Landscaped Hotdogs

There's so many ways one can cook a hot dog. Whether you fry it, throw it on the grill, boil, or even microwave, the end result still sits happily in your stomach. Though at times it, more often than I'd care to admit, they'll end up cold in the middle. I mean, I'll still eat it but warm definitely tastes better.

It seems like there's a more thorough way to cook your franks so everything is evenly nice and hot. Pretty much all you need to pull off this hack is a barbecue skewer and a knife.

Skewer

First you penetrate the weenie with your wooden skewer.

Cutting

Taking a knife, you slice around the hot dog in a spiral motion until you reach the end of the slab of meat.

Cutted

Because you used the wooden skewer, the hot dogs should not fall apart once you're done cutting. Now, all you have to do is throw them on the grill or a frying pan and cook them thoroughly. Personally, I enjoy mine slightly charred.

Sauce

The end result is a dog with nooks and crannies you can add your choice of condiments into. Sliced bread is a viable substitute for hot dog buns or even a hard taco shell.

H/T + Picthx  mgood0523

Peter Pham

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