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Great and easy recipe, but we do this for a once in a while treat as it's not too healthy. However, it can be even faster --since hot dogs are already cooked in the package, no need to boil them -- just poke a couple of holes in each one with a fork before you wrap them up in the dough. Skip the step of boiling them -- they get plenty hot in the oven.
Hot Dog Mummies Haiku: "Gourmet food, it's not. But serve to younger diners? They'll scarf them down!" This recipe is as basic as it gets, and my 7-year old and her slumber party pals enjoyed helping put them together and eating them in a most kid-friendly fashion, w/ buttered green beans. Would be a cute, fast supper b4 trick-or-treating.
Three and one-half stars would be more like it. Looked like a fun and tasty recipe so tried it today using Aidell's chicken and apple sausages as those were on hand and hot dogs were not. They come four to a package and are pretty large. Sauteed just a few minutes in a skillet first then halved each one to fit the crescent roll. Something wasn't quite right with the crescent rolls as they didn't cut easily into triangles as they always have previously plus it was not so easy to wrap as suggested. Baked as directed but found the dough not quite done enough so next time will bake according to package directions which is 375 for 9-12 mins. Thank you for an interesting fun Halloween treat.
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