Stick Waffle Maker: Classic and for Corn Dogs
The race for customer loyalty is forcing restaurateurs to come up with more and more original recipes and upgrade existing ones to make a profit. Stick Waffle Maker is one of today's innovations, and it got a new incarnation: a corn dog maker.
Corn dog Maker
What are corn dogs? It's a favorite of many from childhood sausages in the dough. Except now, it would be correct to call them sausages in a waffle. In the former Soviet Union, sausages were baked in yeast buns, but America took a different path. They were dipped in a special dough and fried in a deep fryer, creating a filling, but not healthy, fast food.
The corn dog is a hybrid of these two types of sausage in the dough. Unsweetened waffle dough is poured into a special mold on a waffle maker, and a sausage on a stick is placed inside. Then it is topped with one or two spoonfuls of dough and then baked.
The waffle maker isn't just for sausages.
If you thought the corn dog maker had a limited scope of application, you imagined it. It can be filled with dough, thus changing the classic waffle maker for sweet waffles on a stick.
Otherwise, you can frost the fillings on the sticks in advance, like chocolate, berries, and caramel-nut mixtures, and then dip the preparations into the waffle batter and bake them like corn dogs. You get a stunningly delicious, crispy filled waffle.
Classic Waffle Maker VS Corn Dog Maker
Are Corn Dog Makers and Stick Dessert Waffle Makers comparable? Which one to choose?
It is advisable to buy a Waffle Maker if the accent will be made on sweet desserts. It makes the waffles airier, and it takes less dough per waffle, and potential customers like the original shape and design.
It is worth buying a Corn Dog Maker if the priority is nourishing fast food. It allows you to bake up to six aesthetically perfect sausages in the dough at the same time.
Ideally, you need to have space for both devices in your kitchen because they are different in their purpose and can only replace each other with great difficulty.