If you were wondering what I ended up doing with those pretzel rolls, here it is.
This loaded German inspired hot dog is a treat for any occasion. Filled with sauerkraut, radish, rocket and mustard this is definitely a recipe you have to try.
For the sausage I used Fry’s vegetarian brand and I have to say it was so bland, but yet left a weird kind of plastic like taste in my mouth after that kept lingering, but that’s just my opinion. I personally don’t like using meat alternatives a lot, but when I do I don’t want to faff with it for ages trying to make it taste better. Yeah, each to their own, a lot of people love this brand, because they’re making a difference for the vegetarian market. I just don’t like that everything tastes so bland and when it doesn’t its overly spiced with cinnamon ( shout out to the curry pie). Okay, rant over. Sorry if I offended anyone :D.
GERMAN HOT DOG
- Soft pretzel rolls
- Radish, chopped
- Rocket, washed
- Butter lettuce, washed
- German mustard
- Vegan mayonnaise
- veggie hot dogs
Spread mustard on both sides of the pretzel rolls. Spoon a tablespoon of sauerkraut on the roll. Place a piece of lettuce and rocket on the roll. Place the hot dog in the roll and arrange the radishes on the side of sausage. Drizzle with mayonnaise. Serve immediately.