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June 8, 2017

Jalapeño Cheese Pretzel Dogs

I've never been one to eat gas-station food... The hubs, on the other hand, drove a furniture truck many a mile when he was a bachelor. Many miles translates into many "32-ouncers" of Dr. Pepper®, many bags of Doritos®, and many, many jalapeño cheese dogs
It is in honor of this deep love that I chose to use our June #ImprovCookingChallenge ingredients of jalapeños & cheese in pretzel dogs. 

For this recipe you'll need a package of hot dogs,

a tool to hollow out the dogs
(we found the last one worked the best)
a couple chopped jalapeños  (I removed seeds - you do what you want with them)
a little shredded cheddar and some Greek yogurt to bind enough to stuff...
And of course, the actual recipe...




Then stand back & watch these dogs be devoured!


A couple of the fellas dipped into their favorite salsa, but most chowed down as is!


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12 comments:

  1. How fun to stuff a hot dog, especially with cheese and jalapenos! Wrapping them in homemade pretzel dough takes them over the top. Brava!

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    1. Thank you! The hubs "hates" pretzels & he really enjoyed these dogs.

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  2. This is a great recipe...thanks.

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  3. Looks delicious. I actually thought your pretzel buns were store bought!

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    1. hahaha! Thanks! They sure did turn out pretty, didn't they? I was surprised 'cause I usually only hit on either looks or flavor & this one actually got both... :)

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  4. Why have I never thought to stuff a hot dog with cheese and jalapenos? And the pretzel bun? Oh my, I need this in my life.

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    1. A little time-consuming, but the flavors are worth it!

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  5. Wow, so creative! That bun! Mmmm....

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  6. I may just have to make this for a Tapas or Boat Club night, these would go over well with both of them. Love this recipe.

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    1. I was thinking of using Lil' Smokies, but the thought of stuffing those tiny things was intimidating!

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