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I didn't buy the hot dog roll maker, but just shaped them into logs and layed them side by side to bake them, then when they cooled some I cut them apart. These make perfect rolls for hot dogs, sausages, sloppy joes, and just about anything you would put in a sandwich, and let's not forget lobster and tuna salad!

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MyCookiesCrumble March 30, 2010

i didn't have the mold when I made these. Not sure I want one. I rolled each equally and evenly. AWESOME, tasty, perfect, Delious, family favorite.. I can go on and on... Thanks for sharing! I did use potato water when I made these.. added on more teaspoon of sugar... The family devoured these. My son who loves his meat.. ate a few alone.. LOL I am thinking of using this same recipe and adding some garlic and cheese later in the week.. Will let you know how those turn out.. Linda you are a gem.. Thank you again and again and again for sharing.. I agree with other reader.. NO MORE STORE bought. EVER.!!!!

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WyomingMoonDust August 10, 2009

I made some of your Flo's Hot Dog Relish and decided to try your roll recipe as well. These are so much better than the store bought rolls and I love that you can grill these on both sides. It really makes a difference in the overall hot dog eating experience! I didn't have the hot dog maker but they still came out great!

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OutOfThyme February 08, 2011

I must have done something wrong! My crust was kind ot tough. Everyone else had such good result, so I'll try again! I wonder what I did wrong?

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pammyowl February 10, 2011

These rolls ROCK!!! The rolls are so soft and delicious! I steamed my hot dogs and rolls too. Amazing little weiners if I do say so myself! These aren't hard to make and worth the time any day!

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KitchieWitchyGoo September 02, 2009

I made my dough and then made rolls and lined them up touching each other on the pan. They came out great. When they were done, I just cut them with a sharp knife and the sliced them down the middle. Great tasting rolls that are soft and delicious and they are great to grill, then add your favorite fillings from lobster to hotdogs to tuna and lettuce. Great with just about anything!

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JusMeLinnie August 31, 2009

Buy the mold and try them. They are the best hot dog rolls you will ever have! Soft and delicious, or great toasted on the grill. Just pop in the dog and top with your favorite toppings. Yummy! Thank you for sharing!

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CulinaryGourmetQueen June 25, 2009

What a great treat these rolls were for us. I made the rolls to have with A Little Bit of Heaven in Coney Island Hot Dog Sauce on hot dogs. The rolls were so fresh and delicious! No problems with the mold when making them, and I am so happy I got it to try. I won't be buying my rolls anymore. This is the only way to go from now on! Thank you!

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**Angie** June 03, 2009

Thank you for this recipe! In the midwest no one understands that these are rolls to me! :) I am ordering the molds for these and hamburger buns! Jelly

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HotPepperRosemaryJelly January 14, 2009

i made these useing a bisscotti pan i bought from king arthur worked fine i dont under stand why you cant buy these rollsall over ilived in new england 60 years they have been around as long as i can remember.-herbsbundi

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oldcrow November 18, 2008
New England Style Hot Dog Rolls/Buns (For Lobster Rolls Etc.)