The Amazing Gourmet Schnitzel Hot Dog. This is for HUNGRY Hot Dog Fans!!! Gourmet Hot Dog Recipe.

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The Amazing Gourmet Schnitzel Hot Dog. This is for HUNGRY Hot Dog Fans!!! Gourmet Hot Dog Recipe.
Recipe type: Fast Food
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 2
Today we're taking yesterday's schnitzel even further from the traditional version. A footlong sausage wrapped in cheese, schnitzel and bacon, pan-fried to golden crispy perfection, then served on a length of fresh French loaf. Gourmet Hotdog Deluxe!!!
For 2 Gourmet Hot Dogs
  • 2 x 12 inch Smoked Vienna sausages
  • 2 x Chicken breasts
  • 6 Slices streaky bacon
  • 40g Mozzarella cheese, finely shredded
  • 1 x 24 inch French loaf
  • ⅓ Small lettuce
  • Condiments of your choice to garnish
  1. Using sharp knife, slash angled cuts into both sides of the sausages.
  2. Unpack the smoked streaky bacon.
  3. To prepare the chicken, cut away the fillets from the breasts. Fold them in cling-wrap and using your meat mallet, tap them down to a thickness of 3mm or ⅛th of an inch.
  4. Working with one schnitzel at a time, turn the schnitzel width-ways and sprinkle half of the finely shredded cheese over the chicken.
  5. Place the sausage in the center and proceed to roll the chicken around the sausage as firmly as possible.
  6. Place a strip of bacon at a slight angle above the chicken. Roll this up with the chicken so that it spirals along the chicken. Repeat this with another 2 slices of bacon until the chicken is totally wrapped in bacon.
  7. Repeat this with second dog.
  8. Before frying the dogs, finely slice a third of a small lettuce.
  9. Cut the French loaf in half. This is a store-bought loaf, and the cheese had already been added, however, you can use any loaf of your choosing, provided it is large enough to accommodate these huge dogs.
  10. Slice through the tops of the half-loafs leaving the bottoms intact.
  11. Fill each half-loaf with half of the shredded lettuce.
  12. Heat a large pan over medium high heat and add 30g of butter. Fry the dogs for 3 minutes per side, remembering that they have 4 sides, giving you a total of 12 minutes.
  13. Transfer the crispy golden dogs to the 2 half-loaves and garnish with condiments of your choice.


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