If you’re in the mood for a wiener sweetened with sugar, Two Hands Fresh Corn Dogs can provide it and possibly some other new taste sensations.
Two Hands is a Georgia-based chain that according to its website aspires to be part of the “Korean Wave” of pop culture that includes K-pop bands, the Netflix series “Squid Game” and movies like “Parasite.” Korean foods that are becoming popular include crispy fried chicken, bulgogi and kimchi.
Two Hands locations have been popping up around Southern California in recent years. It now has locations in Riverside’s Galleria at Tyler and Haven City Market, the food hall in Rancho Cucamonga.
Two Hands corn dogs have a differnt batter than traditional corn dogs. A food reviewer for Northern Virginia magazine described it as essentially “a cruller with a juicy hot dog in the middle.”
The standard filling is half sausage, half mozzarella. Beef sausage, spicy beef sausage, whole mozzarella or half mozzarella, half cheddar cost extra. Prices range from $3.49 to $4.99.
A range of toppings are available, including sugar, Hot Cheetos powder, potato cubes and rice puffs.
Sides include fries and elote.
Beverages include lemon, horchata, fruit punch and pianeapple slushes.