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Easy Hot Dogs and Potatoes

Easy Hot Dogs and Potatoes created by Nick Blue

My girlfriends mom made this for me once and I've since mastered the recipe. I use Tony Chachere's Creole Seasoning for these and any hot dogs work fine. Yukon Gold or Red Skin Potatoes taste great with this recipe.

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  • Rinse potatoes and microwave for 4 minutes.
  • Cube potatoes and place into skillet with olive oil.
  • Sprinkle desired amount of Creole seasoning over potatoes.
  • Cook potatoes until light brown.
  • Add diced hotdogs and onions to skillet.
  • Remove from stove when potatoes are at desired crispiness (10-15 minutes total cook time usually).
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  1. ramsey_penegar
    Very easy to make and tasty! I made it even easier by using frozen sliced potatoes! Didn't have Creole seasoning, used several other herbs and spices but no salt. Even my very picky daughter ate it! Thanks for a quick and easy weeknight dinner using stuff most of us already have on hand! We added hot sauce at the table and shredded cheddar too.
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  2. bevannsmith
    Pretty good ! I didn't have the Creole seasoning, so seasoned salt, Cajun seasoning and some garlic salt worked just fine. No leftovers!
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  3. mommymem
    We love spuds n dogs! This recipe made it easier, I usually boil the potatoes first. We used seasoning salt instead of the creole and turned out very well. Definitely be using this recipe again! Thanks.
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  4. Beach Bumette
    I have been preparing a similar dish (with more frankfurters, no Creole seasoning and without nuking the potatoes 1st) for over 35 years. "My way" is delicious, but I'm going to try it "your way," as it would be faster, and the Creole seasoning could only make it better. Thanks for reminding me of an old favorite.
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  5. Nick Blue
    Easy Hot Dogs and Potatoes Created by Nick Blue
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