Oven Chili Cheese Hot Dogs

Oven Chili Cheese Hot Dogs

Ingredients:

*1 can of chili; I used Hormel without beans

*hot dogs; these do not have to be precooked.

*ketchup, to taste

*mustard, to taste

*shredded cheese; I used a cheddar Colby Jack blend

*sturdy hot dogs buns or hoagie rolls; I find that hoagie rolls work better because they are sturdier.

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350°.

Lay the hot dog buns, cut side up in a baking pan.

*tip* If you have a baking pan or dish that is too large, take some foil, ball it up and place into the empty space. This will keep the hot dogs from tipping over while baking.

Spread desired amount of ketchup and mustard on the inside of each bun. Place a hot dog in each bun, then spoon some of the chili over each hot dog. Then add desired amount of cheese on top of the chili.

Spray the inside of some foil with no stick spray to prevent the cheese from sticking while they bake, cover and bake for 40 minutes.

Serve and Enjoy!

6 thoughts on “Oven Chili Cheese Hot Dogs

  1. girlcheftastes August 9, 2020 / 1:20 pm

    These look really good! Hey, I just saw your complete page for the first time on my laptop and the image on your home page is beautiful!

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  2. yyoshe August 9, 2020 / 11:08 pm

    this is like blessings on blessings to me!

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  3. indianeskitchen August 11, 2020 / 12:21 am

    OMG I have never baked my chili dogs and for 40 minutes!!! I have to try this. May I ask how does baking it change the bun? Doesn’t it get soggy. I am so intrigued with this recipe. Thank you for sharing it Christy!

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    • Christy August 11, 2020 / 5:14 am

      The bun does not get soggy at all, in fact it makes the edges a little crispy. Not too crispy mind you. You bake it for 40 minutes so it cooks the hot dog. If your oven cooks really fast, you can check it at 30 minutes. If you try it let me know how it turns out. Hope you enjoy it.

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