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Posted: 11/10/19 11:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Marinated Hotdogs

Who doesn’t love a good hotdog, well what about one that tastes absolutely amazing.  A few extra steps and I promise you may never go back to the classic grilled hotdog again.

Ingredients:
8 Hotdogs, I prefer all beef
2 T BBQ Sauce
1T Ketchup
2tsp. Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 tsp. Yellow Mustard
1/2 tsp. Dijon Mustard (optional)
1/2 tsp. Minced Garlic
1/4 tsp. Onion Powder
4 tsp. Olive Oil

Directions:
-Mix all ingredients but hotdogs in small bowl.
-Cut slits into one side of eat hotdog.  You don’t want them too deep, but you want them deep enough for marinade to go.  Depending on hotdog you can cut 5-8 slits.
-Place hotdogs in closeable bag, pour marinade over them.
-Place in fridge for at least 2 hours.  Remove and lightly wipe down hot dogs, too much marinade may burn before hotdog is done.
-Grill hotdog to preferred doneness. Enjoy!


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Sweet....

Luv the good ole Hot Doggies..

I"ll give it a try, thanks..[image]


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That would be perfect for spiral cut dogs, my favorite way.


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Come to Buffalo and get the best Hot Dog, charcoal grilled Salen's!

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WNYBob wrote:

Come to Buffalo and get the best Hot Dog, charcoal grilled Salen's!

You bet! The KISS principle works best for camp food.
Get a top quality hot dog. Grill it then top it with your favorite condiments. A top quality hot dog has great flavor without marinade, just like a top quality steak.


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I'm game to try it!

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WNYBob wrote:

Come to Buffalo and get the best Hot Dog, charcoal grilled Salen's!


It was a happy day for me when Publix started carrying them here in Tennessee.

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I will eat a hot dog done until it splits on a stick over a campfire. Drop it on a bun, add mustard and I'm happy. I don't grill 'em, fry 'em or worst of all boil 'em.

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WNYBob wrote:

Come to Buffalo and get the best Hot Dog, charcoal grilled Salen's!

Never tried them... but usually get Hoffman's from Syracuse


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I like dogs that are fried/grilled. Not so much boiled. Put dog in bun take Sweet Babys Ray dipping sauce with horseradish put on top. Then eat. Super good.

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