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 Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket

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iqdiva

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RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 7:12 AM (permalink)
My husband would love those Rebeltruce...!
 
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    LoveMyLab

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    RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 10:06 AM (permalink)
    Growing up Pigs in a blanket was an order of sausages wrapped in pancakes at the IHOP. I did make them for after school snacks, hot dogs wrapped in defrosted cresent rolls and baked.

     
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      mikez629

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      RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 10:47 AM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by doggydaddy

      To Larry and all burrito dog fans, I present my chimidoggy as I remember from my high school cafeteria




      Start with the commercial grade chili. $1.00 a can at Stop and Shop.



      The dogs must be inexpensive and pre-coooked.




      Place chili, dog and some cheese inside. Roll it up.



      Fry to a golden brown



      Nicely browned and crispy.



      Check 'em out. They are delicious in the best of a junk food kind off way.

      mark

      I am eating that this weekend
       
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        Ashphalt

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        • Location: Sharon, MA
        RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 11:03 AM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by allyk

        Anyone remember Weiner Wraps? I think Pillsbury made them: it was similar to crescent roll dough and specifically for franks. It came in different flavors. Other than that, pigs in blankets meant crescent roll dough at our house.


        "Wiener Wrap your dog,
        Make it roll over
        Teach an old dog
        A new trick"

        I convinced my Mom to try those once.
         
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          porkbeaks

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          RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 11:33 AM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by iqdiva

          Porkbeaks,is that a link of sausage,a hot dog or the standard ground meat mixture in those cabbage leaves ?


          I'm not quite sure what's in these particular cabbage rolls. The pic is one I "borrowed" from a Google search. The stuffing in Babcia's halupkies was a mixture of ground pork and ground beef. I guess the pork is where the "pig" came from. pb
           
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            RibRater

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            • Location: Johnson City, TN
            RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Tue, 01/22/08 11:49 AM (permalink)
            There you go Mark...looks good! (triple the cheese please!)
             
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              gabbie

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              RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Thu, 01/24/08 1:15 PM (permalink)
              I remember them as sausages (usually small links) wrapped in some kinda biscuit or something, sometimes with cheese on top in a savory spread and other times with syrup for a sweeter taste.

              My god those chimidoggies look darn good...
               
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                rebeltruce

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                RE: Pigs in a blanket...the definitive blanket Fri, 01/25/08 8:56 AM (permalink)
                quote:
                Originally posted by doggydaddy

                To Larry and all burrito dog fans, I present my chimidoggy as I remember from my high school cafeteria



                Start with the commercial grade chili. $1.00 a can at Stop and Shop.



                The dogs must be inexpensive and pre-coooked.




                Place chili, dog and some cheese inside. Roll it up.



                Fry to a golden brown



                Nicely browned and crispy.



                Check 'em out. They are delicious in the best of a junk food kind off way.

                mark


                I made these last night Doggy, man O man are these things GREAT!

                I used the new Hebrew National large sized dogs (4 to a pack), a can of Hormel Hot Chili w/beans, and Sargento Mexican mix cheese.

                They are addicting!!! This recipe is a keeper!
                 
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