Hot dogs are such a quick and easy lunch or dinner option. There are many great ideas to prepare them whether the dog is wrapped in bacon or there is a cultural twist.
This recipe came about as I simply yearned the taste for some thing different and spicy, and it became a success.
I have seen so much about the American hot dogs on TV I sort out this recipe, this one from Chicago. It is pretty good and worth a try when you are watching you next American Blockbuster movie.
My kids love hot dogs as an extra special treat. I like to make them a little healthier by using wholegrain bread instead of hot dog buns. Try some simple side dishes like cucumber and watermelon to brighten up the plate.
If you've got a deep fryer you can easily make your own Pluto Pups (or Dagwood Dogs...depending on where you grew up) at home. You can use vegetarian hot dogs as a substitute.
This dish is super easy, great for both guys and gals and kids :) fast and filling - Hot dogs that are filled with cheese and wrapped with bacon, onions and good old kiwi tomato sauce.
If your kids like to get dressed up on Halloween, try serving them this super-fun snack. Also good for a ghost-themed kid's party.
Wonderful Middle Eastern flavours in hot dog shape! You can serve these like hot dogs on a roll, or in pita bread with tahini and couscous.
Just like a peanut butter and banana sandwich but the banana stays whole in the middle. You may also want to either butter the bread or spread it thinly with honey.
Liven up hot dogs with salsa and mince instead of just fried onions. They taste great and are budget friendly too.
These are a cute addition to the Halloween dinner or any other creepy themed party. Takes a bit of time but the kids like it.