This hot dog recipe covers the popular street meat in a deep fried tater tot coating replacing the fresh bun with potatoes. These tater tot hot dogs are a great snack for foodies that enjoys hybrid foods.
Often hot dogs come with a bread bun but this hot dog recipe cleverly replaces the bun with a deep fried potato coating. The hot dogs are rolled into a potato batter made from crushed tater tots, flour and eggs. The mixture is thickly wrapped around the hot dogs and then deep fried till the potato casing turns golden brown. These tater tot hot dogs can then be dressed however you please with ketchup, mustard, pickles, onions and a variety of other toppings. This is also a great hot dog option for those that are gluten-free; simply use a gluten-free flour in the tater tot batter.
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