By Kathy Klahn
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Hi Kat! I just found this website, and your question about gooey buns from a couple years ago. Did any of those sound familiar? Are you my long lost sister? Haha. Gooey buns were my family's tradition for Christmas Eve. We would go to church, come home, and Santa had come while we were away. Then after all the fun of opening gifts, we would eat the gooey buns until we were stuffed! Let me know if you would like my mom's version. Carolyn
By artena (Guest Post)01/26/2008
Gind up hot dogs or bologna. Add mayo, sweet relish, mustard,onion.
Place on the bottom half of a deli bun.
Add cheez whiz on the top bottom half of the bun.
Put them together and bake in the oven for @ 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees or untill the bun is browned. The out side will be crispy and the inside will be soft and the cheese melted. Add sides as wanted, like baked beans, Mac and cheese, chip/dip.
By Bobbie Hudson-Penick01/21/2008
Here is one that you could sub ham :GOOEY BUNS
1 lb. bologna (or Spam)
3/4 lb. American cheese (like Velveeta)
1/3 cup mayonnaise or salad dressing
1/4 cup prepared yellow mustard
2 tbsp. sweet pickle relish or chopped sweet pickle
1 tbsp. finely minced onion
12 hot dog buns
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Grind or finely chop bologna and cheese. Stir in mayonnaise, mustard, pickle, and onion; mix well.
Cut hot dog buns open, spread with butter, then the filling.
Wrap each bun in foil.
Heat in slow oven at 325 degrees F for 25 minutes.
Source: Cookbook USA
MSG URL: http://www.recipelink.com/msgid/0082140
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