Everybody’s New Favorite Dish

22 11 2011

There’s a new recipe that is slowly making its rounds through the wonderful internet world. As many of you are preparing your immense Thanksgiving feast-feats, I figured this would be the perfect time to introduce you to quite possibly my new favorite dish. Now be forewarned: this dish is not for those who do not claim to be adventurous eaters. This dish is also not for people who can not act like kids at heart. This is the kind of food that is best enjoyed if for example, you have tendencies to want to play with your food. Kids, let me introduce you to the wonder of Spaghetti Hot Dogs.

If you have not already checked out that link, let me tell you how this baby works. You start with some uncooked spaghetti and some uncooked hot dogs. The first step is to poke the hard noodles into cut up hot dog pieces. You will wind up with a galactic and dangerous looking creation:

Intergalactic planetary, planetary intergalactic.

You might think this is odd enough, but wait- there’s more! The key to this recipe is the next step: boiling it all. Stick these alien-looking monsters in a pot of water and bring to a boil. To your amazement, the noodles and hot dogs will not only cook to be slightly more edible, but they will also look like this:

or this:

or even this:

Depending on how you cut the hot dog, and where you stick the noodles, your creation can look a number of ways. But rest assured, the dish will come out looking supremely bizarre either way. As for the eating part of this fantastic creation, I’ve hear that many people are frankly too weirded out to consume it. But if you are feeling brave, then dig in! Possible condiments/toppings could include mustard, ketchup, cheese, chili, hot sauce, etc. The goal here is obviously to be creative. So enjoy!




One response

22 11 2011

What a fun idea! My kids will love this(with gluten-free pasta). We rarely do hot dogs, but I bet I can find some good quality ones. Very neat idea!

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