The hot dog originated in Germany. In Germany, the hot dog is called Frankfurter. The name originated in Frankfurt, a city in Germany. This sausage was originally made in this city. Later spread to the United States, the Americans called it "(sausage dog sausage)" because the dachshund dog is long and is from Germany. In the United States, the hawker selling sausage sausage sausages, a hot water tank on the front chest, inside Insulated sausages, called "getyourdachshundsausage!" People used bread to eat sausages. In 1906, a newspaper cartoonist painted the sausage he saw in a newspaper, but he painted a Bread, which has a dachshund dog instead of a sausage, because he won't spell the word dachshund, just write "getyour('hotdogs')!", the name is used. Hotdogs--hot dogs .
In addition to the butter, all materials are placed in the bread machine from wet to dry, and the dough is once served. Take it out and continue to beat it by hand until the dough is stalked and smooth.
After the gluten is added, the softened butter is added and the dough is extended until the dough is extended, and the base fermentation is started.
After the dough was fermented to twice as large, the dough was taken out and crushed, and the dough was divided into the same amount of 8*55 g of the dough and allowed to relax for 15 minutes.
The dough is rolled into an oval shape, rolled up from top to bottom, rolled into an olive shape, and placed in a hot dog mold or paper film.
Put all the shaped dough into the oven for the final warm fermentation.
After the final fermentation, preheat the box and bake it at 170-180 degrees for 15-18 minutes, depending on the temperature of the oven.
After roasting, remove the bread and let it cool. Heat the hot dog and cut the middle of the completely cold bread. Don't cut it. Put in the lettuce leaves and hot dogs that are cleaned and dried, and then squeeze the tomato sauce or salad dressing.