Hammer Down Some Of This Hot Dog Casserole Into Your Gullet! – Cheese, Potatoes, And Hot Dogs, Oh My!
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When it comes to quick and easy dinners I’m all ears. The other day I saw my amazing neighbor Sally come trotting down the street with a covered dish in her hands. Yes, sally tends to trot because she’s always so excited about something that walking just isn’t her style. When she reached my porch she uncovered her casserole dish and showed me what was inside. The first thing I noticed was a heavenly smell. So yummy! I wish i would have had a fork right then and there to dig in.
Sally explained to me that what I was looking at was hot dog casserole. What on earth…? This hot dog casserole contained potatoes, cheese, and lots of savory spices. I’m not usually a fan of hot dogs, and Sally knows this, but she insisted I try this casserole because it was delicious. Sally, was right 🙂
Recipe courtesy of Taste Of Home.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to liberally grease your baking pan with Pam cooking spray to avoid sticking.