- 3-6 Classic Hotdogsmeat of your choice
- 3 Hotdog long buns
- Chilli sauce
- 1 Onionchopped
Now when it comes to talking about simple yet delicious foods, hot dogs take the lead regarding all aspects. And why wouldn’t they? The yummy combination of the bun and sausage filled with delicious dressings and sauces gives a delightful chill down our spine that encourages us to eat them when we crave it. Hot dogs make occasions and snack times fun, and they never need a real reason to be eaten.
Through the span of a year, Americans eat around 20 billion wieners; 150 million are eaten on the Fourth of July alone. Over 33% of hotdogs are devoured between Memorial Day and Labor Day, so we’re in top wiener eating season.
So I’m trying to figure it out, and that works out at around 70 wieners for every individual every year. Indeed, that is about right. It’s somewhat less than one per week longer than a year. Furthermore, it’s far less than one every day too. What’s more, indeed, we’re all attempting to make sense of when we last ate a sausage, as well.
WHAT TO EAT WITH MY HOTDOG? AN IMPORTANT QUERY
Alright, so what would it be advisable to put on my sausages, regardless of whether I eat one or 70? Notwithstanding the way that ketchup is the second most well-known dressing in the nation (prevailed over just by mayo), what do individuals generally prefer to put on their sausages? Drum roll please!!!— Mustard!
There are territorial preferences, however. The great individuals of Chicago don’t care for ketchup on meats, as per NHDSC’s Mittenthal. He said he’d make a particular case for ketchup-cherishing kids, yet his gathering suggests that people more than 18 maintain a strategic distance from ketchup. Where’s the adoration for the red sauce now?
WE KNOW YOU KNOW. STILL, WE SHARE
So after a long and detailed discussion over the love for sausages and buns, it’s time to be looking into a classic hot dog recipe that may be known very common among all hotdog lovers. However, still, we wish to share with people who are always looking into the meaning and ingredients of hotdogs.
We know you know how to make it, but still, you never know who is sitting and typing questions about ‘how to make a hotdog’ on Google search bars. So here’s one for those curious minds.
Cut the buns from between and apply a little oil inside. Put them face down on the grill on medium heat.
Put the whole sausages on the grill as well and let them cook by flipping them every one minute for 4-5 minutes. You can also heat the buns and sausages on a skillet and stove.
Set the buns in the tray and put ready sausages, two each in between the buns. Make sure both sausages cover the bread till corners. If your bun is small, you can use one, but hotdog lovers can go for two in one bun as well.
Drip some ketchup, mustard, chili sauce, or chili chunks and onions on the hot dogs.
Cover the bun and enjoy with a fresh drink.