“Soydog Millionaire”

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These couldn’t be simpler.  Cut soy hot dogs into pieces, wrap in crescent roll dough, and bake.  I know that crescent rolls are full of chemicals and not-so-great-for-you ingredients, but they happen to be vegan, they’re easy and pretty yummy.  I was nervous about using faux hot dogs because in the past I’ve never really found any that I liked.  I hate to admit it, but I used to love hot dogs.  I knew that they were pretty gross, but I still loved them.  Maybe that’s why I’m harder on fake dogs.  Also, since I was making food for people who aren’t even vegetarian, I thought they might not like these.  I was pleasantly surprised by how good these were, and every last one got eaten up with no one complaining that they were “fake meat.”

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13 Responses to ““Soydog Millionaire””

  1. I’m so angry that I didn’t get to try these! They look great. Your website is fantastic. I LOVE the top bar. So nice. Very Art Deco.

  2. Margaret Bilos 23. Feb, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    Yummy! These look so good! How sad you don’t eat real bad for you hot dogs. have you heard of Hot Doug’s? They have delicious vegatarian dogs in Chicago! : )

  3. what brand of dog did you end up using? i can’t seem to find a good one… and again i too LOVED hot dogs… and miss them =0(

  4. so i guess the comment that i wanted to post last night didn’t work… who knows- it was kinda late. maybe i flubbed it somehow.

    BUT what i had asked was what brand of dog did you use?? cause i haven’t been able to find one i like and i too must admit that i LOVED hot dogs… and kinda miss them.

    there’s nothing like a grilled hotdog swimming in relish on a warm summer evening ^_^

  5. We used Yves “The Good Dog.” I don’t know how they’d be on their own but they were good with the crescent rolls. I never know which ones to buy!

  6. Field Roast now makes a “Frankfurter” and it is without question the best veggie dog I’ve ever had. They’re legitimately better than actual hot dogs.

  7. did you cook the dogs before baking them in the rolls or just place them right onto the rolls and into the oven for the time on the rolls package

  8. Hi, eriel! I didn’t cook the dogs first – just heated them in the oven with the crescents.

  9. This recipe was a revelation for me. If I end up gaining 10 pounds from making these way too often, I’ll know who to blame! :) Brilliant!

  10. Hi, Lucy @ Food and Games! I hear you on the ten pounds! Sorry to contribute…

  11. I’m so excited about these! I also used to love hot dogs, but I haven’t tried any veggie dogs besides the Morningstar Corndogs (which are awesome, by the way). Anyway, my mom used to make pigs in a blanket all the time when I was little, and I’m excited about revisiting that childhood favorite!

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