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Hotdog Flower Rolls



8 portion(s)

Hotdog Flower Rolls

  • 1 batch of your favourite bread dough, (I use Thermomumma's white bread recipe)
  • 1 pack of 8 hotdogs or frankfurts
  • grated cheese
  • tomato sauce
  • OR toppings of your choice

Recipe's preparation

    Creating the hotdog flowers
  1. Prepare your favourite bread dough.  I like to use Thermomumma Lailah Rose’s 900g bread recipe which can be found at this link here //www.recipecommunity.com.au/breads-rolls-recipes/jumbo-white-bread-loaf-thermomumma/282013

  2. Create your hotdog flowers.

    (The photos form part of the instructions):

    Once your dough has rested, divide into 8 even pieces and roll into an oval shape the length of a hotdog.  Wrap the dough around to fully enclose the hotdog in the dough. 

    Use a knife to mark 5 slits.  Once marked, carefully cut through the sausage, watching not to cut right through to the bottom. 

  3. Hold the two ends and gently twist them around each other to form a continuous ring shape.  Once the two ends are joined together you then twist the other sections over each other so that it forms a flower shape.  Place each flower onto a baking tray and let prove in a warm spot.




  4. Just before popping into the oven, top each roll with tomato sauce and cheese (or any toppings of your choice).



    Bake in a 180 degree oven for 20-25 minutes until golden.






Using Lailah's 900g bread recipe (link above) produces enough dough to create 8 hotdog flowers.  Other bread recipes may give you different amounts of dough, depending on which recipe you use.

If you create these hotdog flowers using my instructions, I would love it if you could leave me a comment and rating tmrc_emoticons.)

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