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In good taste FoodieView’s founder Howie Wang has provided the folks at Bacon Freak a Bacon Wrapped Hot Dog Recipe!
Danger Dogs (Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs)
We tend to think of the hot dog as a quintessentially American food, but this fiendishly delicious variation comes via our neighbors South of the border. The Danger Dog is a hot dog wrapped in bacon and served with grilled onions and peppers. Street vendors in Mexico have been serving these treats for years, and now bacon-wrapped hot dogs have made their way north to California and New York, where they have become a favorite post-barhopping snack. We’re not sure if the Danger Dog got its perilous name from its artery-clogging nature or the questionable sanitation standards of their vendors. Whatever the reason, this bit of bacony goodness makes for serious man food on the big game day. And the best part is that it’s really quick and easy to make.
8 hot dogs
8 hot dog buns
8 strips of bacon
1 large onion (sliced)
3-4 jalapenos (seeded and sliced)
2 Tbsp oil
(optional) mayonnaise, ketchup, mustard
1. Cut the onion into slices.
2. Cut the jalapenos in half, remove the seeds, and then slice them
lengthwise into 1/8 inch wide strips.
3. Wrap a strip of bacon tightly around each hot dog.
4. Heat oil over medium high heat in a large pan. Add the onions and
peppers, but keep the onions and peppers separate from each other. Cook
them until soft and a little brown (about 12 minutes).
5. Meanwhile, cook the bacon-wrapped hot dogs in another pan
over medium heat. Turn the hot dogs occasionally until the bacon
is crisp on all sides (about 12 minutes).
6. After the hot dogs are cooked, just stick them in a bun and
top them with the sauteed onions and peppers to taste. You can add
ketchup or mustard, but the traditional condiment is mayo.
Makes 8 servings
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Rocco “Boss Hog” Loosbrock
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