Level Up Your Food Business With These Delicious Footlong Recipes

Want to start a home-based business? These Holiday Cheesedog Footlong dishes will earn you as much as P50 per order!

With the community quarantine in place, it is hard to head out and enjoy simple activities, like indulging in snacks from one’s favorite street food stalls. One such filling treat — ordinarily easy to find — is the footlong hotdog sandwich.

Freshly cooked, encased in a bun, and usually topped with ketchup and mayo, these hotdogs were people’s go-to light meal when they needed something satisfying just before a long commute home.

And since everyone continues to stay safe at home, how about fulfilling their footlong sandwich cravings by adding it to the menu of your home-based food business? It’s definitely a sulit-sa-presyo dish that can be delivered easily to your customers.

Those who want to level up their merienda menu can try these recipes using Holiday Cheesedog Footlong, prepared specially by Pinoy foodies on Instagram.

Photo Courtesy of Liah Kate Jansalin.

1 Footlong Tornado Bread Recipe

Who needs a hotdog bun when your Holiday Cheesedog Footlong is encased snugly in a warm, freshly made tornado bread? Try this recipe shared by Liah Kate Jansalin that kids — and kids-at-heart — will love to help you make and bake.

Yield: 10 servings

Footlong Tornado Bread Ingredients
1/2 tablespoon baking powder
1 500-g box pancake mix
1 egg
2 to 3 tablespoons water
1 pack Holiday Cheesedog Footlong (10 pieces)

How to make Footlong Tornado Bread

1 In a bowl, add baking powder to the pancake mix and blend well.

2 Add egg to the pancake mix mixture. Mix it well. Add water until it forms a dough. Knead the dough until soft and smooth.

3 Cut the dough into 10 equal parts. Roll the dough into long strips.

4 Wrap the dough strips around footlong cheesedogs. Secure the dough strips with toothpicks on both ends.

5 Bake the wrapped footlong cheesedogs in the oven at 230 degrees C for 5 to 7 minutes, or until the bread turns golden brown.

6 Serve warm with chosen condiments and sauces: ketchup, mayo, mustard, or cheese sauce

Estimated cost per serving: P19
Suggested price per serving: P50 to P60
Estimated profit per serving: P31 to P41

Photo Courtesy of Maj Villanueva.

2 Footlong with Potato Twists Recipe

How about adding a fun, crunchy twist to the meaty, cheesy Holiday Cheesedog Footlong by wrapping it in twisted potato chips? This easy recipe shared by Maj Villanueva (@iammajikz on Instagram, and Majlife on Facebook) is sure to be a hit with customers who are looking for something unique to try.

Yield: 10 servings

Footlong with Potato Twists Ingredients
10 pieces medium potatoes
1 pack Holiday Cheesedog Footlong (10 pieces)
oil for frying
mayonnaise (optional) 
ketchup (optional)
celery, chopped (optional)

How to make Footlong with Potato Twists

1 Cut the potatoes into spirals: Skewer the potato on a barbecue stick. Angle the knife and cut while turning the potato in the opposite direction.

2 Remove the potato spiral from the stick. Wrap it around a Holiday Cheesedog Footlong. Repeat the procedure for all 10 footlong cheesedogs.

3 Deep-fry the wrapped footlong cheesedogs in cooking oil, until cheesedogs are cooked and potatoes are golden brown.

4 Optional: Top cooked footlong cheesedogs with mayonnaise, ketchup, and chopped celery.

Estimated cost per serving: P40
Suggested price per serving: P70
Estimated profit per serving: P30

Photo Courtesy of CJ Palos.

3 Pizza Footlong Hotdog Recipe

Give your Holiday Cheesedog Footlong sandwich a fun, tropical vibe with pineapple tidbits. You can also amp up its savory flavor with pepperoni slices and cheese.

These easy-peasy pizza-inspired creations by CJ Palos (The Quintessential Mama on Facebook, and @CJPalos on Instagram) are a sure winner for hungry tummies.

Yield: 10 servings

Pizza Footlong Hotdog Ingredients
1 pack Holiday Cheesedog Footlong (10 pieces)
10 pieces footlong buns (or 20 pieces regular hotdog buns)
1 35-g pack pizza sauce
1 165-g block quick-melting cheese, grated

For Hawaiian pizza:
1 250-g pack CDO Regular Ham Cooked, cut into small squares
1 115-g can pineapple tidbits

For pepperoni pizza:
1 100-g pack CDO Pepperoni
1 piece green bell pepper, cut into small squares

How to make Pizza Footlong Hotdog

1 Steam footlong cheesedogs for 5 to 8 minutes, or until heated through.

2 Place footlong cheesedog in the footlong bun. Spread pizza sauce on top. Then, sprinkle a generous amount of quick-melting cheese.

3 For Hawaiian pizza: Add ham and pineapple tidbits.

4 For pepperoni pizza, add pepperoni and green bell pepper.

5 Bake the pizza footlong cheesedogs in the oven at 200 degrees C (400 degrees F), until the cheese melts.

6 Serve hot with ketchup and hot sauce on the side.

Estimated cost per serving: P50
Suggested price per serving: Php 80 to P100
Estimated profit per serving: P30 to P50

Photo Courtesy of Mhegs Gomez.

4 Footlong Flavors of the World Recipe

Take your tastebuds on a trip around the world with this selection of no-fuss sandwiches. The recipes, shared by Mhegs Gomez (@thegomezdivas on Instagram) incorporate international flavors into the delicious meaty goodness of Holiday Cheesedog Footlong.

Try making these four exciting versions — Manila’s FEWA or Footlong Egg Wrap Around, Singapore’s Salted Egg Footlong, Japan’s Terimayo Japadog, and the New York-Style Footlong.

Yield: 10 servings

Footlong Flavors of the World Ingredients
1 pack Holiday Cheesedog Footlong (10 pieces)
10 pieces footlong buns (or 20 pieces hotdog buns)

Toppings for Manila’s Footlong Egg Wrap-Around (1 serving):
2 eggs, scrambled 
1/4 cup shredded cabbage
2 tablespoons grated cheese (or to taste)
1 tablespoon mayonnaise (or to taste)
1 tablespoon ketchup (or to taste)

Toppings for Singapore’s Salted Egg Footlong (4 servings):
4 salted egg yolks, mashed
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 cup evaporated milk
1/2 teaspoon condensed milk
salt, to taste
4 tablespoons Japanese mayonnaise (or to taste)
4 tablespoons pickle relish

Toppings for Japan’s Terimayo Japadog (1 serving):
1 tablespoon teriyaki sauce
1 tablespoon Japanese mayonnaise
2 tablespoons carrot, cut into thin strips
2 tablespoons nori (seaweed) sheets, cut into thin strips

Toppings for New York-Style Footlong (4 servings):
400 grams ground pork
1 small onion, diced
3 cloves garlic, chopped
2 medium tomatoes, diced
1 small green bell pepper, diced
1 to 2 tablespoons taco seasoning
salt, to taste
1/2 cup grated cheese

How to make Footlong Flavors of the World

1 Steam the Holiday Cheesedog Footlong. Once cooked, set aside.

2 Lightly toast the footlong or hotdog buns. Set aside.

3 For Manila’s Footlong Egg Wrap-Around: In a pan, cook scrambled eggs lightly. Add the footlong cheesedog, cabbage, and cheese to the egg. Wrap the scrambled egg around these ingredients. Place wrapped footlong cheesedog in the bun. Top with ketchup and mayonnaise.

4 For Singapore’s Salted Egg Footlong: Sauté mashed salted egg yolks in butter. Add evaporated milk and condensed milk. Season with salt. Place footlong cheesedog in the bun. Top with salted egg sauce, Japanese mayonnaise, and pickle relish.

5 For Japan’s Terimayo Japadog: Place footlong cheesedog in the bun. Top with teriyaki sauce, Japanese mayonnaise, carrot strips, and nori strips.

6 For New York-Style Footlong: Sauté ground pork, onion, garlic, tomato, and green bell pepper. Once pork is cooked, add taco seasoning and salt to taste. Place footlong cheesedog in the bun. Arrange cooked ground pork on top. Add grated cheese.

Estimated cost per serving: P59 to P99
Suggested price per serving: P99 to P149
Estimated profit per serving: P40 to P50

Photo Courtesy of Charisse Villegas.

5 Cheesedog Footlong-Silog Recipe

Take hotsilog to the next level by adding more meaty flavors with this Holiday Cheesedog Footlong-Silog recipe by Charisse Villegas (@sheikha_bella on Instagram). As a bonus tip, make sure you offer extra rice with this simply satisfying meal!

Yield: 10 servings

Cheesedog Footlong-Silog Ingredients
oil for frying
1 pack Holiday Cheesedog Footlong (10 pieces)
10 pieces egg
10 cups garlic fried rice (or steamed rice)
tomatoes, sliced (optional)

How to make Cheesedog Footlong-Silog

1 In a pan, heat oil and fry Holiday Cheesedog Footlong. Set aside.

2 Fry eggs sunny-side up. Set aside.

3 Arrange the fried footlong cheesedog, fried egg, and a cup of rice in your chosen container.

4 Garnish with sliced tomatoes.

Estimated cost per serving: P40
Suggested price per serving: P75 to P80
Estimated profit per serving: P35 to P40

These easy and tasty recipes using Holiday Cheesedog Footlong are a surefire hit with your food business customers, family, and friends! What’s more, they are made with the high-quality assurance that comes with each CDO product. CDO products are made with farm-fresh meat and go under rigorous certification standards for safety.

Try these exciting recipes made with the Holiday Cheesedog Footlong, which is available nationwide in wet markets, the frozen food sections of supermarkets and grocery stores, CDO Foodstores, and soon online through the CDO Home Delivery.

For more fun recipes and tips, visit the official Holiday website, Facebook page, and Instagram account.

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