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This is a great after-school snack that the kids will love. The recipe can also be made in the microwave.

92 people made this

IngredientsServes: 4

  • 4 hot dogs
  • 250g ready-made mashed potatoes
  • 4 slices processed cheese, such as Kraft singles

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:15min ›Ready in:25min

  1. Preheat oven to 180 C / Gas 4.
  2. Slit hot dogs lengthways down the centre, but do not cut in half. Spread them open and place them in a 23cm square baking dish. Pile an equal amount of the mashed potatoes onto each hot dog.
  3. Bake for 10 minutes in the preheated oven. Turn the oven off and remove the dish of hot dogs. Place one slice of cheese onto each one and return them to the oven until the cheese has melted.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(99)

Reviews in English (88)

by MariyaC

Excellent! I give it 5-stars, not because it's such an amazing dish (I mean, come on, it's just hot dogs & potatoes) but, it's so quick & easy and has so much potential for experimentation. I only had brats on hand, so I decided to stuff my mashed potatoes in the brats & poured mushroom gravy on top instead of cheese. My whole family loved it! I thought the name "sheep dogs" (as mentioned by another reviewer) was very clever for this dish. Next time I try this recipe, I may try Italian sausages with marinara & mozzarella topping (i.e. the "Italian Sheep Dog") or sour cream, bacos, green onion & shredded cheddar cheese (i.e. the "American Sheep Dog"). As for the brat . well, that'd be the German Sheep Dog :-) Just so many possibilities, and tons of fun for the kids too!-15 Apr 2005

by NJSS2000

I have been out of town for a couple of days. I got home and really wasn't in the mood to cook dinner but I found four hotdogs in the freezer so I decided to make this. My husband wasn't excited when I told him what we were having but after his first bite, he said we definitely need to have this again. My son and his friend enjoyed it too. Not gourmet, but for hot dog lovers it is something different and good.-23 Jan 2003

by ladybuggs5224

Very good, cheap, and easy. I used leftover mashed taters from last night, added some bacon, used cheddar as thats what I had on hand, and fried my dogs on both sides after cutting so they would have a nice flavor. I will totally make these again. I always have hotdogs and they were perfect to use up the left over taters and the true bonus was they were so quick to make =))-31 Oct 2009


  • Prep Time: 2 mins
  • Cook Time: 2 mins
  • Total Time: 4 mins
  • Servings: 1
  • Easy
Photo by Casey Hack

Step 1

Place tortilla wrap on a plate or flat surface.

Step 2

Cut off two edges to make the sides of the tortilla straight.

Step 3

Add cheese. Lots and lots of cheese.

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Roll it up and get ready to fry.

Step 7

Fill up the bottom of the pan with oil on medium-high heat. Fry until golden brown (1-2 mins).

Step 8

Place on napkin to remove extra grease, add a little salt, ketchup and mustard, and enjoy the deliciousness that is a hot dog-tortilla combo.


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2 tbsp butter or ghee, divided
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1 pinch nutmeg

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