Concepts Electronix Hot Diggity Dogger
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- Quickly grill two hot dogs while toasting two buns
- Safe and easy; no boiling water
- Variable heat control cooks hot dogs just how you love them every time
- Healthy vertical grilling technique allows oil and fat to drain off the hot dog
- Clean up is easy with removable basket and pull out grease tray
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Now grilling two hot dogs and toasting the buns is as fast and easy as using a toaster! The Hot Diggity Dogger uses a vertical toasting technique for healthier dogs. Variable heat control allows each member of the family to make hot dogs the way they love them best while toasting the buns to a golden brown! Clean up is fast and easy with a removable weiner basket and pull out grease and crumb tray. The "dogger" is fun to use and makes terrific hot dogs!
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While overall I love this product, there is room for improvement. It's true they cook a little unevenly, so for more even cooking, I flip the hot dogs halfway through the cooking. The manufacturer does say not to use bun-length or fat hot dogs, but since I prefer bun-length I went ahead broke that rule, and they came out great. I don't think I'd use it for fat hot dogs though. Secondly, the buns stick out a little so I also flip them partway through the cooking process, and since I don't like them quite as toasted I wait to add them when I'm flipping the hot dogs. The other problem is getting the hot dogs out of the basket, which is too hot to touch once they've finished cooking. They should include a nylon prong or tongs (maybe with a hot dog shaped handle?) to make it easier to extract the cooked hot dogs from that hot basket. Once they've cooled, it's a snap to clean the basket and removable drip tray.
I'd have given this item 5 stars if they made it so that the buns fit, you could definitely use bun-length dogs, and it came with a nylon prong or tongs for extracting cooked hot dogs. But while there is room for improvement and you may have to take a few extra steps to make hot dogs & buns cook evenly, I still recommend this product for great indoor hot dogs, I love it.
I am still attempting to find hot dogs that will fit properly. Not too long. Not too short. Not too fat, etc. It looks like the manufacturer put a solid plate between the heating elements so the bun would not burn before the hot dog(s) were done. The only problem with that is the bun is a little on the dry side by the time the hot dog itself is done cooking.
I shall keep looking for the proper dogs and buns. In the meantime I shall keep using the Dogger. It does work but not as I pictured it. But isn't that true with a lot of products we purchase today?
There are drawbacks, in other reviews they mentioned the bun length and over sized hotdogs don't work. We use the Oscar Meyer Deli style and they come out perfect. As for getting the hotdog out if it gets stuck, we just take plastic tongs and lift out the basket and tap tap tap until it falls out itself. It also could use a feature where it could cook more than two at a time, but that would be for a family or in our case, a large order. If you're planning on using it for a party, fire up the grill instead. This is more for the convenience of a couple at a time.