Pull Apart Hot Dog Bites

A batch of Hot Dog Bites being served on the tray they were cooked on along with a bowl of ketchup and mustard for dipping. Holding up a single cooked hot dog bite. Just taken out the BBQ these hot dog bites have had the puff pastry expand and cook to golden brown. Ariel view down onto the tray of hot dog bites with their red hotdog centers and golden brown puffed pastry.
Recipe Origin Global
Rating
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Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook 15 min 00:15
Ready in 25 min 00:25
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Bake
Ingredients Beef Meat
Equipment BBQ Camp Oven Closed Grill
Recipe Type Appetizer Finger Food Snack Supper
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A batch of Hot Dog Bites being served on the tray they were cooked on along with a bowl of ketchup and mustard for dipping. Holding up a single cooked hot dog bite. Just taken out the BBQ these hot dog bites have had the puff pastry expand and cook to golden brown. Ariel view down onto the tray of hot dog bites with their red hotdog centers and golden brown puffed pastry.

Pull Apart Hot Dog Bites

With only 2 ingredients these pull apart hot dog bites are a great finger food option with familiar flavors to impress the whole family.

Puff pastry can be hard to take camping but works well for the first day or if you have an RV with a freezer, and of course great for a backyard BBQ. If not practical for your trip it can be swapped out for easier pastries like shortcrust or you can even make a basic biscuit dough.

Although hotdogs are typically beef, there is a wide range of options on the market now including turkey, chicken, and even vegan. This means this recipe can be modified to appeal to all dietary preferences or requirements.

Ingredients

4 hot dogs

2 sheets pre-made puff pastry, defrosted

ketchup and/or mustard to serve

Equipment

baking tray

Recipe Directions

  1. Preheat the camp oven or enclosed BBQ to 400 degrees F (205 degrees C).

  2. Cut each sheet of puff pastry in half.

  3. Lay a hotdog on the pastry and roll around until it just overlaps. Cutaway the remaining puff pastry. Repeat with the remaining hot dogs and puff pastry.

  4. Take each puff pastry wrapped hot dog and thinly slice into thin rounds about 1cm | 1/3 inch in thickness.

  5. Lay the hot dog slices on a greaseproof paper-lined baking tray. Each round should be just touching or tiny gap between the ones next to it.

  6. Cook in the preheated camp oven until the pastry has puffed and is golden brown, about 12 minutes.

  7. Let cool slightly before serving so no one burns their fingers or mouth. Can be served with ketchup and/or mustard for dipping.

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Recipe Origin Global
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 6
Preparation 10 min 00:10
Cook 15 min 00:15
Ready in 25 min 00:25
Difficulty Beginner
Cooking Method Bake
Ingredients Beef Meat
Equipment BBQ Camp Oven Closed Grill
Recipe Type Appetizer Finger Food Snack Supper
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