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Hot Dog Sauce

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by volky, May 16, 2004.

  1. volky

    volky NRA Member Millennium Member

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    Does anyone have a good recipe for chili sauce for hot dogs? Not looking for anything hot and spicy. Just something that has good flavor.
     
  2. Glockerel

    Glockerel Got Mojo?

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    Do a Google search for Cincinati Chili. It's a thin chili served over spaghetti or hotdogs. I think it makes the best hotdog sauce there is.
    I buy mine from Skyline, which also has a website. I use the dry seasoning mix and just add gr beef, tomato paste and H2O. Very good product. Just like being at a Red's game.
     

  3. Skyhook

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    Dirty John's is the best there is.. I'll try to dig up the 'almost Dirty John's' tomorrow..

    I have seen Lear jets scream into this little burgh's airpark for a few dozen for private parties in the Bahamas and points weird.
     
  4. CZ-75A

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    The Cincinnati chili reference made me want about 3 cheese coneys with mustard and onions, followed by a 4-way.

    Skyline is okay, but Empress is probably the best, perhaps Dixie. If you live in Publix country (or within 2 hours drive of Cincy at a Kroger's), they carry Skyline frozen.