A Tried and True Campfire Favorite…..

There’s nothing like a hot dog roasted on an open camp fire, right? Well, we found a way to “step it up a notch”. Granted, you have to have the right equipment….a cast iron hot dog iron. We’ve had ours for years and we all agree that there isn’t a better hot dog to be found….anywhere!

So here’s the recipe…..

2 slices of bread, buttered on one side

2 hot dogs

1 hot dog iron

Place each hot dog on the unbuttered side of each slice of bread and place end to end in the hot dog iron. (See the picture) Close and lock the hot dog iron. Trim the excess bread/crust sticking out from the side of the hot dog iron. Roast slowly over red hot coals. Open the iron, remove the hot dogs and enjoy the best dog EVER!

Dip these “puppies” in ketchup and/or mustard and ENJOY! Another option is to forget the bread….instead place the hot dogs in the hot dog iron and cover with prepared Jiffy cornbread mix, close the lid and roast over the hot coals until done – a campfire version of a corn-dog!

Published by Ramblin' Rosie

We are retired nurses with a desire to explore the United States, and beyond, in our Winnebago motor home. We are accompanied our three pups, Fanny May, Kaiser, and Rosie.

3 thoughts on “A Tried and True Campfire Favorite…..

  1. PEG This is your cousin Cheri and I’m loving all these posts–I hope to receive more of them. I also hope you have a wonderful travel experience and enjoy all the beauty this USA has to offer. So jealous of you!! In a good way. love ya and best wishes to you and Howard.

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  2. How fun! So glad you shared a link to your blog. Wishing you all the best on your travels and looking forward to reading more about Ramblin Rosie’s many adventures. Roll on Peg and Howard!!!

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