The Asian Equivalent To A Delicious, Deep-Fried Corn Dog

By: Marissa Liu - Published: Feb 23, 2010 • References: seouleats & seriouseats
The corn dog, an American fast food and theme park staple, has an Asian equivalent. A deep-fried, rice-battered wiener served on the end of a chopstick should be called a rice dog, but that seems like a name that could potentially be seen as mildly offensive.

So, instead of coating a hot dog in cornmeal batter, the deep-fried, rice-battered wiener uses carrot and red bell pepper-flavored rice that is packed around the hot dog and then rolled in panko breading to give it a crispy exterior. This isn’t a healthy alternative so much as a cultural one. Stats for Rice-Battered Wieners Trending: Older & Chilly
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