Crispy Baked Hot Dog Coins are a fun and easy appetizer that everyone will love!
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I have to admit, I’m not so into superbowl sunday. I mean, I am totally a baseball fan (go Yankees!!), but my knowledge of football amounts to knowing that a touchdown is a good thing. I think.
So. Yeah. Watching football? Not my thing. Eating delicious food? I’m sure you guys know I can get behind that! So, here’s the dish you need to bring to your superbowl party. Or purim party. Or any party. Or supper. Whatever. It’s fun and different, but still really easy: Crispy Baked Hot Dog Coins!
Let me tell you the story of these. One night, I needed a stupidly easy supper that would take me minutes to make. I saw some hot dogs in my fridge, and decided to go with those. I cut the hot dogs in slices, figuring I will cook them in sauce. But then I looked in my pantry and noticed the panko crumbs that Best Select sent me, and I thought to myself…let’s bread these!
The rest, as they say, is history. I breaded them, baked them, and knew the second I took a bite that I had an instant winner. In case you’re thinking that breading these will take you all night, take a look at the recipe. Toss it all together. This takes minutes, I promise.
Oh, and can we talk about how these are NOT fried, but baked? Yep, thanks to the high quality panko crumbs from best select, these crispy baked hot dog coins have a great crunch, even though they aren’t fried. I love that Best Select has an assortment of flavors of panko crumbs to choose from. I was debating between BBQ and Sesame for these, and went with sesame in the end – but you can’t go wrong with any of the flavors. Try the different flavors on all kinds of breaded items, such as chicken fingers, onion rings, breaded cauliflower and more!
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- 8 hot dogs, cut in ¼ inch slices
- 2 Tablespoons flour
- 1 egg
- 2 Tablespoons duck sauce
- 1½ cups Best Select Panko Crumbs, I used sesame flavor
- Preheat oven to 400. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
- Place hot dog slices in a bowl and toss with flour until all slices are coated. Discard excess flour.
- In a small bowl, whisk together egg and duck sauce until combined. Pour over hot dog slices and toss until evenly coated. Pour off any excess liquid.
- Pour panko crumbs over the hot dogs and toss until they are coated in crumbs.
- Grease prepared baking sheet with non-stick spray. Place hot dogs in a single layer on baking sheet and spray the tops with non-stick cooking spray as well.
- Bake for 10 minutes, until golden and crispy.
- These can be frozen and rewarmed. Make sure to rewarm, uncovered, in a single layer to prevent them from getting soggy.
Make sure to put out some extra duck sauce or honey mustard dip (pictured), for dipping!
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