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Anybody ever do it? Local golf course does it,and its the best damn hot dog I have ever had. Wanna try it but don't know if the put the dogs in frozen or thawed. Any insight?
 

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How do you know its good if you never tried it?
err wait you did but you didnt???
which is it?
btw deep fried hotdogs are nasty!!!!!!
steamed or on an open grill is the only way to go.
 

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....re read what i put....I have had them,and it was awesome. Want to know how to fry them. Better?
 

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Thawed will give you a better result. At my old Pizza Joint I rolled them in pizza dough and did them in the fryer. It's a good snacker. Toss in some cheese and veggies (diced) for an even better treat.
 

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Tried it last night,with peanut oil,and the dogs were slightly frozen,pretty god damn tasty if I say so myself.
 

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How to make something thats bad for you..... ever worse....:)
 

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Just drop em in dude,about 3 min at 350degrees. Like I said they were still slightly frozen,so if there thawed the time will be less. They were damn good!
 

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This sounds like a great idea.Thanks for the info.
 

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I deep fry dogs all the time just drop them in and when they get as drak as you want them take them out.
 

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Thawed is what I would think......

Not to hyjack your thread dude but what about deep fried hamburgers? Anybody ever try one that way? I'm reluctant. I've heard they are pretty damn good.

There's a place here in Memphis called Dyers hamburgers that makes em, they have been open a good while and have a big following.
The owners swear up & down they've never changed the grease since the place was opened, just the thought of that put the brakes on me stopping by but hey, they're still in business.

Gonna try that fried dog soon, thanks for the thread>Cp
 

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Thawed is what I would think......

Not to hyjack your thread dude but what about deep fried hamburgers? Anybody ever try one that way? I'm reluctant. I've heard they are pretty damn good.

There's a place here in Memphis called Dyers hamburgers that makes em, they have been open a good while and have a big following.
The owners swear up & down they've never changed the grease since the place was opened, just the thought of that put the brakes on me stopping by but hey, they're still in business.

Gonna try that fried dog soon, thanks for the thread>Cp
Hmm,might have to explore this one. No problem dude,mighty tasty,wanna get some 1/4 pounders and try it.
 

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i have eaten the dyers deep fried burgers. they are awesome. when they moved the location to beale street they had a police escort for the oil!
 

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i have eaten the dyers deep fried burgers. they are awesome. when they moved the location to beale street they had a police escort for the oil!
I heard that too, didnt they use to have a location in Bartlett though?
Where are they at now?
 

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All the burger and dog joints in the southwest part of CT fry their dogs for a bit then throw them on the griddle. It's the only way to fly

Boiled dogs are for ball parks and the dirty water dog street vendors in NYC.

BTW for those that think frying a hot dog is bad for your health rethink what you are eating in the first place its an f'n hotdog not a carrot
 
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