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flatliner hotdogs

Discussion in 'Food Talk' started by NetMonkey, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. NetMonkey

    NetMonkey [OP] Well-Known Member

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    so, i saw this recipe on one of the food networks and i had to try it.


    take 1/4-1/3 pound of ground beef and flatten it on a piece of plastic wrap and add your favorite seasoning (i used a garlic seasoning).
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    add your favorite cheese (i used a chipotle gouda).
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    add your favorite hotdog (i used a cheese bratwurst).
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    using the plastic wrap, fold the ground beef around the hotdog.
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    remove the plastic wrap and add 3 strips of thick cut bacon around it.
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    push toothpicks through the bacon to make sure that it all stays together.
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    place on oiled baking sheet (you could also pan fry).
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    cook at 375 for 45 minutes. make sure that they are thuroughly cooked. for mine, i cooked until the inside temp was at 170 degrees.
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    finished product.
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    cut and serve :)
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    wow... these things are very filling (my wife and i could only eat 1 between the two of us).

    whew.... now to go sleep this off :)

    enjoy :)
     
  2. Beeyelluh

    Beeyelluh iz in ur accountz payin ur billz

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    GeoTaco the town is back that way

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    nomnomnom
     
  4. krap22

    krap22 Well-Known Member

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    Take it one step further, roll them in breadcrumbs and parmesean cheese before you bake them. :D. They are good. We did these a while ago. Definitely a little over the top, but very tasty.
     
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    Amazing....
     
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    Looks YUMMY!
     
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    Yeah after you eat one spend an hour on the treadmill..... wow they look good and I want 2.......
     
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