Chili dog french fries

Nancy F.

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A bed of french fries plus chili dog fixins equals the ultimate finger food.

Chili dog french fries recipe

No hot dog buns needed with this chili dog recipe. Buried in all of the cheese and chili goodness is a treasure trove of french fries and slightly browned slices of hot dogs. And the fun part is that it's finger food, even the pieces of hot dog. So don't be shy and dig into this chili dog, fingers and all.

Chili dog french fries recipe

Serves 2

Ingredients:

  • 4 medium-size russet potatoes, peeled
  • 3/4 cup canola oil
  • 4 dashes of salt
  • 2 hot dogs, sliced width-wise
  • 1 cup prepared chili, warmed
  • 1 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese

Directions:

  1. Cut the potatoes in half length-wise and then cut into strips that are about 1/2-inch thick.
  2. Heat a medium-size skillet on medium heat and add the canola oil.
  3. Slowly add the potatoes. Watch them closely and turn them as they cook.
  4. When all sides of the potatoes are a golden color, remove them from the pan onto a plate with a paper towel.
  5. Salt the fries.
  6. Add the fries to the serving bowls in the shape of a mound. Set aside.
  7. Heat a small skillet on low to medium heat and add the slices of hot dog. Continuously turn them as they cook so that the sides get just a little char on them.
  8. Add them on top of the french fries.
  9. Drizzle the chili on top of the fries and sliced hot dogs.
  10. Top with cheese.
  11. Heat in the microwave just long enough to melt the cheese and serve while hot.

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Nancy F.
Nancy is the author of the food blog, Coupon Clipping Cook. She loves to cook and save money on groceries by using coupons and shopping for sales. Nancy worked a number of years in a grocery store where she learned a lot about different types of foods and how to maximize coupon and sale savings. One of her favorite things about working at the grocery store was seeing the combinations of ingredients that customers purchased, and talking to them about the recipes they were making. Nancy enjoys making simple, fun and delicious recipes from items right out of the pantry. You can follow her on Twitter @CouponClippingC. @CouponClippingC