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The Pigs are Safe in the Barn

What you need: 

1/2 cup unbleached flour
1 tablespoon corn meal
1 tablespoon oil
1/2-1 teaspoon sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
4 vegan hot dogs, halved (I use Smart Dogs)

What you do: 

1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Mix together all ingredients (except vegan hot dogs).
2. Add water little by little until a dough ball is formed. Roll the dough out as thin as you would a tortilla.
3. Wrap the dough around each dog 1/2. Bake 12-15 minutes, until golden.
Serve with your favorite condiments. I’m attempting Thai peanut sauce.

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Servings: 
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

I needed something to cheer me up and I happened to have all the ingredients on hand so I had to try this. These were very good. They were so easy. I used Worthington Loma Linda Linkettes. The dough cooked so well and it was really light and flakey. It was very soft and very tasty. I was able to make 8. Thanks!

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Great stuff.. Will go on my sons 3rd birthday food list.. actually the dough was just a little bit sweet.. made a great addtion to the veggie dogs.. loved it.. thanks again..

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My very picky 7 y.o. loved these, we are not vegans so I used morning star farms veggie dogs.  I also subbed w.w. pastry flour and turbinado sugar.  They turned out nicely following the directions and baking them until nicely browned, perfect with a side of organic ketchup! Thanks for a great easy recipe! I will not be buying veggie corn dogs any more!!

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I love them, I made them yesturday for supper. I had left overs for lunch. Made some for my brother. I love them so much.
MAKE THEM!

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;D Haha, that was awesome. I'll try it out this weekend. Thanks for the reply!

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I don't have any cornmeal in the cabinet right now. Do y'all think it would still turn out if I just replaced it with more flour? If not, are there any other substitutions?

And did anyone successfully make this recipe with all whole wheat flour?

Thanks :)

you can replace the cornmeal with flour it's no "pig" deal. lol. thjat was so corny. you could also use whole wheat flour or use half and half.

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I don't have any cornmeal in the cabinet right now. Do y'all think it would still turn out if I just replaced it with more flour? If not, are there any other substitutions?

And did anyone successfully make this recipe with all whole wheat flour?

Thanks :)

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My 4-year-old loved these.  I used blue corn meal, and he thought it was hilarious that the "pigs" had "blue blankets."  Next time I will add more water, though (I am much better with recipes that tell me exactly how much of an ingredient to use -- I am not sophisticated enough to add water "until dough formed," and they were a little on the dry side  ::) ).

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i was lazy so didnt actually roll out the dough...i just smushed it aroung the smart dogs.

very easy and very tasty!
Im not sure if i am going to tell my family they are good though, i want to eat them all myself!

need a lot of ketchup though.

but then again i loove sauce!!

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excellent recipe.  my husband, myself and our 13 month old son loved them.  and we tried it with some thai peanut sauce too.  superb!  i am so glad we do not have to buy commercial corndogs.  thanks again! :)

peas and love....

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