Bachelor Chow: Awesome Dogs II
I’d like to introduce to you a new segment on The Raging Tech called “Bachelor Chow,” the name of course, stolen from the tv show Futurama. What I’ll be sharing in “Bachelor Chow” are recipes for the single, lazy, or low-income man (or woman). They are by no means necessarily healthy or nutritional, but they fill your stomach and keep you alive – and are usually pretty tasty too!
Today’s man-meal is the sequel to Awesome Dogs, whose recipe I do not possess and dare not attempt without it. I have modified the recipe to produce similar results.
Awesome Dogs II
- 1 Pack of 8 Gwaltney or other Lowest Common Denominator hotdogs
- 1 Can of 8 Pillsbury Grands Buttermilk Biscuits
- 1 Cup shredded cheddar cheese
Open the can of biscuits – use rolling pin if you have one, otherwise use another tin can (such as a soup can) to flatten out each of the biscuits into a flat dough. Don’t get it too thin or it will break when we wrap it around the hotdog later. Grease a cookie sheet or pizza tray with a canola oil spray can. Lay out your dough on the cookie sheet. Put it aside and set the oven to pre-heat about 350 degrees F.
While that’s pre-heating, get a pan and fry the hotdogs to your desired taste. Lay the hotdogs on top of the biscuit dough, one per biscuit. Sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese on each hotdog over top of a biscuit. Now attempt to wrap each of these up into a nice little biscuity cocoon. When the oven is ready, put them in for about 13 minutes (may vary depending on your oven and/or the brand of biscuit, but you get the idea). Pull them out when they’re browned and slightly soft still on the sides. Let them cool, and they should be ready to eat. Serve with fries and / or baked beans and a beer, according to your bachelor tastes.