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Passover Hot Dog Rollups

I used to make these all the time when my kids were little. These rollups are not just for Passover, you can make them with regular flour for all year round.

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  • Combine the oil and water in a saucepan.
  • Bring to a boil.
  • Add the dry ingredients all at once.
  • Mix well, until mixture pulls away from side of pan.
  • Remove from the heat.
  • Mix for 5 minutes, then add eggs one at a time.
  • Mix for another minute.
  • Divide the dough into 12 portions.
  • Shape the dough around each hot dog.
  • Bake in a 325 degree oven on a greased cookie sheet.
  • Bake until hot dogs are sizzling and rolls are done, about 20-30 minutes.
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"I used to make these all the time when my kids were little. These rollups are not just for Passover, you can make them with regular flour for all year round."
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  1. Funkymunky613
    I've made these for a few years now for Passover. It tastes (and looks) a lot like a corn dog. My kids love these. If I loved corn dogs maybe I'd love it too :). But still, it is a cheap, quick, easy meal on Passover that makes my kids happy.
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  2. SIG4439
    I didn't have time to make these during passover so I decided to make them after using up my matza meal. My husband really liked them he said they were like a corn dog. Maybe next passover I will buy wooden sticks to make them more authentic! Maybe the dough can be used for other items too. Thanks for sharing a great idea.
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  3. Chugar63
    I would rather have hotdogs wrapped in cresent rolls but for passover these are a very pleasant break for the family. Very Tasty
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  4. dlkspeech
    A BIG HIT with my kids 11-16!
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  5. TryingTraditional
    I did an ingredient search as all I had thawed was hot dogs. We had bread on it's second rise and iddn't want to wait 2 hours before supper. No buns. No tater tots. No idea what to do for supper. This turned out great. I was not sure what matzo meal is and used corn masa flour. I sprinkled some parchment paper with cornmeal as well as the dogs once they were on there. Toward the end of baking (took mine the full time to finish) I turned them a little. The kids loved it, I loved it, and it went nicely with grapes for a very last minute supper!
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