I was introduced to hot dogs wrapped in tortillas last year.
What a stupid, simple idea. And nothing could be better. Really, addictively yummy.
Then I went on a self-imposed wheat-products vacation for six months. There are teff tortillas, and probably other non-gluten ones, but the texture is not as familiar, not as comforting. So I said goodbye to my dogs.
Until I got the all-clear on gluten. Go ahead! Eat it! You're safe!
I did a little binge last week on all things tortilla: burritos and hot dogs. I guess I had a lot of tortillas.
This week my gut is telling me to knock it off, and I am sadly complying. It was nice while it lasted, but I can't handle the stuff. I felt freedom: any restaurant would be safe, any cracker could be nibbled, that contaminated old toaster could be used again.
Anyway. If you can eat tortillas, try this.
The tortilla is smeared with a little mayo and topped with a smidge of fried kimchi (just take it out of the jar and sizzle it in a pan for a minute). Add cooked dog, roll and eat.