Deep fried bacon cheese and beer dog
Posted by mesablue on March 14, 2007
This looks awesome. I’m gonna have to try this out on some of my friends/victims during the NCAA tournament.
1 hot dog
1 slice of thick-cut bacon
1 can of spray cheese
1 can beer (It doesn’t matter what kind, but we recommend something dark. Corona probably isn’t a good idea)
1 cup flour
Oil for frying
This one is a little work-intensive, so be ready to buckle down. First take the center out of the hot dog with an apple corer, if you have access to one. If not, just cut out the middle with a knife.
Fill the cavity with the spray cheese and use the hot dog you removed from the middle as a cap to keep the cheese in.
Wrap the bacon around the hot dog.
Deep-fry for two to four minutes or until bacon is cooked.
Dab them dry with a paper towel (so the batter will stick). Mix the beer with the flour until it reaches a thick, but lump-free consistency. Dip the dogs in the batter, coating the dog completely.
Deep-fry on high heat for two to three minutes or until brown and deadly.
NOTE: Don’t fry them too long or all of the cheese will explode out into the oil.
That’s very bad.
Do try this at home.
Very important update: Geoff made the excellent suggestion of adding eggs to the dog. Never one to disregard such inspired culinary advice, I give you the Hamdog!
Ok, there’s a bit more than just eggs added. But, it looks awesome.