The new buffet king
Cocktail sausages have always been a party staple. To give them a revamped look, deep-fry them until they’re golden brown and serve them with a honey-mustard dipping sauce. You can prepare the sauce ahead of time—you can even whip up a selection of sauces: spicy homemade ketchup, lemon and herbs mayonnaise, or sweet and sour orange.
There are three ways to make a successful batter: with milk, carbonated water, or beer. Blond ale will result in a crispy batter and is often the ingredient of predilection for fish and chips. Milk is often used in dessert recipes, such as doughnuts, because it makes for fluffier batter. Try flavouring your batter according to your guests’ tastes. For example, our corn dogs are simply divine if you add a dash of smoked paprika, curry, or Cayenne pepper to the mix.