By French Tart on September 22, 2008
Photo by Darkhunter
Photo by Darkhunter
"A deliciously different way of serving up Hot Dogs for Bonfire Night or Halloween! Choose your favourite bangers or dogs, mine are high meat content Lincolnshire sausages with herbs, then oven bake them for ease with sticky roasted mustard coated onions - all in one pan! Serve with lashings of tomato relish or tomato ketchup for a great comfort dish on the run! The great thing about this recipe is that it can also be kept warm in the oven, whilst the spooky activities are in action, or dad is still trying to light the DAMP fireworks in the garden!! If you are serving this to little ones who may not like the mustard, just leave it out and add a little tomato puree instead for a tomatoey onion taste. (Edited and adapted from a Good Food recipe, 2007)"
Serving Size: 1 (157 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"These are delicious.....and I'm not that big a fan of onions! The added mustard made all the difference in the world, to me! I didn't have any tortillas on hand, but did have some fantastic wraps! Will be having these again! Thnx for sharing another winner, FT. Made for KcK's Forum."
"Ok from now on all sausages/hot dogs should always be served in tortillas. Made using medium sized whole wheat tortillas as that is what we had on hand. Loved the caramelized onions that had soaked up all the yummy flavors of the sausage. Thanks so much for the post."
"I reviewed this ages ago, but it obviously didnt stick! lucky I came to check the recipe, so I can do them again tonite :) I didnt use the wraps, but what an easy-peasey way to cook snags! We really enjoyed the meal."
"This is sooo delicious! We loved our sausages done this way. I added a few left over peppers and mushrooms I had on hand to the onion mix, and it was terrific. Sometimes I just don't want a whole large hot dog bun, you know? This was a great alternative! Thanks F.T! :)"
"This was a real hit with the kids and husband alike. I am not a big fan of regular hot dog buns so the tortillas were nice change. We used smokies with jalapeno pepper and cheese. Yum!"
"What a winner, French Tart! I made these with my husband in mind, but I really loved it too. For the sausages I used jalepeno and cheese smoked sausages. It was such a simple recipe that took little time to prepare. It was fun to try something other than a plain old bun. My husband is a mustard guy so he especially loved the onions. Great recipe! Thanks for sharing!"
"Made for Photo Tag. Living in Canada and never having had real British bangers...I took my supermarket's word for it and purchased Bangers made with Pork....love em! I used Country grainy dijon with the onions and then added some good ole Heinz ketchup once they were lovingly wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla. I'm the only home so far and...well I ate 2! LOL YUMMY YUMMY YUMMY"