Recently I was lucky enough to be sent a pack of PEK Jungle Dogs hot dogs to review. Jungle Dogs are delicious pork hot dogs, they contain 85% pork, they contain NO artificial colours or flavours & even better, they contain NO mechanically separated meat.
They arrived in super quick time & came with a lovely selection of recipe suggestions. I’d planned to use the savory pancake recipe but best made plans & all that meant that it never happened. Instead we made two delicious lunch dishes.
For the twins we made Puff Pastry Hot Dog Pizzas. These were super easy & the twins did most of it themselves.
Ready rolled sheet of puff pastry
Sliced Jungle Dogs
A little milk
We used a bowl as a cutter to make the right size pizza bases. Spread some passata onto the pastry, added some grated cheese & finally the Jungle Dogs on top. We used the little bit of milk to brush around the edge of the pastry. They went into the oven for 15 minutes.
Each pack of Jungle Dogs contains two little packs in one. Each side has three hot dogs in so you can cut down the middle of the pack, use one side of three & pop the other in the fridge without worrying about it being an open packet. We used one pack of three for the twins pizza & I used the other pack of three for a quick omelette lunch.
I chopped up the other three hot dogs, fried them in a little Fry Light & threw in three eggs that I’d beaten with a fork. It literally took minutes to make & we enjoyed our lunch together. One of the twins really enjoyed their hot dog pizza & even stole nearly half of my omelette. The other twin wasn’t as keen but still ate it LOL
Since we received our original pack of Jungle Dogs I had been ordered by the twins to buy more. They are available in ASDA at £1 & also larger Tesco stores for £1.20. We’ve made the puff pastry pizzas again & also had them in the more traditional way of Hot Dogs in a bun, loaded with ketchup
Let me know if youget some Jungle Dogs what you think of them.
Disclaimer: This post is a review of products that I received for free. All opinions are my own.