Kid and budget friendly dish. This is a very flexible dish; you can use far fewer wieners if you have a pack you want to finish off, and you can use more cheese if you wish.
Hot Dog Day falls on the third Wednesday of July. In fact, all of July is Hot Dog Month. It’s just not summer without a hot dog. If you haven’t had one yet this summer, today’s a good day to grab one!
This recipe produces a good, firm, soft-sided hot dog roll meant for top slicing — and the bread machine does all the hard work. You can use them as is, or, butter the sides and lightly fry them in a frying pan or on a griddle.
A hot dog consists of a type of sausage called a “wiener”, that is served hot in a long, purpose-made roll, with savoury condiments applied to the wiener.
This is a very nice relish.
Pork Wieners © Denzil Green Wieners are long sausages of medium-thickness that can be a seasoned combination of beef and pork, or all beef, or even meat-free these days. In general, East Coast Americans prefer all beef wieners; Midwesterners prefer a pork and beef mixture. Wieners contain meat, fat, binder and filler (bread crumbs, oatmeal…