Friday, July 1, 2011

Don't serve boring hot dogs this 4th of July. Serve jazzed up hot dogs!

If you're looking for a new way to serve hot dogs, you won't wanna miss our fun jazzed up hot dogs and their recipes below. And as a bonus, we've got a recipe for Amish Hmburger BBQ submitted by one of our facebook friends and trust us, it's AWESOME!

*Thanks to Stauffers of Kissel Hill Supermarket for the groceries!

Jazzed Up Hot Dogs

You’ll need:
1 package of Hot Dogs
1. Place hot dogs on grill, in microwave, or boil until cooked.
2. Time to jazz up the hot dogs (don’t worry- it doesn’t take long!)

To make the Texan:
1 can of hot dog chili
1 package of shredded cheddar cheese
1 white onion (diced)
2 jalapenos (Sliced)
Directions: Place cooked hot dog on open bun. Spread a table spoon of hot dog chili over hot dog. Spread a 1/2 teaspoon of diced onions over top of the hotdog. Lay the sliced jalapenos the length of the hotdog. Last sprinkle cheese on to of hotdog and enjoy!

To make the Memphis:
1 can of hot dog chili
1 package of bagged cole slaw
Directions: Place cooked hot dog on open bun. Spread a table spoon of hot dog chili over hot dog. Sprinkle coleslaw to taste on top of hotdog and chow down.

To make the Los Angeles:
1 cucumber diced
1 avocado (Julienne)
2 plum tomatoes (sliced)
¼ cup of ranch dressing
½ teaspoon of celery salt

Directions: Open bun. Place to slices of avacdo on both top and bottom of the bun. Spread diced cucumber on bun in between the two slices of avocado. Lay two slices of tomato side by side on bottom of the bun. Sprinkle celery salt to taste. Place the hotdog in the bun. Top of the dog with a tablespoon of ranch dressing and serve.

To make the Kansas City:
1 package of bacon
1 bottle of BBQ sauce

Directions: Cook bacon till crispy. Crumble up cooked bacon and set aside. Place cooked hot dog on open bun. Spread BBQ sauce to cover the entire hot dog. Sprinkle crumbled bacon over to of hot dog and smile!

Amish Hamburger BBQ
(Special thanks to WARM 103.3 FB friend Judy Eckman for this YUMMY recipe!)

You’ll need:
2 lb ground beef
1 large onion peeled & chopped
1 cup ketchup
3 Tablespoons brown sugar
3 tablespoons vinegar
3 teaspoons yellow mustard
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon parsley
1 teaspoon chopped garlic or garlic powder

Directions: Lightly brown the hamburger then add chopped onion. Continue browning until meat is no longer pink & onion is soft. Add remaining ingredients & cook on medium heat, stirring often until meat is thoroughly cooked & sauce is thick & bubbly. This should take about 1/2 hour. Or you may brown the meat & onion then combine all ingredients in a crockpot & cook on low approx. 4 to 5 hours. Serve on your favorite rolls with your favorite cheese slice on top of the BBQ ! Very good sweet & sour BBQ! Taste even better the next day.

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