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View Poll Results: What do you like in your hot dog chili sauce?
Hot and Spicy 13 39.39%
Sweet 6 18.18%
Tomato Flavor 1 3.03%
Beef Flavor 13 39.39%
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Old 06-22-2008, 10:09 AM   #1
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Hot Dog Chili Sauce

What's most important to you in chili for your hot dog?
You want it to be different than the chili you eat in a bowl, right?
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Old 06-22-2008, 11:29 AM   #2
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Well, if you're asking me, I don't much care for chili on hot dogs. Good mustard and onions, please.

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Old 06-22-2008, 11:33 AM   #3
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Beef flavor, " fresh out of da can" as JB say. We make are own from time to time, but when it takes two or three times the time (or more) to make it from scratch Than grilling a few dogs, The can works for us.
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Old 06-22-2008, 12:56 PM   #4
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I generally eat my hot dogs without chili, either (1) mustard and sauerkraut, or (2) mustard and cole slaw. But, when I do use chili, I want chili, and not that "chili hot dog sauce" sold in cans that has textured vegetable protein as its main ingredient. Even disregarding the recall, this stuff isn't for me:



Monty and Puff have it right... Hormel chili with no beans. I think any of Stogie's recipes would fill the bill, too.
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:09 PM   #5
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I like skyline consistency with a beefy'esque flavor...

And Stogie, come one, The Captain is the one who gives lessons around here...HE INVENTED LESSONS!!
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Old 06-22-2008, 01:56 PM   #6
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Stogie, I made your recipe with the lard for a few years, but
I can't eat that anymore, lol.
Besides, I want to create one better than yours.

The main thing is I'm cooking chili for a Red Cross Fundraiser,
and they're billing it as my "famous" chili. I'm trying to come up
with something really good between now and Wednesday.
I've got some yankee transplants down here who will appreciate
the coney style, but I'm trying to find out what folks are really
looking for.

As part of my madness, I've collected recipes and info for years, your
recipes were some of the first on my list, way back around 2001 or so.
I'll compile the info and work on a recipe, and I'll post it here.

Not trying for a true coney sauce though because I want something that
will work more for a Carolina dog, which includes slaw. I'm trying to match the profile that stands alone and as a compliment to the slaw.

I'm getting a headache now, so I'll just click Submit.
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Old 06-22-2008, 02:22 PM   #7
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Beefy flavor with chunks of meat and a little kick to it.
I had my first Carolina dog down in Myrtle Beach and it was great!
I try to get people up here to try it and they think I'm nuts.
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Hormel chili with no beans. Yeah, baby
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Quote:
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Hormel chili with no beans. Yeah, baby
You just hit the nail on the head.
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Old 06-22-2008, 04:18 PM   #10
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Can you really have a bad dog???? No mater what goes on it they are goooooood!
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Old 06-23-2008, 09:04 AM   #11
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I use my chili recipe for dogs & bowl chili, It has a kinda sweet chili flavor
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Old 06-23-2008, 12:00 PM   #12
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thanks for all the comments....I'm working on a recipe
for a Red Cross fundraiser, and I want it to be excellent.

If I hit a killer recipe, I'll post it.

so JB can make a movie and post that.
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if you remember this thread.... I was pleased with the turnout...

http://www.bbq-4-u.com/forum/viewtopic. ... ht=#161497

recipe at the end of thread
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Where's the "ALL of the Above" selection in your poll?

Why aren't you just making the "Aiken Pool Hall" recipe?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stogie
Chili dogs are simply hot dogs with chili on them. Coney dogs are hot dogs with a meaty sauce.
Maybe where you're from. LOL
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Good Lawdy Miz Claudie..you trying to make me puke here? Let a cute little waitress in Bebee Arkansas trick me into letting her put cole slaw on my chili dawg. Dang it was awful. I like my dawgs whut is called Cincinatti style by the afficionados which is...Mustard..kraut..cheese onyawns and Wolf Brand Chili in the can. At Der Weinersnitzel they call em mess dawgs..cuz after you knock out 5 or 6 it gets purty messy and you need a shower to get the mess off.

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Stogie, I made your recipe with the lard for a few years, but
I can't eat that anymore, lol.
Besides, I want to create one better than yours.

The main thing is I'm cooking chili for a Red Cross Fundraiser,
and they're billing it as my "famous" chili. I'm trying to come up
with something really good between now and Wednesday.
I've got some yankee transplants down here who will appreciate
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looking for.

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Not trying for a true coney sauce though because I want something that
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son, your first mistake was eating Arkansas slaw.
Come visit your kinfolk and get one the right way.
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i think what people look over a lot on dogs are fresh buns you got to have fresh buns after you got fresh buns then you need the dogs,chili not out the can then onions lots of them and then chesse .


not runny chili i hate runny chili on dogs .
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Good Lawdy Miz Claudie..you trying to make me puke here? Let a cute little waitress in Bebee Arkansas trick me into letting her put cole slaw on my chili dawg. Dang it was awful.
Slaw, chili, or sauerkraut. Pick one , but NOT two .
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I know I'm going to catch hell but I like mine with bun and a good chili on it with alot of mayo.
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