters of lukewarm water
  •  5 grams of dry yeast
  •  2 tablespoons of sugar
  •  200 grams of all-purpose wheat flour
  •  1 teaspoon salt
  •  4 sausages
  •  250 grams of mozarella or manchego cheese in strips or fingers
  •  1 potato
  •  1 tablespoon of corn starch
  •  1 cup panko breadcrumbs
  •  Oil
  •  flag sticks


 1. Begin the Korean flags recipe by preparing the dough.

 2. First, in a preferably large container, pour the warm water and mix with the dry yeast and sugar.  Dissolve all the ingredients well.

 3. When the yeast and sugar have dissolved, add the wheat flour and mix until a homogeneous and slightly sticky and elastic texture is obtained.

 4. Then, spread it all over the container and cover with a damp cloth.  You must let it ferment in a warm place for 20 minutes.

 5. While the dough is fermenting, peel and chop the potato into small cubes, keep in mind that everything must be of a uniform and small size so that it adheres well to the dough.

 6. Place the potato in a bowl and add a tablespoon of cornstarch.  Mix well and reserve.

 7. Next, cut the sausage and cheese, you can cut the sausage in half and complete with cheese, or it can also contain just sausage or just cheese.  Insert the wooden toothpick ¾ of the way through.

 8. After the resting time of the dough and when you have noticed that it has grown in size, it is time to prepare the banderillas.

 9. Choose one and wrap it with the dough turning slowly so that it adheres well.

 10. Now you have two options: take the banderilla directly to breading with panko or go through the potato first and then through the panko.  The decision will depend on your taste.

 11. In a pan or pot with enough hot oil, fry the banderillas for a few seconds, turning them if necessary to avoid burning.

Enjoy your Korean Cheesy Corn Dogs 

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