How to make tasty carnival-style hot dogs with a twist using a sausage roll maker and crispy puff pastry
- A home cook made mini carnival hot dogs at home
- Mother of two Susan used her sausage roll maker to prepare the tasty snack
- She used puff pastry, Mexican blend cheese and cocktail Frankfurt sausages
- The little hot dogs would be the perfect afternoon treat?
A home cook has revealed how she used her sausage roll maker to make carnival-style hot dogs in pastries.
Mom of two Susan shared her easy recipe with a popular Australian cooking group on Facebook, along with snaps of the delicious end result.
The ‘puffy dogs’ were made with puff pastry, Mexican blend cheese and cocktail Frankfurt sausages.
Mother of two Susan revealed how she can make carnival-style hot dogs at home with her sausage roll maker (pictured)
The miniature hot dogs are quick to make and can be served as the perfect afternoon treat
To make the snacks, Susan covered the cooking gadget with a sheet of puff pastry, placed the Frankfurt sausages in it along with the grated cheese, followed by another layer of puff pastry on top.
The miniature hot dogs are quick to make and would make the perfect afternoon treat.
In the comments, Susan added that pre-cooking was not necessary to cook the sausages she bought.
The recipe was well received by other home cooks from the online cooking group.
‘This is genius!’ one person wrote, while others also tagged friends to further share the recipe.
In the comments, Susan added that pre-cooking was not necessary to cook the sausages she bought
The $20 Kmart Sausage Roll Maker has proven to be incredibly versatile since it was released in stores last year
Home cooks have used the device to make an array of snacks, meals and desserts, including banana bread, breakfast burritos and chocolate eclairs.
Last month, another home cook also used the device to make homemade donuts.
Last month, another home cook also used the device to make homemade donuts
The tasty donuts were filled with whipped cream, double-thick custard, chocolate cream and caramel and topped with sliced strawberries.
While she used a $4 box of White Wings Baked Donut Bites mixture from Woolworths, the end result looked like a variation on an éclair instead.
“I’ve tried making donuts with my Kmart sausage roll maker – was very popular at my house,” she wrote online.