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Toasted Veggie Hot Dogs

Updated on November 9, 2017

Hot Dog Toaster

Hot Dog Toaster
Hot Dog Toaster

Retro Hot Dog Toaster

Nostalgia HDT600RETRORED Retro Series Pop-Up Hot Dog Toaster
Nostalgia HDT600RETRORED Retro Series Pop-Up Hot Dog Toaster

This toaster is a perfect surprise. It's a simple, quick and easy way to toast your hot- dogs and buns. It comes with easy clean up instructions and mini tongs.

 

A Hot-Dog Toaster Story

Never thought I'd end up owning a hot dog toaster but now I do. I seen these in the store after they came out and they seemed quite popular. I thought it would be rather fun to own one because they seemed unique. Then it happened!

One day when my son was out shopping he seen this and thought it would be cool to get it for Mom for Christmas. The color was just right since my kitchen colors are red. So that's what he did. I was quite surprised when I opened my gift to see this especially after thinking it would be fun to own one. It's been a lot of fun and simple to use. I'm glad he got it..

How To Use Hot-dog Toaster

  1. Just pop your hot dogs in the middle.
  2. Open your buns and put them in each end of the toaster.
  3. The controls are on the end.
  4. Set the button from one to five for desired cooking; one being low and five being high for cooking preferences.
  5. Then press the lever down and wait for them to pop up in a few minutes.
  6. If you'd like them to pop them up sooner, there is another button to press that is next to the lever.
  7. Watch out when it pops up; it just might make you jump a bit.

Hot Dog Toaster Review by Nostalgia Electrics

Nutritional Facts About Vegetarian Links

Vegetarian Hot-dogs

I bet you may wonder what meatless hot dogs are if you've never heard of them, huh? Well for they are vegetarian and a great alternative for those who don't eat meat. There are three variations by the Worthington brand. They are Vega-Links, Super-Links and Big Franks which are a thin to thickness link and each taste a bit different. I've eaten all three of these hot dogs for as long as I can remember since I grew up a vegetarian; each very good.

They make for a great lunch and can be served with most anything. They go good with chips, french fries and salads. They are super simple to make. Either make them with this fancy hot-dog toaster or put them into a pan on the top of the stove and heat them up. Easy peasy and ready to eat in no time at all. If you've never tried them; try them, you might just like them.

The hot-dogs I used in my toaster were the Super-Link ones. They are fat like real brat hot-dogs in size but taste way different.

Vegetarian Super-Links

Vegetarian Super-Links
Vegetarian Super-Links

Super-Links - Meatless Hot Dogs

Super-Links are meatless hot dogs. They are made with soy based protein with wheat gluten. They are lean with less fat than real hot dogs and are cholesterol free. Best yet they are meatless! As you can see they come in a can as opposed to real wieners that come packaged this plastic wrapper or in a small plastic container. The links are kept moist and juicy surrounded in protein liquid in the can. With these all you need to do is heat and serve.


Super Links Opened

Super Links Opened
Super Links Opened

Lets Get Started

Open your buns and put them in each side of the toaster. Pop in your Super Link hot dogs in the middle. The hot dogs cook at different heat then the buns. The buns will come out lightly toasted.

Hot dogs and buns in the toaster

Hot dogs and buns in the toaster
Hot dogs and buns in the toaster

Looking down in the toaster

Looking down in the toaster
Looking down in the toaster

Few Minutes Later

You'll have cooked hot dogs and toasted buns. Take them out and lay them on a plate together to get them ready to top with condiments.

Veggie Hot Dogs On Toasted Buns

Veggie Hot Dogs On Toasted Buns
Veggie Hot Dogs On Toasted Buns

Condiments

Now its time to add your favorite condiments. They might include ketchup, mustard, onions and relish. Top the hotdogs then enjoy the taste!

Hot Dog Condiments

Hot Dog Condiments
Hot Dog Condiments

Ready To Eat Hot Dogs!

Ready To Eat Hot Dogs!
Ready To Eat Hot Dogs!

© 2013 Cheryl Fay Mikesell

Comments Welcome - Have you tried veggie hot dogs before?

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      Cheryl Fay Mikesell 4 years ago from Ladysmith, WI

      @anonymous: You'll like them. They are tasty.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I've been trying to eat vegetarian for years with little success. I think these veggie hot dogs would make it easier for me. I want to give them a try!

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      Cheryl Fay Mikesell 5 years ago from Ladysmith, WI

      @Sky Breeze: There really. Your welcome and glad you liked it.

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      May Matthew 5 years ago

      No, I haven't and they sound a great idea! Thank you for this nice lens with the photos you took!

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