|The Best Fryer Cookbook Ever|
|by Phyllis Kohn|
Few people would dispute the old Florentine proverb "Even a bedroom slipper tastes good when it's fried," but many try to stay away from deep-frie...
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Brown ground beef ... nearly done. Add remaining ingredients; stir well to combine. Simmer over low heat 15 minutes. Serve over hot dogs, Coney Island style!
Combine everything except ... and add to sauce. Stir. Cook ... little thin, added a few crumbled soda crackers to the sauce. Put over hot dogs in a bun.
Mince onions, celery, ... hour. Add the tomato sauce and stir it ... best authentic results, use Kayem “skinny” beef hot dogs, and the full buns, steamed.
Melt shortening and butter in large skillet. Brown hamburger and onions thoroughly. Add rest of ingredients and simmer until thick. Sauce can be frozen.
Combine all ingredients ... add to the sauce. Stir. Cook ... chili topping for more than one cookout. Delicious. This sauce is to be served on hot dogs.
Simmer first 6 ingredients until thickened. Heat wieners. Put on bun and add sauce. Add relish or cheese if desired.
Add: Simmer 10 ... Freezes well in small butter cups. Heat hot dogs and rolls. Put coney sauce on hot dogs, then add chopped onions on top. It's real good.
Brown hamburger in ... break up meat. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer 1 hour. Stir occasionally. Makes about 2 cups. Enough sauce for 1 dozen hot dogs.
Put all ingredients in pan and cook on top of stove LOW HEAT for 4 hours. When done, put chili on top of hot dogs.
Brown and drain ... terrific served on Coneys, too. Take ... Onions are optional. Top with grated cheddar for Cheese Coneys. Happy eating, Cincinnati-Style!
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