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    http://i.imgur.com/jBbtQ.jpg

    Its similar to a bacon explosion, I guess. I'm good with the ground beef and bacon obviously. I'm not going to use cheese, cornstarch, breadcrumbs, or the hotdog. I'll coat the finished product in spices, but what would be a good substitute for the hotdog? Maybe just fill with veggies? Onions and peppers perhaps? What kind of veggies hold up well as stuffing inside meat?

    Input appreciated!

  • #2
    I'd just get a nice sausage.
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    • #3
      get yourself some uncured hot dogs (I promise, they exist)
      coat hot dog in thin layer of tapioca starch/flour or arrowroot powder
      use a mix of almond meal & coconut flour for the bread crumbs. Everyday Paleo has a great breaded chicken recipe that uses this method

      have fun!
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      • #4
        Oh my Lard ... I HAVE to get some good sausage and give this a try .... along with some grilled onions on the side !
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
          get yourself some uncured hot dogs (I promise, they exist)
          coat hot dog in thin layer of tapioca starch/flour or arrowroot powder
          use a mix of almond meal & coconut flour for the bread crumbs. Everyday Paleo has a great breaded chicken recipe that uses this method

          have fun!
          +1 uncured hot dogs can be good and bad (find a brand you like). I also second the sausage reply

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          • #6
            you could just use any kind of ground meat instead of the hotdog and it would taste so much better. Seasoned lamb, rolled inside of seasoned ground beef, etc.
            Chris
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            • #7
              Applegate farms uncured hot dogs made from grass-fed beef. So good.

              I'd coat it in crushed pork rinds, for the sake of adding more forms of animal. =]
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              • #8
                Hotdogs are pretty easy to make or approximate, especially if you have a food processor, and a piping bag. You could make your own and have total QC.
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                • #9
                  Went to whole foods last night they had bison hot dogs, I bought 2. Pretty freakin awesome.
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                  • #10
                    Bison hot dogs? That sounds....awesome!

                    Thanks guys!

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                    • #11
                      I was going to say "Just eat a ribeye" but that's actually pretty cool.

                      I probably wouldn't bother with the "breading" bacon was good enough for our founding fathers, it's good enough for me.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by mayness View Post
                        Applegate farms uncured hot dogs made from grass-fed beef. So good.

                        I'd coat it in crushed pork rinds, for the sake of adding more forms of animal. =]
                        They are amazing!

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