National Corndog Day
(Also known as National Corn Dog Day)
National Corndog Day is observed next on Saturday, March 16th, 2024 (361 days from today).
Corn dogs are made from sausages (often the same type as hot dogs - hot dogs, often with added mustard, ketchup, onions, mayonnaise, spices, ...) mounted on a small stick, outside Cover with a thick layer of deep-fried cornmeal. Because of the popularity of the corndog, National Corndog Day is celebrated every year on March 21 to recognize the popularity of this corndog snack.
New German immigrants to Texas have been credited with introducing corn dogs to the United States. They — the new German immigrants — produced sausages for trade, but they had trouble selling them in Texas. So they take the sausages, roll them in cornflakes, and fry them. From there, the corn dog was born. They later added sticks to this dish.
History of the National Corndog Day
The fried food on a stick was especially loved and the idea of it was patented in the US in 1927. In 1929, the patent was accepted. On the patent, it is said that many foods other than hot dogs can also be used in the same way as corn dogs. The patent also says that with a stick, it will allow easier handling and cleaner eating of fried food.
Corn dogs were first prepared in the United States in 1937. Hot dogs are a favorite at high school baseball games. Ballpark vendors ran out of hot dogs during a high school baseball game in Adel, Iowa, for players. Roger Newman, a local pub owner who runs one of the vendors, used leftover sausages to make stick-free corn dogs. By Roger Newman, each sausage was coated with cornmeal that he had prepared for an upcoming fish dish, and then he returned to the ballpark with these corn dogs. Although there aren't any sticks for corn dogs, patrons have kept the treat using a variety of methods. Corn dogs with wax paper and paper cones is held by some patrons.
In the 1940s, Corn dogs really became more popular. And they got so much love that they became a staple at state fairs and festivals. Brady Sahnow and Henry Otley was known that they created the celebration in 1992. National Corndog Day was celebrated to honor the saving grace of corn dogs and March Madness which is basketball.
How to celebrate of the National Corndog Day
In celebration of National Corndog Day, enjoy delicious corndog sticks in a variety of ways. You can go to the store, buy corndog and enjoy. Besides, you can also make them yourself at home using the recipe below.
- 1kg of smoked sausage
- 1 large bottle of vegetable oil
- 235g yellow cornmeal (cornmeal)
- 235g all-purpose flour
- 3g of baking powder
- 2g salt
- 2 eggs
- 10g honey (2 tablespoons)
- 10g sugar (2 tablespoons)
- 250ml cold beer
- Bamboo sticks
- A small bowl
Step 1: First, you cut the sausage into bite-sized pieces. If you buy a small sausage, you don't need to cut it!
Step 2: Skewer the sausages onto a bamboo stick.
Step 3: Mix flour, baking powder, cornstarch and salt together in a large bowl.
Step 4: Crack eggs into another bowl, beat well. Then add honey and sugar.
Step 5: Pour beer into the egg mixture, stirring while pouring.
Step 6: Coat the sausage with a layer of flour.
Step 7: Pour the egg mixture into the flour mixture, while pouring, use a spatula to stir until the dough is smooth.
Step 8: Dip the sausage in the mixture and set aside on a plate.
Step 9: To fry sausages to be crispy, you should use a small and high pot instead of a pan. Pour oil into the pot and wait until the oil is hot, then add the sausages to fry. Fry until the sausage is golden and crispy.
Enjoy the corndog you make, be sure to serve it with ketchup and mustard, you're sure to go crazy with the crunchy, delicious aroma of the corndog. Share on social media with hashtag #NationalCornDogDay.
ObservedNational Corndog Day has been observed the third Saturday in March.
Saturday, March 19th, 2022
Saturday, March 18th, 2023
Saturday, March 16th, 2024
Saturday, March 15th, 2025
Saturday, March 21st, 2026
Brady Sahnow in 1992
Henry Otley in 1992