Korean-style corn dog shops coming to Tucson pack a punch | Subscriber

A national chain that features a twist on the standard corn puppy is coming to Tucson.

Two Hands Corndogs is a Korean-type corn doggy with filling decisions of beef sausage, cheese or fifty percent-and-50 %. A vegan sausage will also be readily available.

Toppings involve common cornmeal batter, crispy rice puffs or potato cubes.

They can also be dusted with Very hot Cheetos powder and “dirty sauce.”

Calvin Hoang, the nearby operator, is opening two locations this yr — just one on the southeast corner of Campbell Avenue and Glenn Street this summer season, and at 5421 E. Broadway, close to Craycroft Road, by the finish of the year.

“I tried out the a single in Mesa and seriously favored it,” Hoang explained. “They have a good deal of flavor.”






A corndog rolled in potatoes and dusted with salt is just one of the types offered by Two Hands Corndogs.




The outlets will supply dine-in and just take-out but no travel-thrus.

David Carroll, with Romano Authentic Estate, represented Two Hands.

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