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we are tired of grilled franks and franks and beans and I do not want to throw them away.Does anyone have a way to use these up other then what I meantioned?

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    maria
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    we are tired of grilled franks and franks and beans and I do not want

    to throw them away.Does anyone have a way to use these up other then

    what I meantioned?








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    Ann Garner
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    At 10:38 AM 6/12/2008, you wrote:

    >we are tired of grilled franks and franks and beans and I do not want

    >to throw them away.Does anyone have a way to use these up other then

    >what I meantioned?

    Chop them up and use them instead of the meat specified in any of the

    "helper" mixes, even if you do your own mix. Use the chopped or

    sliced franks in any casserole or noodles dish.



    Ann in Arkansas










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    Roxanne
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    cut them up and add them to macaroni and cheese, or in a casserole with
    potatoes and veggies and cheese <span class="moz-smiley-s1">





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    Kelly Tanner
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    My mom used to cut them up and put them on our pizza when we were little.

    My dad used to dip them in pancake batter and fry them..kind of like a pogo dog.

    Wrapped in a crescent roll with cheese and baked.



    Kelly in Kentville, Nova Scotia





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    lisa griffeth
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    I cut them upinto rounds and mix into mac/cheese sometimes...


    Lisa G.



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    Dee Webber
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    When I was a kid, my mom made a dish that was like scalloped potatoes, only she

    added sliced hot dogs. I don't have a recipe, though, sorry!



    Dee

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    > we are tired of grilled franks and franks and beans and I do not want

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    mem68
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    freeze until later when you are craving dogs.

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    > we are tired of grilled franks and franks and beans and I do not want








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    Grace Benz
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    They are good in omelets and mac and cheese and chopped up use in any casserole
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    Barb
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    I'm laughing, only because my uncle worked in a processing plant and my

    mother use get hotdogs by the 10 lb boxes! We learnt to get creative

    with those things. I like the idea of freezing them. Just think meat,

    anywhere you can use a meat in..



    Topping for pizza

    Topping for Baked Potatoes

    Stir-Fried Rice

    Casseroles

    Soups

    Have a Hotdog creating contest if your children are old enough (just

    like a chili cookoff, lol)

    Chop for BBQ cocktail weinies

    One of my favorite..Slice em length-wise and make grilled cheese

    sandwiches (we did this with pie-irons at campfires)

    Chop em in scrambled eggs or quiche

    Crab bait on a string for crabbing

    Grilled Kabob meat



    At Halloween we made "Spiders" over a campfire..Cut the ends of each

    hot dog into quarters leaving about 1-1/2 to 2 inches in the middle

    uncut. You want to leave enough uncut to stick the fork in. Roast the

    dogs over the fire or hot coals in a grill. The "legs" will curl out as

    the hot dogs cook. You can also do them in the kitchen at home over a

    stove burner.





    Here's some cool and different recipes:



    http://www.railroadtrackfilms.com/recipes.html



    here's some recipes to get you brainstorming:



    Chili Dog Pizza

    Ingredients:

    2 cups buttermilk baking mix (such as Bisquick)

    1/2 cup cold water

    1 cup homemade or canned chili

    1 small onion, chopped

    5 frankfurters, thinly sliced

    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese

    Heat oven to 425 degrees. Mix baking mix and water until soft dough

    forms. Roll or pat dough into a 12 inch circle on ungreased cookie

    sheet or pizza pan. Pinch edge of circle, forming a 1/2 inch rim.

    Spread chili over dough; sprinkle with remaining ingredients. Bake

    until crust is golden brown, about 20 minutes.



    Mac and Dogs

    8 ounces uncooked macaroni

    3 tablespoons each butter and flour

    1 3/4 cup milk

    1 cup each cheddar and colby cheeses

    2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese

    1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

    1/2 tsp. salt

    1/4 tsp. pepper

    2 all-beef hotdogs cut into 1/4 inch pieces

    Cook macaroni according to package directions; drain. Meanwhile in

    medium pan melt butter over medium heat. Stir in flour; cook 1 minute.

    Gradually stir in milk. Cook until thickened, stirring constantly,

    about 3 minutes. Add cheeses, Worcestershire sauce, salt and

    pepper.Cook and stir until cheese melts. Stir in macaroni and hot dog

    pieces. Serve immediately. Serves 4-6.





    Creole Franks

    Ingredients:

    5 slices bacon, diced

    1/2 cup chopped onion

    1 cup pineapple juice

    3/4 cup catsup

    1/4 tsp. chili powder

    1/2 tsp. Cajun seasoning (optional)

    12 frankfurters

    Cook bacon, add onion. Brown and drain off fat. Stir in pineapple

    juice, catsup and spices. Score frankfurters diagonally; add to sauce.

    Cover; bring to a boil. Simmer for 8-12 minutes. Serve over rice or

    noodles. 4-6 servings.



    Frankfurters Supreme

    Ingredients:

    9 frankfurters

    6 medium sized potatoes

    1/4 pound American or Velveeta cheese

    1 cup milk

    prepared mustard to taste

    salt

    12 strips bacon

    Cook hotdogs in boiling water for 10 minutes; cut in half lengthwise.

    Place cut side up, on cookie sheet in groups of three. Boil potatoes in

    salted water until done; mash. Melt cheese in hot milk; add to mashed

    potatoes. Add mustard and salt. Pile potatoes on top of hotdogs.

    Partially fry bacon; put two strips on top of each serving. Bake in 350

    degree oven for 15-20 minutes or until heated through. Finish browning

    bacon under broiler. 6 servings.





    Happy Dog Eating!

    BarbinVA
















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    Herlean
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    Wrap them inside crescent rolls with some shredded cheese sprinkled on top and

    bake until the crescents are cooked through.&nbsp;

    &nbsp;

    Herlean





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    doorbell." - Unknown

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    purplebunnyfoofoo
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    Instead of buying 'doggy treats' my daughter cuts up hot dogs into bit size

    pieces and those into halfs and then microwaves them until they are 'hard'.

    About 7 minutes for a dinner plate full of dogs on a papertowel. They become

    hard and salty and the dogs love them for treats. Store for months in a plastic

    bag or dish.





    *~*Teresa Lavey*~*






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    Karen Howell
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    This probably doesn't sound good but believe me it is and kids especially like it.


    I am NOT a good cook - somy way of cooking this may not be the easiest!!





    Fry up some potatoes - I usually cook them in a little water in a skillet until they are almost done and then add oil and fry. Potatoes should be in pieces not grated.





    Add hot dogs cut into pieces -I usually boil the hotdogs first just so I know they are cooked good - just add them to the potatoes as you fry the potatoes.





    In a bowl add eggs, beat them,tear up pieces of bread (a little stale is fine) and put them in the eggs - mix and add to the potatoes as you fry them. Add salt/pepper to taste.





    Cook until the egg/bread mixture isdone.





    I do in equal measure - if I fry 5 potatoes, then 5 hotdogs and maybe 3 eggs and 3 pieces of bread. It's one of those recipes that you can adjust for your family and to what you have on hand.I just call it Hotdog Hash. KarenMO




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    Just Me :
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    This is a yummy way to use up hot dogs.

    Laura TX



    Corn Dog Casserole



    INGREDIENTS:

    2 cups thinly sliced celery

    1 1/2 cups sliced green onions

    2 tablespoons butter

    1 1/2 pounds hot dogs (beef

    and pork frankfurters)

    2 eggs

    1 1/2 cups milk 2 teaspoons ground sage

    1/4 teaspoon ground black

    pepper

    2 (8.5 ounce) packages dry

    corn bread mix

    2 cups shredded Cheddar

    cheese, divided



    DIRECTIONS:

    1. In a medium skillet, saute celery and green onions in butter for 5

    minutes. Place saute mixture in a large bowl; set aside.

    2. Slice hot dogs lengthwise into quarters, then cut into thirds. In

    same skillet, saute hot dogs for 5 minutes or until lightly browned.

    Add to celery/onion mixture and mix all together. Set aside 1 cup of

    mixture.

    3. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).

    4. In a large bowl combine the eggs, milk, sage and pepper. Add all

    but reserved 1 cup hot dog mixture. Stir in corn bread mix and 1 1/2

    cups shredded cheese. Mix all together and spread mixture into a

    shallow 3 quart baking dish. Top with reserved 1 cup hot dog mixture

    and remaining 1/2 cup shredded cheese.

    5. Bake uncovered in preheated oven for 30 minutes, or until golden

    brown.

    ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2008 Allrecipes.com Printed from Allrecipes.com

    6/13/2008
















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    Jackie Rivera
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    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" background="none" style="font-family:arial;font-size:10pt;color:rgb(51, 51, 51);background-color:rgb(255, 255, 255);"><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">We make Mexican corn dogs with our Franks.........They are simply delicious!!! great for the kids to help in the kitchen with mom or dad.

    <span style="font-weight: bold;">Mexican Corn Dogs

    10 corn tortillas
    10 cheese slices ( Kraft american or any other cheese slices) they have to be thin sized
    you can also use thin sliced cheddar.
    10 hot dogs
    2 table spoons of cannola oil
    10 to 20 toothpicks


    place 2 Tbls. of oil in pan, heat on med high ( add a little salt for taste)
    once oil heats up, start softening up your tortillas one at a time on both sides.
    Drain them on a paper towel. Next take your
    cheese and lay it out over 1 tortilla, then take a hot dog and place it on top of the cheese and tortilla. Now roll the tortilla up starting up over one corner and roll it up til the hot dog is fully covered up. Kinda like rolling a cigar, or enchilada, so nothing falls out. Now take a toothpick(s) and skewer it thru the corn tortilla, cheese and hot dog, this make the tortilla hold in place in the skillet next. Now place them back in the skillet seam faced down to melt the cheese. This helps seal the seam so nothing falls out. You may have to add a little more oil to your pan for the "Seal the Deal" part. Drain on paper towels and enjoy them dipped in mustard or Ketchup. You might even like pork n beans on the side with these. Enjoy!!!




    Jackie in Texas City, Texas






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    Karen Howell
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    <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" background="none" style="font-family:arial;font-size:10pt;color:#000000;background-color:#ffffff;"><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">Wrap cookedhotdog in corn tortilla - put toothpick to hold tortilla shut and onto hotdog. Fry in a skillet with a little oil til crisp - peel back tortilla just a tad and add a little mustard if wanted. KarenMO




 

 
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