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June 17, 2009

Spaghetti Hot Dogs

Filed under: Recipes — Tags: , , — Miriam @ 12:00 pm

Spagetti Hot Dogs

I first saw this idea here who found it here who got it from this russian livejournal. So it’s making it’s rounds on the internet I wish I still babysat or had a niece or nephew because I think little kids would love this quick and easy meal. OK, perhaps not as quick and easy as spaghetti with sliced up hot dogs but a fun way to get the kids to eat dinner.

What you will need:

Spagetti Hot Dogs

  • Spaghetti:I think I used thin spaghetti. I would recommend using a spaghetti that’s tough enough to not break when you pierce the hot dog pieces. I bet whole wheat spaghetti would work too.
  • Hot Dogs: I used turkey hot dogs but I’m sure any kind of hot dog/soy dog would do.

Slice up hotdogs in bite sized pieces.
Spagetti Hot Dogs

Stab spaghetti noodles through hot dog pieces. It’s hard to get a specific pattern on both sides, I gave up pretty quickly on getting the spaghetti to be perpendicular to the hot dog piece.

Spagetti Hot DogsIn a pot of boiling water, follow the spaghetti’s directions for cooking the spaghetti A La Dente. Gently drain water and voila.
Spagetti Hot Dogs

A masterpiece that can be eaten with or without a sauce. Although I would recommend that the initial presentation be without sauce.Spagetti Hot DogsPerhaps someone will come up with a creepy name for the dish and it will become a halloween favorite.

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for that, I am so making it for the boys sometime in the near futur.

    Comment by Frances Lorrain Antila-Dyck — June 19, 2009 @ 6:00 pm

  2. Hi there. I found you through Tasty Kitchen and love the hot dog / spaghetti idea. Can’t wait to try it out on my friends’ kids!

    Comment by Jessica — July 21, 2009 @ 11:08 pm


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