Why is it called two hands corn dog?
What is a classic Korean corn dog? What is a Korean corn dog? Korean corn dogs are hot dogs, rice cakes, fish cakes, or mozzarella cheese coated in a batter (and sometimes panko, french fry pieces, or ramen) and deep fried. They’re finished with sugar and a signature squirt of your condiment of choice: ketchup, mayo, mustard, or all three.
What are Korean corn dogs made of? Korean corn dogs are made from either sausage, mozzarella cheese, or a combination of the two. You will skewer and coat this in a sweet flour batter before rolling in a layer of toppings. What is this? Common topping choices include panko breadcrumbs, french fries, cornflakes, and even ramen noodles!
Is there a two hands in Chicago? Two more highly anticipated Los Angeles-based Korean hot dog chains are coming to the Chicago area: Two Hands has a location under construction in Aurora, while Mochinut has teased possible openings in Wicker Park, the West Loop, or Skokie.