Posted by: Judy | October 23, 2018

Weird Post

I’m posting the recipe for microwaving hotdogs. I know, it’s weird. There is a method to my madness.

Nathan hotdogs were on sale. I like them, and they’re soy free. However, they don’t have cooking instructions on the package. Hebrew National hotdogs were on sale a few weeks ago, and I bought them as I also like them. They do have cooking instructions.

This time, I didn’t have the Hebrew National package to reference. No problem, I’ll look it up on line.

“How to cook hot dogs in the microwave…”

Every recipe wrapped the hot dog in a bun and paper towel. The Hebrew National used water. So, I added Hebrew National to the search. I was given the Hebrew National webpage. No instructions anywhere. Sure, the packages were posted, but the writing was so small, I couldn’t read it. Some of you have already figured out how to solve the problem. I was a little slower. First, I checked the recipe section, which took me to a separate page that was full of recipes, none of which was what I wanted.

Finally! At long last! I thought of the Zoom In feature. Five Zoom Ins, and it was finally big enough to read. A bit blurry but readable.

1/2 cup warm water in a microwave safe dish, add hotdog, cover, and microwave for 1-1/2 to 2 minutes. I do 2 minutes. Let sit for 1 minute.

Works with the Nathan hot dogs, too. Now you know, whether you wanted to know or not. And all I have to do to find the recipe again is enter “hotdog” or “hot dog” in the Search feature to have this post brought up.

Not everything can easily be found on the internet. Sometimes, you have to create your own easy step. 🙂

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