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Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 45 minutes Serves: 4 people
Hot Dog Soup day today!!.
Hi to all my fellow chefs here on the East Coast of Africa and around this beautiful world we live in.
Well now that Winter is fast approaching, we here at Home Cooking Haven decided it's time to pull out our Soup Menus and share them with you.
Boy have I got a great recipe for all of you today, which is also Banting friendly and packed with delicious veggies.
What's more is this delicious flavorful warm and filling hearty soup, is easy to make and a fun way of getting the little one's to eat all their veggies.
Most people would relate a Hot dog to a Vienna between a fresh roll with Mustard and ketchup, well believe me there are so many ways of using Hot Dog Frankfurters to create some great meals, starting off with soup today.
Hot Dog Soup is one of those great soups which one can add almost any Vegetable, (time to clean out your veggie rack he he).
Okey Dokey I've just heard the weather report, Cold front on the way this afternoon, I guess we better start collecting the ingredients for this heart warming soup, before the family gets home.
We will need the following
Great, now that we have gathered all the ingredients for this hearty hot dog soup packed with veggies...….. its that time...….. Wait for it:
It's Time To Start A Cooking
Great, we have finished this hearty soup just in time as I can hear the kids coming home. Below are a few ideas for serving:
Claim to the birthplace of the Frankfurter.
In1805 – The people of Vienna (Wien), Austria point to the term “wiener” to prove their claim as the birthplace of the hot dog. It is said that the master sausage maker who made the first wiener got his early training in Frankfurt, Germany. He called his sausage the “wiener-frankfurter.”
The World's longest hot dog created was 60 meters (197 ft.), which rested within a 60.3-meter (198 ft.) bun. The hot dog was prepared by Shizuoka Meat Producers for the All-Japan Bread Association, which baked the bun and coordinated the event, including official measurement for the world record. The hot dog and bun were the center of a media event in celebration of the Association's 50th anniversary on August 4, 2006, at the Akasaka Prince Hotel, Tokyo, Japan.
Hot dog carts are quick and easy food services, supplying millions of people with food every day. In 2015 the U.S. Hot Dog Council estimated that 15% of the approximately 10 billion hot dogs consumed by Americans in 2014 were purchased from a mobile hot dog vendor cart. Hot dog carts are very common in New York City and most of the hot dogs purveyed by hot dog carts in New York City are sourced from Sabrett.