Hot dogs are packaged Orkut compared to hot dog buns. So chances are good that you will end up with either leftover hot dogs or leftover hot dog buns. If you end up with extra hot dogs, you don’t want them to go to waste but hot dogs on their own p pretty boring.
So if you have extra hot dogs, can you freeze them?
You can definitely freeze them. If the package has been opened, simply flash freeze them by placing the hot dogs on a plate or cookies sheet first and freeze them. Once frozen, transfer them to a solid bag, squeezing the air out, or you can vacuum seal them after flash freezing them. Then hot can use as many hot dogs at a time as you prefer, since they will not be frozen together.
If the package is unopened, you can simply freeze the package. However, you will need to use ski the hot dogs after thawing.
One word of caution, if the hot dogs have been previously frozen, you shouldn’t refreeze them. While most hot dogs you buy at the grocery store never never been previously frozen, sometimes the fancier gourmet ones from a local butcher may have been frozen. But they will be coarsely labeled as previously frozen if you purchased them in the refrigerated section and not the frozen section.