Mum's Hot Dogs

Mum's Hot Dogs

This is a simple and delicious hot dog that my mum used to make for me a lot.

Ingredients: 6 hot dogs

Bread rolls
Butter (or margarine)
as needed
approximately 150 g
Wiener sausage
Curry powder
a small amount
a small amount
to taste


1. Slice the roll vertically down the center, being careful not to cut all the way through. Thinly butter the bread inside. Lightly score the sausages, then boil them.
2. Cut the cabbage into strips. Pour some vegetable oil (not listed) into a frying pan and stir-fry the cabbage on a medium heat. If the heat is too strong the cabbage will burn so be careful. Once wilted, add the salt and curry powder, mix it in and give everything a quick stir fry. Then stop the heat.
3. Add some cabbage into the bread from Step 1, followed by the boiled wieners.
4. Cook in the toaster oven. The hot dogs burn easily so keep your eye on them.
5. Once the bread is a nice golden colour, stop the heat, pour some ketchup over it and you're done.
6. Feel free to fill these hot dogs with whatever you like. How about some Western or Japanese-style mustard?

Story Behind this Recipe

These nostalgic hot dogs with cabbage and curry powder taste really delicious so I decided to upload the recipe.