Sunday, February 26, 2012

Jalapeno-Cheddar Cheese Corn Bread Onion Ringed Sausage Dogs

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Something Food Crazie this way comes would be a perfect way to describe my latest Food Crazie invention. I don't even know how I came up with the idea to wrap jalapeno cheddar cheese corn bread battered onion rings around a pork sausage and install a stick to turn into a corn dog and fry it. It just might be something you'd see at foodie circus if there was one. Alas, I'm very happy I attended this foodie circus because I feel like I've created a monstrosity of something very tasty.



Ingredients:


  • Aidells Cajun Style Andouille Smoked Pork Sausage (All Natural) 
  • Aunt Jemima Yellow Corn Meal 
  • Great Value Sliced Jalapenos 
  • 2 White Onions 
  • Cheddar Cheese 
  • All Purpose Flour
  • Sugar
  • Baking Powder
  • Salt
  • Milk
  • 1 Egg
  • Canola Oil 
  • Skinny Sticks from the craft section to make into a corn dog


Make your corn bread according to the recipe on the back of the Aunt Jemima Corn Meal package, the only other things you need to add is sliced jalapenos from the jar and a little cheddar cheese. Slice the jalapenos a bit more before adding to the corn meal mix and pour a little of the jalapeno juice from the jar in there as well for extra flavor.


Cut your 2 onions and get all the smallest of the onion ring pieces that come off because this is what will fit best when you slide it onto the sausage. It really takes about 2 onions to get enough small onion ring slices to work with if you're making 2 corn dogs.


Saute your now sliced onion rings for about 3 minutes on each side in Canola Oil on medium heat to make them soft so they don't break when you slide them onto the sausage links.


After baking the pork sausage links at about 375 for at least 10 minutes. Take the skinny sticks and turn them into the un-battered corn dogs you see above.


Carefully slide the smallest of the sauteed onion rings slices onto sausage link until it's almost completely covered.


You're going to have to get your hands a little messy in this process. Simply go to town using your corn meal mix you've prepared and completely coat the onion ring covered sausage link or at least as much as you can. I used a spoon to spread it out evenly over the onion rings.


Fry the now corn bread coated sausage link in Canola Oil for about 10 minutes on medium heat. Take your time to rotate the corn dog to insure all areas are completely cooked. Should look like the above when it's done.

This is a very messy foodie project but in the end, it is very worth the time especially when you taste the combination of the sweet of the onion combined with the spicy of the jalapeno corn bread. Add an awesomely tasty pork sausage in the middle to that already tasty combo and it really puts this foodie creation over the top.

Speaking of pork sausage links, I would recommend you use the Aidells Cajun Style Andouille Smoked Pork Sausage that I bought. I couldn't believe how delicious it was and it complimented the jalapeno corn bread to the fullest. In the end, I would highly recommend you try this corn dog food creation at least once because it's a taste that's definitely very entertaining to the taste buds.

8 comments:

  1. There is absolutely nothing I do not like about this crazy delicacy on a stick! What about adding bacon?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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  2. Thanks Eliot seats! Funny you should mention the bacon part because I was at the store and almost bought some to wrap around the outside but then thought of the onion ring idea. Bacon would of been awesome wrapped around the outside with the onion rings or by itself wrapped around the sausage link. Talk about over the top!

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  3. Oh wow - this definitely sounds like one hell of a treat to me!

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  4. Holy oh my what?!? Is this for real! Can I have one please! This sounds incredible, everything delicious all in one. YUM!
    - Lacy @ NYCityEats.com

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  5. Now that's a mouthful to say and eat :-). I'm new to your blog and spent some time browsing through your earlier posts. I'm so glad I did that. I really like the food and recipes you share with your readers and I'll definitely be back. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  6. Hi, WOW!!! This recipe is a man's dream food. I can not wait to try it.
    I love cooking, but my specialties are grilling, smoking, and barbecue. I also enjoy Dutch oven cooking and I love baking bread and making pizza. It's a guy thing. I'm your newest follower.
    Come on over and pay me a visit and hopefully you will decide to follow my blog, too. Steve

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  7. No you did not go there!!!! love it!!! :)

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