To say the least, cart food at Disney parks alone can be a great experience and interesting. Not everything can be a culinary delight. A weirdo or two can sneak in, like they’ve escaped from a state fair. Not a Krispy Kreme burger or a fried candy cane. This is “breaded corn dog pickles”.
Courtesy of Robin Burks disney food bloga new spin on classic carnival fare is what exists.
Where is this doggie from? blue ribbon corn dogThey make great snacks without pickles. Inside the layer of deep-fried batter are the pickles, and inside that pickle can be a very salty hot dog.
Mustard is usually the choice for pedestrian corn dogs, but this one comes with something else: peanut butter sauce. Oh, what a perfect combination for something dripping with brine! Honestly, what else would you pair this Frankenweenie with?
Perhaps people of German descent eat it with sour kraut? Dipping it in marinara is possible, but probably not meat sauce. If this comes across Magic Kingdom, I’ll try to get a first-hand account of the flavor profile.
This food may not be as controversial as it sounds. Anyone who’s ever walked through a feast line at a fair or carnival has seen the odd combination of batter, beef, cheese and dessert. Has anyone fried Pepsi-infused buttered Oreos? I saw it and punished my stomach with it!
Why not try a three-layer snack? Would you like to go all the way to Disneyland? Let us know if you’ve tried it and let us know what you think in the comments section.
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