Ingredients

How to make it

  • Cut dogs down the center like the pic so they lay flat in the pan.
  • Cook on medium and let the cut side get a little black like the pics.
  • Turn and let the other side get a little black.
  • Toast the bread when you flip the dogs.
  • First spread edge to edge mayo - no dry spots
  • The best taste is from using yellow mustard see pic.
  • Mix the mustard into the mayo and spread it around so the mixed mayo and mustard is edge to edge.
  • A great crunchy taste!
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  • cswindoll 3 years ago
    BOY DOES THIS BRING BACK MEMORIES OF CHILDHOOD. FRIED HOT DOG AND BOLOGNA SANDWICHES. YUMMY!
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  • jkirk 3 years ago
    Hi. I was wondering if you would consider adding this recipe to the newly created “Hot Dogs” group. Thanks for your help – Jim.
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    " It was excellent "
    windy1950 ate it and said...
    My late hub LOVED fried hot dogs on toast sandwiches, except his condiment of choice was catsup. ^5 JJ, and thanks for the memory refresher!!
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    " It was excellent "
    cookingandbakingqueen ate it and said...
    I've heard about this and I was a wondering on how to make it.Now I got it.Thank you.5 forks.
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    " It was excellent "
    momoften ate it and said...
    I remember being a kid and thinking I was do some real fancy cooking frying hot dogs. I use to slice them and fry them. (And my husband likes fried spam, too.)
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  • thegoldminer 5 years ago
    Yep right along with fried spam sandwich, all good stuff, glad you enjoyed the old Fired Hot Dog Sandwich. Best, JJ.
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  • moss52 5 years ago
    This is old school! I love it! hahahah! :o)
    Ever had a fried bologna sandwich?
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    cheryilyn ate it and said...
    love this, we used to get a little fancy and melt cheese on the hot dogs and sometimes maybe add onion.
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  • saavedra 6 years ago
    Oh my goodness, just YUM!
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  • thegoldminer 6 years ago
    Cool, at age 60 I understand. It brought back a lot memories for many. JJ
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  • gratefoole 6 years ago
    I used to refer to this as a "Burnt Weenie Sandwich" (even if the weenies weren't really burnt) in honor of a Frank Zappa song. Actually, I still refer to it that way......
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  • thegoldminer 6 years ago
    then it was worth the posting Best, JJ
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    " It was excellent "
    dancegypsy67 ate it and said...
    This just brings a smile to my face! :)
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  • dixiejet 6 years ago
    Thanks,goldminer ! I remember that recipe too and also remember eating it while watching Soupy Sales....any of ya'll old enough to remember HIM ? lol !
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  • krumkake 7 years ago
    Well, there's a picture to invoke childhood memories! I never had the mayo on it, but will definitely try it that way...what a blast from the past!! Thanks for the smile...
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  • shandy 7 years ago
    JJ,

    What the heck...where's the cheesecake pictures??? Come on man...Get hoppin! Yeah, I know...gotta be just right. Love the pictures for the hotdog. Having fun again, I see :D
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  • thegoldminer 7 years ago
    You are very welcome. It has stirred a lot of memories for many. Lemon cake in the oven, cheese cake is OMG that looks so good. New sandwich, kids love it, on soon. Cotto salami and ????? JJ
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    zena824 ate it and said...
    We used to eat these growing up here in the deep south and was darn pleased to get them... Lol.. thanks for the memory......
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  • dee 7 years ago
    JJ, You made my day with this recipe :-) I have not had a dog like that is years..and it sure brings back great memories for me too! I will have to remember to try this one on the grandkids when I get back stateside.
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  • thegoldminer 7 years ago
    Thats ok, I watched Gilligans and the Lone Ranger with Tonto and Silver the horse! You know sometimes it just the real simple stuff that makes it all worth while. Glad you enjoyed the posting. Another thing to do is boil hot dogs and then put regular hot dog buns in the microwave. two at a time, about 15 seconds (1300watt is mine). Have mayo and mustard, sweet pickle relish ready. The buns come out steamed and so soft, quickly put on mayo, mustard, relish, then dive in. Yummmy also. JJ
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