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I’m all things nontraditional. I do everything that’s not normal. And with my food? I can throw the oddest ingredients into a pan and cook them to a confused culinary craziness.
On my way back from work one evening, I picked up a hot mustard sauce and BBQ flavoured hot dog to-go. As I got home, I realized I’d been getting this very same hot dog packed since forever, and now I’m plain bored. I raided my fridge to find the leftover kimchee salad from last night. I stuffed it in the hot dog—and bam! My experiment tasted so good!
This made me wonder, since everybody loves hot dogs , why are there just definite toppings and dressings for them? Why not come up with some new and unique ways to dress the juicy delicacy?
- Hot Dog Croque Monsieur
Putting an American spin on a French classic. Use hot dogs instead of ham in the sandwich, and there goes your American French fusion!
- Hot Dog Flautas
Mixing two classic street foods, tacos and hot dogs gives you this amazing concoction. The bread of a taco and the classic sausage dog inside with all toppings mixed—this one takes my heart.
- Cran Apple Hot Dog
The flavour combination of tart apples and cranberries pair well with a chicken or turkey hot dog. Try a cranberry mustard with this delish relish.
- Peach Pepper Hot Dog
Top your dog with a fruity little kick! This peach and pepper combination is the perfect pair to hot dogs basted with peach preserves while grilling.
- Grilled Onion Hot Dog
Grill onions for a sweet, savoury take on the old school hot stuff. Use sweet onions and pair with barbecue sauce or salsa for an irresistible dog.
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