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How great is this? Boy, there are so many variations to be used, but made as directed, and this is like a bit of hot-dog heaven. I used Havarti cheese slices, sweet onion slices, and horseradish mustard. YUM! We love this ~ and I put in the oven for the last 5 minutes to melt. I also browned the hot dogs, the tortillas, and it was heavenly. Thank you for posting such a treat!
I loved them. I baked mine in the oven for 5 minutes at 350. I also boiled the hot dogs prior to baking. I stuck a toothpick in to hold it all together.
I made this for a quick dinner for my girls this past week and they loved them. I always have hotdogs in the freezer and tortillas on hand. This saved me from having them throw away half of their buns, also (such a waste). I am sure we will make these over and over. I even had one and really don't care for hotdogs, but added chopped onions and honey mustard to mine..Yum. Thanks for the very easy, time saver recipe.
I made this once before, but I never commented on it. The only thing i did different was add alittle relish and I think mustard. This was a great lunch. Today I made it with mozz cheese and chopped onion. Thanks for the easy lunch! :)
Easy and my kids loved it. If you really wanted you could add a slice of bacon to it as well. Thanks for the recipe.
Delicious! I made this for our lunch and used some sliced sweet onions, browned the turkey hot dogs, used horseradish mustard (as Andi), American cheese as stated and melted them for about 5 minutes in the oven...KEEPER. Thank you! Made for Bounce the Ball for Summmer Fun Tag game.
A good, quick little lunch. I used fat free turkey hot dogs and my son loved it. Thanks!