Hot diggedy dogs

Hot diggedy dogs

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Cooking time

Prep: 10 mins - 15 mins Cook: 20 mins - 25 mins

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 6

Bonfire night wouldn’t be complete without bangers - here, sausages and onion roast together in the oven

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per hot dog

kcalories
351
protein
11g
carbs
37g
fat
19g
saturates
6g
fibre
2g
sugar
1g
salt
1.79g

Ingredients

  • 2 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 6 large pork sausages
  • 1 large onion, sliced
  • 1 tsp yellow mustard seeds
  • 6 big flour tortillas
  • 2 tbsp tomato relish
  • paper napkins, to serve

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Method

  1. Preheat the oven to fan 180C/ conventional 200C/gas 6. Pour the oil into the tin and put it in the oven for a couple of minutes to heat up. Add the sausages to the hot tin and roast for 10 minutes.
  2. Push the sausages to the outer edges of the tin and scatter the sliced onion in the centre. Sprinkle the onion slices with the mustard seeds and some salt and pepper and turn them to coat in the hot oil at the bottom of the tin. Return to the oven for 10-15 minutes until the sliced onions are golden and the sausages are completely cooked through.
  3. Briefly heat the flour tortillas in the oven, microwave or in a dry frying pan to make them softer and easier to roll. Place a sausage and some onion on each one, top with a spoonful of relish and roll, folding the bottom over. Serve straight away, wrapped in paper napkins.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, November 2003

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sara67's picture

I did these yesterday and all you could hear were mmmmms. I didn't have any mustard seeds but I did have an old tin of colmans mustard powder (hate to think how old!) and I coated the raw onion in a teaspoon of the powder before putting them in the oven. I was very surprised with just how delicious the result was (but made out I knew all along!) This is a really vital tip - double wrap them or you'll lose all those lovely juices, and make sure you remember the baby wipes for the clear up afterwards. This is seriously scrummy and one of the simplest things I've done from this site. Another secret recipe! x

thecherub's picture

This was a simple and tasty dinner. I didnt have yellow mustard seeds so used black instead - it tasted ok, no idea what the difference is! The wraps made a nice change. Will definitely do it this way again.

joanneeland's picture
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This is a great idea. I used curry sausages from my local butcher and filled the tortillas with mango chutney, caramelised onions and chilli mayo. it was totally divine!!!!

honeypossums's picture
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these are great! so easy, simple and delicious. great as a friday night supper.
i use red onion too.

sciencegirl's picture
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I wish there were more stars.

sciencegirl's picture
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Best hotdogs. Ever. Do them, seriously, just do them, you will never look back in your life.

caradavis1985's picture
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I only had low fat sausages available, but they were yum and made the normally boring sausages quite delicious. I served it with jacket potatoes and corn on the cob.

hannahnicholls's picture

Gorgeous!

hannahnicholls's picture

Gorgeous!

moss2009's picture

I have made these a lot - they are delicious and a great alternative to sausages in hot dog rolls. Really easy and so worth trying - kids love them too.

botleypark402's picture
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Made them for a Saturday lunch and they were really tasty. As I am not a bread lover I much preferred them to conventional hot dogs

chadford's picture

I'll be doing these again, and again and ......

harding-hook's picture
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Was so impressed with this recipe, couldn't believe that something so simple, tasted so yummy!!! Will be using this recipe all year round!!!

michellepickens's picture

Definately going to try these for an easy and interesting lunch with hubby and kids.

oldhal's picture
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Very yummy... i used mini pittas instead of the wraps... much easier for my little girl to hold and eat... will definately be doing these again.

brikat98's picture
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Quick, easy and delicious. We have been making these for several years and they are always popular. I like to serve them as a Saturday night supper too and use regular hot dog buns instead of tortillas. Makes for a more interesting hot dog!

hlnharrison's picture
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These have become a traditional favourite for bonfire night in our family. They are wonderful with ordinary sausages but the best quality ones make them even better. I quite often cook sausages this way to have in rolls with soup for lunch.

seachelle's picture

Really delicious, Now a firm favorite with the children.

scotti82's picture

Great bonfire night treat, I used tomato and red pepper relish and some extra English mustard for even more heat. Definitely a favorite now.

mrsmusg's picture
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I make these every bonfire night and they always go down a treat. They are easily made & transported but best of all yummy

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