Chicago Style Hotdogs with Homemade Potato Chips!

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The Potato Hot Dog Buns from Arnold, Brownberry & Oroweat Bread here are the perfect vessel for this American style dish. Served alongside ridiculously addictive homemade crisps sprinkled with celery salt & smoked paprika, you will be licking your fingers!! This video is sponsored by Arnold, Brownberry & Oroweat Bread.

Serves: 4

Ingredients (US & METRIC):

4 Arnold, Brownberry, Oroweat Potato Hot Dog Buns
1 egg white, lightly beaten
1-2 tsp poppy seeds
4 large beef frankfurters with natural casing
1 tbsp olive oil

For the crispy potato chips:
600g/ 1 ⅓ lbs floury potatoes
1 ltr/ 34 fl oz vegetable oil
Good pinch smoked paprika
½ tsp sweet smoked paprika
Celery sea salt to sprinkle

To serve:
French yellow mustard
4 dill pickle spears, quartered
1 small sweet white onion, finely chopped
2 medium vine tomatoes, cut into thin wedges
4-8 sport peppers

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