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Tired of the too "tame" blandness frankfurters which taste like they've been made in too close proximity with sawdust? Try this: 8 frankfurters 1/2 cup cooking sherry (or any other dry white wine) 2 tbsp worchester sauce 1 tsp soy sauce 1 tbsp prepared mustard 1 tbsp olive oil Separate franfurter links and prick each several times with fork. Blend ingredients thoroughly and pour over frankfurters, marinating them in the fridge overnight (covered!). Now they are ready for processing: boiling in plain water, grilling or just plain heating in the microwave oven. BTW - did you ever try baking them with beans?

Zesty Frankfurters


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(posted January 28, 2006)

Tired of the too "tame" blandness frankfurters which taste like they've been made in too close proximity with sawdust? Try this:

8 frankfurters
1/2 cup cooking
sherry (or any other dry white wine)
2 tbsp worchester
sauce
1 tsp
soy
sauce
1 tbsp
prepared mustard
1 tbsp
olive oil

Separate franfurter links and
prick each several times with fork.

Blend ingredients thoroughly and pour over frankfurters, marinating them in the fridge overnight (covered!).

Now they are ready for processing: boiling in plain water, grilling or just plain heating in the
microwave oven.

BTW - did you ever try
baking them with beans?


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