A quick and easy supper - HOT DOG. HOT DOG is a real American favorite known world wide. It's simple and easy to prepare. All you need are, the bun, sausage and salads. Serve best with tomato, chili sauce, mayonnaise or mustard. Perfect for supper. To make a good HOT DOG learn the technique to cook the sausage and toast the bun. Here are some tips that helps.
Enjoy your supper and have a good night sleep.
THE PROPER WAY TO COOK HOTDOG - BY THE PAUPERED CHEF
First, add a little water to a skillet, just enough to
barely cover half the pan. Heat it up until it begins
to steam off, then add the hot dogs. Allow them to steam
as the water boils off completely--I’m told that
this pulls some of the salt out. You may need to
tilt the skillet and drain off the last tablespoon or so.
Next, add a tablespoon of butter for each dog.
Because, why not. The hot dog will begin to
blister and turn all sorts of savory colors.
In the meantime, toast your buns.
THE PROPER WAY TO TOAST HOT DOG BUN BY - E-HOW
- Add a light coating of butter. Traditional hot dog buns become more flavorful if a very thin layer of butter is placed on top before toasting.
- Place the buns on the grill while you are cooking your hot dog. Put the buns face down on the grill, preferably the top rack. The hot dog buns only take a minute or two to get toasted.
- Use the broiler to toast hot dog buns. A broiler can usually fit at least four or more buns at one time. Toast them on a low setting for a couple of minutes until they are golden brown.
- You put the buns face down and let them travel through the toaster until they are warmed. For darker buns, you may want to put the buns through several times.