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Homemade Hot Dogs Recipe

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by Chrystal Byrne (subscribe)
Freelance writer living on Brisbane's north side. Studied creative industries - currently studying library and information services.
Published September 5th 2012
Homemade Hot Dog
Homemade Hot Dog

What you will need:

Frankfurts. Yummy red frankfurts. How many you'll need depends on how many hot dogs you want to make.
Hot dog buns. As mentioned above, how many you'll need depends on how many hot dogs you want to make.
Grated cheese. Light, tasty or cheddar, whatever you prefer.
Sauces. You can have tomato or barbeque sauce, mustard, or tomato sauce with mustard.
Butter or margarine. You'll need something to spread on those buns now won't you?

You can also have onion and fresh tomato on your hot dogs if you like, but it isn't essential. There may also be sauces other than tomato, barbeque and mustard that you might like to try on your hot dog instead.

Making your hot dog:

Fill a saucepan three quarters of the way and add it to a hotplate on the stove. Turn the stove on a medium heat. Add the frankfurts.
The frankfurts generally take around ten minutes to cook.
Open the buns with a bread knife down the middle (like you would do to a hamburger bun), but don't cut through to the end. Butter the buns.
• When the frankfurts are cooked, turn off the stovetop and take them out of the water (obviously not with your hands). Distribute them amongst the buns – one frankfurt to a bun.
• Add grated cheese, sauces and whatever else you'd like and you're done. Simple and quick.
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