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Old 04-12-2009, 10:15 AM   #21
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How do you make "hot dogs with fried onions"? That sounds good.
Actually, quite simple. I just slice the onions thinly (take a half onion and instead of slicing in half circles, slice the other way to get strips). I just put them in a pan with some butter (or oil) and cook until they are just starting to caramelize and then I through the hot dogs in the same pan and cook until they are hot and brown on all sides. Keep stirring the onions.

Then I just load the bun with the hot dog and pile on the onions.
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Old 04-12-2009, 10:21 AM   #22
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Actually, quite simple. I just slice the onions thinly (take a half onion and instead of slicing in half circles, slice the other way to get strips). I just put them in a pan with some butter (or oil) and cook until they are just starting to caramelize and then I through the hot dogs in the same pan and cook until they are hot and brown on all sides. Keep stirring the onions.

Then I just load the bun with the hot dog and pile on the onions.
Patty asked, but I thank you! That sounds so good!... especially for a weekend lunch or dinner!
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Hi VB, I am a mod and still haven't gotten the knack of putting two quotes in the same post (don't tell the admins ).

I meant it for both of you and am glad you like it!
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Old 04-12-2009, 03:06 PM   #24
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Actually, quite simple. I just slice the onions thinly (take a half onion and instead of slicing in half circles, slice the other way to get strips). I just put them in a pan with some butter (or oil) and cook until they are just starting to caramelize and then I through the hot dogs in the same pan and cook until they are hot and brown on all sides. Keep stirring the onions.

Then I just load the bun with the hot dog and pile on the onions.

Thank you. I usually put raw onions on my hot dogs. I will have to try this.
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