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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    method. I would also cook the sausage first.

    thanks

    Tom

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    Mark Thorson Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    "[email protected]" wrote:
    >
    > I would also cook the sausage first.


    Prick it with a fork and cook it to remove excess fat
    that would otherwise be absorbed into the dough.

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    Cheryl Guest

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    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    > pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    > boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    > the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    > method. I would also cook the sausage first.
    >



    In a recent meeting that lasted a day they brought in lunch. The sandwich I
    selected was a ham and cheese in a roll that was a soft pretzel. I didn't
    know that until I bit into it. It was great!



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    Stan Horwitz Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    > pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    > boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    > the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    > method. I would also cook the sausage first.
    >
    > thanks
    >
    > Tom


    My sister used to live with a guy who owned a soft pretzel bakery. He
    made those things. As I recall, he did not pre-cook the hot dogs before
    cooking the pretzels. I am sure if you do a google search, you can find
    recipes for it.

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    Food Snob Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    On May 21, 5:58*am, Stan Horwitz <s...@temple.edu> wrote:
    > In article
    > <eb9baf71-323a-4cbf-b15b-68aeec8d0...@y12g2000vbg.googlegroups.com>,
    >
    > *"tomba...@city-net.com" <tomba...@city-net.com> wrote:
    > > I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    > > pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    > > boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    > > the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    > > method. I would also cook the sausage first.

    >
    > > thanks

    >
    > > Tom

    >
    > My sister used to live with a guy who owned a soft pretzel bakery. He
    > made those things. As I recall, he did not pre-cook the hot dogs before
    > cooking the pretzels. I am sure if you do a google search, you can find
    > recipes for it.


    Hot dogs come already precooked.

    --Bryan

  6. #6
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    On Fri, 21 May 2010 06:58:32 -0400, Stan Horwitz <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >In article
    ><[email protected]>,
    > "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    >> pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    >> boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    >> the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    >> method. I would also cook the sausage first.
    >>
    >> thanks
    >>
    >> Tom

    >
    >My sister used to live with a guy who owned a soft pretzel bakery. He
    >made those things. As I recall, he did not pre-cook the hot dogs before
    >cooking the pretzels. I am sure if you do a google search, you can find
    >recipes for it.


    Would depend on the sausage. Hot dogs are almost always fully cooked,
    just need reheating to an internal temperature of 160F to kill
    bacteria, which would occur durin gbaking... look for any pigs in a
    blanket recipe. but if it's fresh sausage then the sausage needs to
    be cooked prior to stuffing into pretzel dough... same as it would
    before topping a pizza. I don't think I'd like sausage stuffed soft
    pretzel.. probably better stuffed with pork rinds/chicharone.

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    "[email protected]" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I saw a picture of a pretzel wrapped around a sausage. I have made
    > pretzels before. Would you wrap the pretzel dough around the sausage,
    > boil it and then bake it. Or would you boil the dough, and then wrap
    > the dough around the sausage, and bake it? I would guess the first
    > method. I would also cook the sausage first.
    >
    > thanks
    >
    > Tom



    Here's an iddea...

    Http://pukatoaster.com/index.html just to give you an idea of the end
    resulting roll.

    If you practiced, you could just wrap the pretzel dough around hollow
    metal tubes and bake them in the oven. To rotate the rolls while cooking,
    just insert a kababo skewer or dowel into the metal tube, lift, rotate
    and reseat somewhere along in the cooking process.

    When pretzel rolls are cooked, slip the hollow tubes out and drop a
    cooked sausage or dog inside it along with desired condiments.

    Just don't pass the tube through both ends, just one, so any condiments
    would remain contained as you ate it up.

    Different diameter tubes could be used for different width dogs, brats,
    smaller breakfast sausages, ground meats, taco fillings, etc., etc. The
    sky would be the limit, with practice.

    I bet using the pretzel dough might make it even more interesting than
    bread dough.

    Benefit: ease of handling, condiments on the inside, neatness and fun
    factor.

    The creator of the original puka dog: http://www.pukadog.com/ as seen on
    the Travel Channel "Food Paradise: 'Hot Dog Paradise'"

    If I was cooking for a party, I'd try it.

    Currently at the conceptual design stage.

    Andy

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    Lew Hodgett Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    RE: Subject

    Remember weiner wraps?

    Lew




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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    "Lew Hodgett" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > RE: Subject
    >
    > Remember weiner wraps?
    >
    > Lew



    Lew,

    No.

    Explain!

    Andy

  10. #10
    Lew Hodgett Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket


    I wrote:

    >> RE: Subject
    >>
    >> Remember wiener wraps?

    ---------------------------------------
    Andy replied:

    > No.
    >
    > Explain!

    ----------------------------------
    Strips of dough sold in a paper tube in the refrigerated section along
    with the biscuits.

    You wrapped a strip of dough around a wiener then placed them in a
    toaster oven for required time.

    Popular in at least the 70s.

    Lew




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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    "Lew Hodgett" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >
    > I wrote:
    >
    >>> RE: Subject
    >>>
    >>> Remember wiener wraps?

    > ---------------------------------------
    > Andy replied:
    >
    >> No.
    >>
    >> Explain!

    > ----------------------------------
    > Strips of dough sold in a paper tube in the refrigerated section along
    > with the biscuits.
    >
    > You wrapped a strip of dough around a wiener then placed them in a
    > toaster oven for required time.
    >
    > Popular in at least the 70s.
    >
    > Lew



    Lew,

    Doesn't ring a bell.

    Mom didn't become a gourmet cook for nothing. Maybe explains why?

    Best,

    Andy

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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    On May 21, 2:17*pm, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > "Lew Hodgett" <sails.m...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >
    > > I wrote:

    >
    > >>> RE: Subject

    >
    > >>> Remember wiener wraps?

    > > ---------------------------------------
    > > Andy replied:

    >
    > >> No.

    >
    > >> Explain!

    > > ----------------------------------
    > > Strips of dough sold in a paper tube in the refrigerated section along
    > > with the biscuits.

    >
    > > You wrapped a strip of dough around a wiener then placed them in a
    > > toaster oven for required time.

    >
    > > Popular in at least the 70s.

    >
    > > Lew

    >
    > Lew,
    >
    > Doesn't ring a bell.
    >
    > Mom didn't become a gourmet cook for nothing. Maybe explains why?
    >
    > Best,
    >
    > Andy- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Pigs in a blanket??

  13. #13
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Pretzel: Pigs in blanket

    merryb <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On May 21, 2:17*pm, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    >> "Lew Hodgett" <sails.m...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >>
    >> > I wrote:

    >>
    >> >>> RE: Subject

    >>
    >> >>> Remember wiener wraps?
    >> > ---------------------------------------
    >> > Andy replied:

    >>
    >> >> No.

    >>
    >> >> Explain!
    >> > ----------------------------------
    >> > Strips of dough sold in a paper tube in the refrigerated section

    along
    >> > with the biscuits.

    >>
    >> > You wrapped a strip of dough around a wiener then placed them in a
    >> > toaster oven for required time.

    >>
    >> > Popular in at least the 70s.

    >>
    >> > Lew

    >>
    >> Lew,
    >>
    >> Doesn't ring a bell.
    >>
    >> Mom didn't become a gourmet cook for nothing. Maybe explains why?
    >>
    >> Best,
    >>
    >> Andy- Hide quoted text -
    >>
    >> - Show quoted text -

    >
    > Pigs in a blanket??



    merryb,

    You're accusing "the bread & butter kid" of lying???

    I think they had them at the college cafeteria at breakfast.

    I grew up on Pop's pancakes with butter and maple syrup.

    If he didn't hide the eggs in the pancake batter I wouldn't have eaten
    pancakes either!!!

    Andy

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