I have to have onion, mustard and sweet coleslaw. I don't have hot dogs often but if I do they have to be good. I also boil them twice to remove all preservatives I can and it doesn't hurt the taste, in fact you can do that like the day before a cook out or meal and then just grill them to get them hot and it has that great grilled flavor without all the danger! (or just pop them under the broiler if you are lazy like me!)
Hi Faith, I love hot dogs! I don't eat them a lot, but when I do I usually add ketchup and mustard. I also love a hot dog with sauerkraut...or relish. If the place where I purchase one offers fried onions, I go for that too! Great question and now I am hungry for a hot dog! God bless, Sparklea
PS: Years ago I was with a friend at Atlantic City, New Jersey enjoying the boardwalk. We both purchased a delicious hot dog. Before my friend could get the first bite, a seagull swooped down and took the WHOLE hot dog in his beak and flew off. She was so mad, she said a few unrepeatable words. I couldn't help but laugh!
Hi Sparklea, I know, I am getting hungry for one too! All of those toppings are great for sure. LOL, thank you for sharing that story about the seagull swooping down and taking your friend's hotdog ... Oh, my, guess it loved hotdogs too!!! LOL
My favorite hot dog toppings are mayo,tomatoes,black olives and hot peppers. I also do the same toppings with subs that have meat on them.
Cheese and chilly is good, if, you can get the chilly with out the beans. I use sloppy joe mix from a can because I cannot eat the beans. Don't forget to top this one off with lots of.hot peppers. Yum!
Hi suzzy, now I could go for the black olives and hot peppers. Interesting! I do not put mayo on a hotdog though, mm ly hamburgers. Oh, I love beans in chili but that certainly is a great alternative you havecome up with! pile them on!!!
Hi Sha, yum, now that is a delicious combination there! I do love the Kraut and had not thought about adding Swiss cheese but I do love. I will try these here next time. Yes, a good brand makes all the difference!
Faith, I put the cheese down first, then the brown mustard followed by the dog and topped with kraut. Yummy! I also use Nature's Own Sandwich Rounds instead of hot dog buns. They are healthier and only carry 100 calories.
Other than ketchup and mustard, I really love freshly cut onions on top. Whether it's a regular hotdog or a chili dog, you can't really go wrong with onions. After that it would probably be finely cut pickles. Oddly enough, I don't like relish, but if I cut up a pickle slice, it works. It makes no sense. I would probably like other toppings as well, but you can only fit so much on the bun. I often dream of going to Chicago for one of their ridiculously buried hot dogs.
Hi M. T. Dreamer, yes, I have to at least have onions. Oh, now that you have mentioned it I love hotdog relish! I would love one day too to try a Chicago dog. Yes, they bury their dogs, so I know I would themthem!
I them with : corn relish pepper relish zucchini relish green tomato relish That odd neon green relish Pickle relish Piccallili (british relish) But I haven't tried red tomato relish cause I am thinking that is just relish in ketchup. I am not a big fan of relish and ketchup.
What's your favorite way to have a hot dog and what do the kids like?Are you a ketchup and relish fan, rap them up in bacon and biscuits, Chicago dogs, or do you have your own special way? Is there a certain brand...