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Southwestern Hot Dogs

Southwestern Hot Dogs

"'Plain hot dogs are dressed up with an appealing Tex-Mex flavor in this recipe,' reports Marion Stanley of Joseph, Oregon. 'I made these stuffed hot dogs for my kids when they were young and later for my grandchildren.'"
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Ingredients

15 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, combine the first six ingredients. Cut a 1/2-in.-deep lengthwise slit in each hot dog. Spoon about 2 tablespoons cheese mixture into each. Broil for 2-3 minutes or until cheese is melted. Serve on buns.

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I was very impressed with these and it was a great way to dress up a hot dog. I did have a bit of trouble stuffing them BUT, I used the Oscar Meyer all beef and they are just too narrow. I'm su...

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This recipe was just okay, and I probably won't be making it again. All I could taste was the chili powder and the cheese. Not worth the effort and added fat/calories, in my opinion.

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I was very impressed with these and it was a great way to dress up a hot dog. I did have a bit of trouble stuffing them BUT, I used the Oscar Meyer all beef and they are just too narrow. I'm su...

This is quick, good and easy. Although I did think it was a bit of a pain to stuff the hot dogs, I did like the end result. I cut five of my hot dogs in half then stuffed them bc I only have h...

This made a nice change to our usual hot dogs and grilled onions. Husband topped his with jarred jalapeno slices. Not bad at all. Thanks, Marion!

What a great way to jazz up ordinary dogs! I used chopped white onion, since I didn't have any green onion on hand. A nice change of pace from the standard hot dog, thanks!

This recipe was just okay, and I probably won't be making it again. All I could taste was the chili powder and the cheese. Not worth the effort and added fat/calories, in my opinion.

Made this to use as a topping for grilled dogs. Combined all the ingredients (minus the tortilla chips) and refrigerated. It definately dressed up the dog with a mild flavour, will kick up the...

Added a great flavor to a plain old hot dog! I didn't have any chili powder on hand, so I substituted taco seasoning in for that and the green onion. Still very tasty!

It isn't difficult to stuff the hot dogs. It's well worth the small effort. I added tabasco for a bit more heat! Great recipe.

Good stuff! We love hot dogs and I was looking for a new way to prepare them when we ran across this recipe. It was easy, tasty, and different. Will likely add some hot sauce and jalapeños ne...

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