Hot Dogs With The Works

Hot Dogs With The Works

"'What screams summer more than grilled hot dogs?' asks Maria Regakis of Somerville, Massachusetts. She places hot dogs in buns before topping them with a zesty cheese sauce and grilling them in a double layer of foil."
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15 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine the cheese, tomato, onion and relish. Place hot dogs in buns; top with cheese mixture. Wrap hot dogs in a double layer of heavy-duty foil (about 12 in. x 10 in.). Grill, uncovered, over medium-hot heat for 8-10 minutes or until heated through and cheese is melted.

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Well, my huband loves hot dogs and this had his name written all over it! We didn't bother wrapping the hot dogs in foil - just slap 'em right on the grill. We warmed the rolls and the heat from...

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My friend loves onion, directly the perfect Hotdog for her

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Well, my huband loves hot dogs and this had his name written all over it! We didn't bother wrapping the hot dogs in foil - just slap 'em right on the grill. We warmed the rolls and the heat from...

These were great. My wife never asks for seconds and she had a second dog. It takes a little more time for something that really never takes time but they were good. Next time I will use my wa...

This was a big hit. Very simple and you do not need any condiments (ketchup, mustard, chili, etc.). It's nice to fix hot dogs that do not require 10 other items on the table to complete the me...

I didn't grill these just boiled the hot dogs and threw the buns in the oven and toasted them up. I thought I would miss the ketchup and mustard, but I really didn't. I would eat my hot dog this...

My friend loves onion, directly the perfect Hotdog for her

Nice change from the typically served dog. The kids said it was like a taco hot dog. Only mustard was added to mine. No need for anything else and nobody asked. I put everything together and pla...

I have made Hot Dogs like this for over 10 years and my husband loves them of course he thinks he has to add jalapenos. Personally I leave off the relish and add sliced avacados to mine YMMM !!!

My son enjoyed these. However next time I will use less onion.

These were not bad, but not special. Probably won't make them again.

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