Sunday, June 23, 2013

Cheesy Hotdog Rolls (Baked)

The weather in Singapore has been really bad of late thanks to the slash-and-burn forest fires taking place in neighbouring Indonesia. The PSI levels have rocketed to a sky high of 400+, one of the first in Singapore history. It's moments like this where people go into frenzy and snap masks of ANY kind and air purifiers off the shelves. With some mean people even snapping up stocks and then reselling for sky high prices. 

The haze hasn't been too friendly to me as my respiratory track's sensitive. My eyes would water and I'd get dizzy from inhaling all that 'smoky air'.. I couldn't put on my contact lenses this morning and it stung my eyes to do so.. my plans to bake have also been pushed away as my kitchen is barely 'protected' from the harmful air. It's been a little better today. The PSI levels and PM 2.5 levels are lower but I know it's only temporal. Sooner or later, it'll come back soon and there's pretty much no signs of it letting down as yet as the hotspots burning in Indonesia show no signs of decrease. Doesn't help that it's one of the driest months around too. 

Nevertheless, inspired by a friend in the facebook cooking & baking group I'm in, I whipped up this simple snack for my sis and I. A almost guiltless treat. Baked instead of deep-fried, these Cheesy Hotdog Rolls are the perfect treat for any day when you're kinda hungry and craving for something good! 

These are so simple and almost effortless they I'd rate them a difficulty level 1 out of 5 and it takes merely 15 minutes or so to complete them!

Cheesy Hotdog Rolls Recipe

Sliced bread
Some butter
Sliced cheese
Hotdog in preferred flavour

Mixed herb (dried), optional


Prehat oven on fan-mode to 250 degree Celsius. Butter one side of the bread.

Here are the ingredients I used.

Flip the buttered side of the bread over. Add sliced cheese, however much you fancy on the side without butter.

Add the hotdog. Have the hotdog nearest to you and roll from the side nearest to you.

Overlap the 'excess' bread and secure with toothpicks.

Lay on baking sheet. Sprinkle with some mixed herb if you fancy. Bake for 7 minutes 30 seconds or till' golden brown. 

Enjoy it piping hot! (:

I'd love to see the bakes or stuff you've cooked using the blog's recipe! Do share photos of stuff you've baked or cooked using the blog's recipe with me either via FB message to OR OR via email at! I look forward to hearing from you! (: 

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