|Hot Dog (Edible)|
|by Bruce Kraig|
Char-grilled or boiled? Sauerkraut or chili? Mustard or ketchup? Vienna Beef or Sabrett? Only these questions could be raised about one of the wor...
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Mix barbeque sauce and jelly together in crockpot until jelly is melted. Cut up hot dogs and simmer.
Heat jelly and chili sauce. Correct with chili powder to taste. May be used as barbecue sauce without hot dogs.
Cut hot dogs into bite-sized pieces. Melt chili sauce and jelly in crock pot on low. Add hot dogs. Simmer several hours (at ... 6 hours) before serving.
Mix jelly, chili sauce, and mustard in saucepan until smooth. Cut up hot dogs and mix in sauce. (Keep warm in crock pot.)
Mix ground beef ... skillet. Stir chili sauce and jelly together and pour ... heat for 30-45 minutes, then add hot dogs. Simmer for another 30-45 minutes.
Simmer until jelly melts. Remove from heat. Add cut-up hot dogs - 5 to ... hot dogs in sauce. Bake in ... Leftover sauce may be frozen for serving later.
In saucepan on low heat, melt jelly until smooth. Blend in ketchup and bar-b-q sauce. Set aside. Cook hot dogs. Cut into ... add to sauce. Heat and serve.
Mix all ingredients ... degree oven. Serve hot with toothpicks. Smoked hot dogs or smoked Bratwurst ... Cut in bite size pieces before adding to the sauce.
Heat equal amounts of grape jelly and chili sauce in a crock pot until liquified. Stir mixture. Add hot dogs or sausages. Serve with toothpicks.
Brown hot dogs. Add chili sauce and grape jelly. Simmer 15 ... coat hot dogs with glaze. I sometimes put Kielbasa in with my hot dogs. My husband loves it.
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