This home-style favorite features franks, potatoes and bell peppers prepared in a skillet
Serving Size: 4 servings (1 frank and 1 cup potato mixture each)Complete Nutrition Information
6 reviews for Skillet Franks and Potatoes
Looks like I'm the first 1 outta the gate reviewing & guess what? Its good! The absolute only hot dogs I ever buy since my Jewish friend took me on a grocery run with her.I thought she'd made a terrible mistake getting these, right? Wrong!! Lol ! After gingerly pointing out I thought she wasn't suppose to eat those (lol) bless her heart, she was so nice & here I thought she'd lay me out; not at all. Lol! She taught me right then and there about the A,B, C's of buying "kosher." I had no clue about any of it & thx 2 her, I buy ONLY these & have for the last 5 yrs. They're the best on the market hands down. Granted for hot dogs + being on disability, they're a tad bit expensive being on disability but trust me on this, I may have to alternate buying them every other mo (2 pks at the very least) & something else has to go, the taste is worth it! Kids love it! Just tell 'em to scoot the green peppers to the side of their plate. ;-)
April 28, 2016,
This looks like a really good recipe.
April 25, 2016,
I love Hebrew National Hotdogs! I like making them with different toppings! Reuben Hotdogs
April 15, 2016,
Easy to make great flavor!
January 08, 2016,
Wondering why the franks need to be scored.
September 12, 2015,
I plan on serving this next week. It sounds really good, easy, and quick. What more is there?
August 27, 2015,
We appreciate your feedback!
|Amount per Serving|
|% Daily Value*|
|Total fat||42 g||65%|
|Saturated fat||14 g||69%|
|Dietary fiber||4 g||16%|