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Old 08-28-2012, 06:16 AM   #11
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It reminds me also of wiener burgers. We've had burger dogs or wiener burgers when the wrong buns are the only buns in the house. However I did not roll them in Saran wrap. It could be a fun idea, but only ketchup? I don't think so.
That is how they originated around here to. I cut them in half then slice them lengthways and spread them out on the burger bun. My daughter prefers them that way now. lol.
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From time to time,we have tacos using hotdog buns instead of taco shells, we call 'em Chee-wah-wahs...y'know... Mexican dogs.
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:01 AM   #13
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Nice, Serbian cevapcici would look lovely served in this buns.
Thanks for the idea Cerise :)
with hot paprika of course souv!!
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:11 AM   #14
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nice on cerise.i think identical foods taste different sometimes just because they are a different shape so i'm going to try this one for sure.
think i may try it with some feta down the middle & a bit less salt before folding.....kind of "juicy lucy" i think you call them over your side of the pond?
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Din't I see Sandra Lee do this for a kids' birthday party?
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Old 08-28-2012, 06:49 PM   #17
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This one is by far better than the guy in the video.Awesome as the matter if fact.
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nice on cerise.i think identical foods taste different sometimes just because they are a different shape so i'm going to try this one for sure.
think i may try it with some feta down the middle & a bit less salt before folding.....kind of "juicy lucy" i think you call them over your side of the pond?
(And wrapped in bacon.) You read my mind. We could shape 'em like a donut & serve 'em on a bagel, for the diet conscious. lol. Just saw yours, H, (& Bolas' pic). Looks great. Will have to try it as well.
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From time to time,we have tacos using hotdog buns instead of taco shells, we call 'em Chee-wah-wahs...y'know... Mexican dogs.
Lol. Good idea. Will give it a go too. Sometimes I have several different kinds of bread (wraps, etc.), & they wind up going to waste.
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