Cajun Fried Corn Wingstop is one of the most popular side dishes at Wingstop. The tender and buttery corns, accompanied by the special delicious taste of Cajun seasoning, make the best snack to eat with the wings or to eat on its own. This dish is a rather unique menu to serve at a fast food franchise, but here it is, more tasty, fresh, and savory than it has the right to be!
You can recreate this Cajun Fried Corn Wingstop recipe at home, with simple ingredients and in a quick time by using the recipe below. This recipe takes about thirty minutes to cook and 15 minutes to prepare.
- 4 ears of sweet corns, medium sized
- 1 tbsp. Butter
- Vegetable oil
- 2 tbsp. of Cajun seasoning
- 1 cups all-purpose flour
- 1 cups Buttermilk
- 1 egg, whisked
- Dash of salt
- Prepare the sweet corn by having them cleaned. Peel the skin and pull out all the corn silk. Then wash the corn under running water.
- Cut the corn horizontally into equal half.
- Create the batter for the corn. In a medium sized bowl, pour the all-purpose flour and egg. Add buttermilk and stir them until they mixed well.
- Lay a large pan or pot over the stove with low to medium heat. Melt the butter on the pan. Pour the vegetable oil and wait for it to be heated.
- Dip the corns into the batter inside the bowl.
- Fry the corns in the frying pan. You should wait until the corns turn into beautiful golden brown color; it takes about 3-4 minutes.
- Lift the corns from the pan. Let them cool down. Sprinkle some Cajun seasoning on top of the corns if it is not salty enough. Add a little bit of salt if it is not salty enough.
If you buy the menu at the Wingstop, the Cajun Fried Corn is also available in fry seasoning, garlic parm, and lemon pepper. The Cajun Fried Corn Wingstop is also a vegan-friendly dish.
Anything fried including the Cajun Fried Corn might not be the healthiest option of foods, but it is still great to have once in a while. It is also included simple and easy to find ingredients. You can create the dish for a party, or to watch a sport competition. The key to this recipe is sweet and fresh corn. Make sure to find and use corns with bright yellow color and plump texture for Cajun Fried Corn Wingstop.