"If you're a fan of the classic chili dog, you're going to love this easy version, a Crescent-topped casserole ready in only 30 minutes." — Pillsbury® Crescents
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2 (15 ounce) cans
chili with beans
hot dogs, sliced
1 1/2 cups
shredded American cheese
1 (8 ounce) can
Pillsbury® refrigerated crescent dinner rolls or Pillsbury® Crescent Recipe Creations® refrigerated seamless dough sheet
This was so easy and delicious. Instead of shredded American cheese I used some shredded coldby cheese. This is a definite do again.
I like the idea of this recipe thats why I gave it 3 stars, but it just didnt work out for us. Taste wise it would have been ok but it was to salty. I never had canned chili before and I guess mixed with the hot dogs it was to over the top salty. Also, there is no way there is enough of this to fill a 9x13 pan. I had to add 1 cup of frozen corn because there just wasnt enough and I used a 10x10 pyrex pan and that was just perfect. My son said why didnt you just make pigs in a blanket? That would have been better. I have to agree.
I used leftover homemade chili from the night before, Angus beef hot dogs and shredded extra sharp cheddar. I liked that this used what I had on hand and came together in literally no time. Though the kids liked it, my husband wasn't a huge fan. Cute idea. I might make something like this again but use something else to make a "crust".
This was good, I wouldn't call it "amazing" but definitely something to put together quickly on a weeknight. I used turkey hot-dogs, because i will not eat the other kind and it still tasted pretty good! I also used the perforated crescent dough and it worked out well and easy to separate into four sections b/c of the perforation. Maybe next time i would add diced onion for a little more flavor
This was great. I'll give it 5 stars. Not that it's quite a Beef Wellington recipe or something, but for what it is, it was yummy. Most of the ingredients are packaged foods, and this is a basic comfort-food recipe. It's quick and easy to make, and for a somewhat common recipe, it had a slightly elegant touch with the dough topping and sesame seeds. I tried to make it exactly as written. I'd never heard of the Pillsbury dough sheet, but when I went to the store looking for it, I found it right away. I've never seen shredded American cheese for sale, so I shredded/crumbled about a third of a pound of deli-sliced American cheese. I baked the dish for 20 minutes, enough to slightly brown the dough. One sign of a five-star dish is that I wanted to eat the whole thing in one go, but I managed to make it last for 2 consecutive dinners. Highly recommended!
This is super easy to make and taste great on a cold night. I did change one thing and that is to adding dough on the bottom of the pan to give it a pie like taste. Next time I make it am going to try it with onion and spicy mustard
very easy and good
Easy, tasty and kid friendly
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chili-Cheese Dog Crescent Casserole
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 377
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