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Fabulous! And when I say fabulous, I mean Fab-u-lous! Fabulously delicious, fabulously fast, and fabulously not a single complaint at the dinner table! If that’s not fabulous, I don’t know what is!
Much like myself, my family loves simplicity. It really doesn’t get any easier than this. This makes an awesome and easy weeknight dinner. There is not a lot of fuss going on right here, and lets not forget one of the important parts about this recipe, it’s cheap! Oh yea, totally budget friendly. Check out these ingredients….
That’s it! That’s all it takes to make this cheap, simple, yet fabulous dinner. I served it with some fries, but you could serve it with onion rings, or a salad! Fruit salad, coleslaw, garden salad, potato salad, noodle salad.. whew! The options are endless! Grab some hot dogs, chili with no beans, can of diced green chilies, can of cheddar cheese soup (by the way Fiesta Nacho Cheese soup would be EXCELLENT in this just to kick it up a notch), Mexican blend cheese, a nice fat red onion, corn chips and some buns, and you’re going to have a house full of happy peeps too!
Now, you can cook your hot dogs any way you want. Grill them, broil them, bake them, boil them, over a campfire, whatever makes you happy! I chose to bake mine, mostly because my personal Grill Master was not feeling too good, and I didn’t want to bug him just to grill hot dogs. Personally, I prefer hot dogs grilled, but if I can’t have that, baking them is my next favorite way. It’s pretty quick and pretty fuss free. Just line a baking sheet with parchment paper, score the tops a couple times and pop them in the oven. Turn them about halfway through the baking process. Easy peasy!
These dogs remind me of the county fair, which by the way I haven’t been to one since I was a kid! I really should do that one of these days, but until then, I have these Fabulous Frito Dogs that I can make right here at home, and now you can too! So go make some already!