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These sound like one of my family's favorite dishes while I was growing up. It was kept written on the side of an OLD spice bottle.IT was called t Yankee Noodles and the Hot Dogs were cut into slices not in half. Thank you Domestic Goddess for the memory.

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halo December 20, 2007

This is very yummy stuff!! The only change I made was that when I opened my canned diced tomatoes, I used more than 1/2 cup. I also did not drain the tomatoes, I am not sure the recipe did not specify. We loved it and my 11 year-old son was scraping the pan to get the last of it! Thank you!

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Beth Gambrell April 05, 2007

Thanks for a tasty lunch Domestic Goddess

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lets.eat May 08, 2005

What an easy tasty dinner - I loved it! I used very spicy smoked sausage & Mushroom soup- I cut the soup back and added no milk (I cut the recipe back to apprx half). I sprinkled it with Parmesan Chhese - Loved my dinner thansnks for posting the recipe Domestic Goddess

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Bergy April 27, 2005

This recipe is what it is, hot dogs and noodles. Its not fancy or complicated but for being what it is, it is actually pretty good! There aren't any children in my house but I'd be willing to bet that if there were, they would really enjoy this recipe. Personally, I dug the sauce and think that it could be used with many other types of meat (or meat by products, haha) I am glad I gave this recipe a try!

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Malriah February 28, 2004
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