Hot dogs are of course American, but popular the world over. These are made with Frankfurter sausages in hot dog buns, usually served with mustard, ketchup, fried onions and gherkins. Vegan Hot Dogs (The Veg Space) use ready-made vegan sausages, for the ultimate party food. You can usually freeze hot dog sausages, then just poach in water for a quick snack.
Do not feed hot dogs to young children (or for swallowing difficulties). For older children, slice lengthwise and lengthwise again, for less risk of choking. Keep hot dogs away from pets as they look/smell/taste like meat but contain toxic ingredients (onion, garlic, mushrooms, jackfruit etc).
Vegan Hot Dogs (Delicious Magazine) are loaded with sausages and char-grilled veggies. Perfect for a meat-free BBQ feast.
Where to Buy Good Hot Dogs
They use Moving Mountains hot dogs (sold in the freezer dept of most stores), that are gluten-free and made with sunflower seeds. They have a delicious naturally smoked flavour and firm texture.