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I made something very similar based off of this recipe. I used garlic, onion power(kid doesn’t like onions) parboiled rice, milk, , mushrooms, hotdogs, sourcream, chicken stock, salt, pepper.. I cooked it all together and just kept adding milk as needed and the rest to taste. Turned out very well. I bet bacon would be great in it as well..
My 4 yr old ate 2 bowls
Easy to make. Added sauteed mushrooms and served on pappardelle. Went well with Cabernet sauvignon but next time would try Pinot noir or Syrah blend,
Yes, I prefer Syrah with hot dogs. ;)
You know, I just got teary-eyed looking at stroganoff recipes here. I used to make this hot dog version when I was a grad student, and I’ll be making the steak version tonight for dinner. (I actually have leftover cooked ribeye and sautéed mushrooms/onions, which I definitely did not have in grad school). I’ve been reading SR since at least 2008, when I was still in college. You were on my Google Homepage, remember that one? I have a straining bookcase full of cookbooks and have followed other blogs over the years, but SR is still the first place I check for recipes. Elise, you and your parents have given me such a lovely gift via this blog. You were there for my first Thanksgiving, you were there when I was a newlywed in a foreign country, and when I a was broke, recently divorced grad student. Today, you help me feed my blended family of seven. Thanks for teaching me how to cook!
Hi Andrea, what a lovely comment, thank you! I do remember the Google homepage, I’m still sad they got rid of it, it was useful! I’m so happy that the site, our recipes and stories have been so helpful to you over the years.
I made this to show my young adult children an easy and expensive meal they can make living on their own. Great with GF noodles, and broccoli. I am on keto diet so Skipped the noodles, and enjoyed it with just broccoli!
Been around a long time, eaten plenty of hot dogs…First to hear of Hot Dog Stroganoff…Worked for me, had some franks needed to be cooked before they ruined..I added cheese after prepared in the skillet, baked in the oven long for the cheese to melt..My granddaughter isn’t a fan of hot dog franks..Absolutely loved it….Be the hit of Labor Day family reunion,,,,
This is a fairly simple fool proof recipe I can’t believe I’ve never thought of this it’s incredibly simple and easy.
Pretty good my husband and I really enjoyed it I put some milk in like others said as well as minced garlic and salt and pepper with parsley flakes
I JUST made this recipe today and thought it was good but could be better. i was thinking maybe next time instead of just using sour cream, add milk and cream cheese also to enhance the flavor.
Usually for the beef stroganoff I add some Dijon mustard and some dill pickles for the taste at the very end for the sauce. Try that next time :)
My 4 year old is so picky, and lately I’ve been trying new recipes almost every night. I enjoy cooking, but time spent on a meal that only gets complaints is discouraging! This recipe? “I love this! Mmm… This is my favorite!” He ate his whole dinner. Thanks for an easy, toddler-pleasing meal!
WE’LL BE CELEBRATING NATIONAL HOT DOG DAY WITH THIS ONE! DELICIOUS…
Just made this tonight for dinner. Like many others, I was skeptical, but because of hard times, it’s all I had until the next day. Of course, a recipe is just a suggestion, you tweak it to your satisfaction. After doing so, it was good. Rather than 1/3 cup of just water, I did water and milk. And the sour cream, I didn’t measure, just put in what I thought was enough. I also used a bit of salt and pepper to taste. The turkey dogs were good, but I think next time, I’ll use sausage.
Just made this tonight with kosher beef hot dogs and light sour cream. Serving with rice and brussels sprouts on the side — perfect for cold weather and kids! :-)
I just made this last night using Garlic Sausage instead of hot dogs, and I added mushrooms to it as well. It was amazing! Even my one year old loved it. I put a little bit more sour cream, because I love sour cream, and put about a 1/2 tsp of Dill into the sour cream as well. Amazing!
I’m a bit late to comment on this, but just wanted to say that I made (as my hubby called it) a “veggied-up” version of this a couple nights ago. It was delicious!
I added mushrooms and green peppers to the onion and hotdog mixture. I also wilted in some baby spinach after the sour cream and water were added.
I love all of your recipes and can’t wait to try more!
I have been planning to try this since it was posted. Got to have some last night. REALLY liked it but would double the sauce!!
We made this last night. I was skeptical but your recipes are always excellent so I thought we’d give it a try. My husband and my kids loved it. Thanks for a quick, easy and tasty meal!
I made this for lunch today and honestly…I wasn’t impressed, just tasted like greasy hotdog over noodles and it was kinda disgusting seeing the sour cream mix together with the meat grease but that’s just my personal opinion. I’ll stick to mac-n-cheese with slices of hotdog over “fancy hotdogs” any day.
A staple item that we loved when I was growing up was Mom’s untitled hot dog & baked beans dish.
She’d lightly sauté sliced hot dogs and then toss in a can or two of pork & beans, along with a hefty dollop of ketchup or tomato paste. Sometimes she dressed this up by sautéing some diced onions with the hot dogs. The dish simmered on the stovetop while she prepped the accompanying item – this was ALWAYS served with fresh, hot, buttered cornbread.
Maybe this sounds awfully trailer trashy – and I’m certain that this was a meal born out of very real economic restrictions as much as anything else – but we loved it!
Hi Rob, I too remember this dish. Love sliced hot dogs with pork and beans! ~Elise
Made this recipe tonight – was quick, easy and delicious. My 3 year old daughter loved it. But, like one of the earlier comments said, PLEASE BE SURE to cut the hot dog slices in half for small children so they don’t choke.
My mom used to make this for our family too – back in the 1950’s. Another version- slice the hotdogs and fry with sliced onions, mabe a bit of minced garlic and some thin sliced green pepper. Add ketchup and a little watter to make a nice sauce. Serve with mashed potatoes. Yummy!