How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 425.
  • Combine the first five ingredients and set aside for a couple minutes.
  • Add flour to a food processor, and while running, slowly add wet mixture. Dough should be sticky, add water if needed.
  • Leave to sit, covered, for five minutes.
  • Divide into four equal parts.
  • Roll each part into a long piece, that is about twice as long as your hot dog, then flatten.
  • Place the hot dog at a 45 degree angle on the dough, and wrap, letting the dough overlap slightly.
  • Boil in large pot of salted water for 3 minutes each and remove from water.
  • If desired, press into a plate of sesame seeds or dried onion flakes.
  • Bake in oven, or grill on BBQ until dough is golden brown.
  • Fully cooked, they freeze well, and can be reheated in the microwave.
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    " It was good "
    duckflesh ate it and said...
    This worked out really well. The dough ended up needing a lot more water than suggested, but I suppose that happens. I tried skipping the boiling step for one of them and it was still good, but the dough was a little less soft and tender--so I do recommend the boiling. I believe cooking time for me was about fifteen minutes.

    I used garlic powder and poppy seeds for topping, both turned out well.
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  • tosuzik 8 years ago
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  • cardiaceco 8 years ago
    When I was stationed at Castle AFB in CA from 88 to 91, there was a hotdog stand in Atwater,CA. They served bagel dogs split open with cream cheese and salsa inside that were absolutely to die for.
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  • marckins 9 years ago
    I worked at a bakery and deli called Wheat Montana who have been serving these bagel dogs for years. Try slicing the top, taking out the hot dog and adding cheese around it before you reheat them. YUMMO!! I am sooo ready for another bagel dog.
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    " It was good "
    invisiblechef ate it and said...
    Sounds good. I will make them with veggie dogs as I HATE hot dogs and so does my son. But I really think he would enjoy eating and making these.

    Great recipe.

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  • softgrey 10 years ago
    this is very creative....
    i have never heard of such a thing...but i bet they are DE-licious!...

    wow...who'd a thunk it?...

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