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GREAT! I've cooked these for friends and family. When people see what I'm preparing they generally give me an odd look but love them when they are served. But hey...whay stop at a triple bypass? I sprinkle lightly crushed pork rinds on top for the full coronary!
I really enjoyed this recipes. It is certainly an artery clogger. I didn't grill these because it is too cold to grill them outside this time of year. So I cooked them up in a skillet on the stove. They turned out great! Also make sure to use regular cut bacon not the thick cut because the burger meat will cook up faster then the thick cut bacon. I made that mistake the first time I made them.
These were so good but hard to get your mouth around. The second time we made them we split the hot dogs in half length-wise and used half for each one. We pre cooked the bacon and laid a strip on each hot dog half and covered that with the meat. We also used regular hot dog buns. It was much easier to take a bite of the second ones.
these are delicious. i saw these featured on an episode of Bar rescue but they didnt give a real recipe, so i looked it up. the only thing i changed was they split the hotdog and put cheddar cheese in the middle then wrapped with beef and bacon. sooooooo goooooood
I made these a little differently than the recipe because of the reviews that stated the beef was bland. I used my normal hamburger recipe for the grill which is ground chuck Worcestershire sauce minced onion garlic powder onion powder sea salt fresh cracked pepper and a soft stick of butter combined into the mix. I used Nathan's hot dogs as they're my favorite and compared to the pic mine turned out quite a bit thicker than the ones pictured. They do take a considerable amount of time to grill. Considering the thickness I soaked and used wooden skewers cut into thirds instead of toothpicks. I would recommend bbqing them on low and the lid closed but keeping a close eye on them as the flames flare up quickly! These took me about 30 mins to grill on low. They were pretty good the men of the house loved them. Thanks!:)
LOVED IT!Definitly was the oddest looking thing on the grill but the best!Sorry to say I didn't have the bacon on hand @ the time but HAD to try out the recipe anyway.I just threw bac bits in the hamburger mixture!Was awesome!Will pass this on to my mommy friends kids will love this!
The best concoction I have ever tasted!!brilliant!!A nice change from just burgers and brats. I even put my bypasses in a low rimmed pan filled with bbq sauce and let them saute after they were done!!!!YUMMMMM
you ain't lyin' triple bypass....definately hearty...as in...HEART ATTACK!! But I gotta say...loved every minute of feeling the arteries hardening.Great summer time grillin' novelty for special occasions.Thanks...
Awesome recipe!! Can't eat it everyday but for something unique for a BBQ this is it! I fried mine in a skillet because our grill is not working. Then I rolled them in the BBQ sauce and place on a wire rack in a broiler pan to bake up nice and crispy. My family wanted more but of course couldn't eat it. Very filling.