South East Asian Hot Dog Roll

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Well, this is not a common hot dog roll that you can see in the marketplace in the West, South Asia, South East Asia (SEA) like Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. Normally, this kind of dish is usually coming from family kitchen with their creative mind. This is a easy dish and I could not assure other country cooks can get this ingredients unless he/she would like to start from scratch. If not, it is very easy to make them.




2 packages readymade frozen Malaysian Roti Paratha (Rotin Canai), available from Asian grocery stores, thawed

1 package hot dogs, any kinds, from any supermarkets

1 large egg, beaten for wash glaze

White Sesame seeds (optional)

Canola/vegetable/corn/olive oil for greasing



Lightly greased a baking pan/tray with some oil or lined a parchment paper on the baking pan/tray. Set aside.

Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350°F.

Place the thawed roti paratha skin on a flat surface (chopping board/a flat plate) and lightly brush with some egg-wash. Place a hot dog sausage at the edge of the roti and roll it tightly. Continue assemble until all the roti paratha skins and hot dog sausages are all done.

Transfer the finished hot dogs onto the prepared baking pan/tray making assure that it is placed at least 2 inches between each hot dog. Use a sharp utility knife and made few slits on top and brush them with egg-wash. Sprinkle some white sesame seeds (optional). Transfer the baking pan/tray to the preheated oven and bake for about 40-45 minutes according to your oven.


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