This a great recipe that eliminates using different pots and pans to get a good hot dog. I like grilled onions and jalapenos on my hot dog, so i chopped some up, tossed with oil and seasoning and threw them on top of the hot dogs for the last 8 minutes. When there was 3 minutes left, I put the hot dog in the bun, threw the onions and jalapenos on, topped with cheese and baked it all together and was it delicious! I will never cook hot dogs any other way, its just simple and gives great results.
I love the,"because that's the way I like them"
This a good way to cook the hot dogs without all the mess. Also, you can cook a lot of hot dogs at one time. We used Nathan's hot dogs. The hot dogs will turn a nice dark reddish color after 10 minutes of cooking. Depending on your taste you can broil them a few minutes to get them dark and crisp.
Soooo good! I see a vision...a hot dog push-cart in your future. It would work for me. ;-)
This is the way I do it when I cook dogs with kraut. 400 degrees for 10 minutes or a little browned - smother in cooked and drained kraut and topped with minced onions - another 10 minutes. Then I turn off the oven put in the roll to toast - and let it all marry for at least another 5 while I get ready to plate.
I always cooked hot dogs by boiling water and placing them in the water. This is now my go to method for hot dogs from now on. The last five minutes, I put my buns in to get toasty. Put cheese on mine and sprinkled hot pepper seeds on it.
This is an easy way to make multiple hotdogs without boiling. I am not a big hotdog fan but the oven roasted texture and the melted cheese made me one. Super fast and tasty. Thanks for posting OneYetTwo. I would make again for sure. Enjoy! ChefDLH
I made these for my daughter and her friends for lunch today and they all enjoyed them. Thanks so much for posting!!