How many ways can you fix a great hot dog? Let us show you! Frankfurters, weiners, chili dogs, pizza dogs, and more - we've got them all right here.See Popular Hot Dogs Recipes
What could be easier--wrap strips of puff pastry around frankfurter halves and bake. It puts an elegant spin on this all-time favorite appetizer.
Celebrate National Hot Dog Month with classic Coney Dog. The chili sauce is what really makes a great Coney, and the secret ingredient in this Coney Dog Sauce will surprise you. Serve with an array of additional toppings. We have some suggestions on that.
When preparing this easy main dish, keep in mind that fully cooked sausages and frankfurters require just a brief warming on the grill; uncooked varieties require longer grilling.
When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.
Classic hot dogs from the Windy City piled high with sweet pickle relish, tomatoes, onions, mustard, and a pickle spear.
Make summer cookouts complete by serving hot dogs or sausages topped with especially intriguing mustard sauces.
Serve these jumbo dogs with whole pickled peppers as they often do in Chicago.
Yellow mustard, tomatoes, cucumber, pickle relish, and a dill pickle spear top this grilled hot dog recipe. Sprinkle with a dash of celery salt if you like.
When it comes to great "on the grill" recipes, nothing beats the Great Outdoors (i.e., your Backyard). Or the Great State of Texas. In fact, if you're looking for easy grilling to please the kids and just plain easy to please yourself, go for this recipe for Hot Dogs and Texas Tomato Chutney. We don't have to remind you how easy hot dogs are. But we will point out that they don't taste nearly as good boiled in water as they do tossed on the grill. And the chutney is no-fuss, too, because you can pre-make and wrap itread more
Take advantage of reduced-fat hot dogs, cheese, and refrigerator rolls when making this all-time favorite snack. Your kids won't notice and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you slashed the fat.
Matt Neal's sister, Madeline, is a big hot dog fan who constantly comes up with ideas for toppings. She suggested this terrific, if unlikely, combination of cinnamony sauteed apples with slices of sharp cheddar cheese, served on top of hot dogs tucked into pretzel rolls.
From the mountains to the beach -- Paula Deen's take on a classic dish made Southern style.
If you like sauerkraut with your hot dogs, try this potato-topped casserole recipe. Prepared mashed potatoes save on the prep time.
This gooey casserole is full of kid-friendly ingredients: hot dogs, macaroni, spaghetti sauce, and cheese. It's a family favorite.
When Kogi's truck first Tweeted its stops last November, no one had heard of Korean short rib tacos. Now hundreds of people line up for them, and for kimchi hot dogs. Credit Roy Choi, who cooked at NYC's Le Bernardin and recently opened a Kogi counter at L.A.'s Alibi Room.
These hot dogs get upgraded with a topping of Napa cabbage and carrot slaw. The slaw is an instant hit.
A can of soda adds sweetness to the homemade sauce in this recipe. Use this delightful sauce to top grilled hot dogs or most any grilled meat.