Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I thoroughly enjoyed this recipe. I tripled the sauce and doubled the number of hotdogs. I put it all in the slow cooker for about 6 hours on high. Served on hotdog buns. Excellent!
This was good! Instead of boiling the hot dogs, I sliced and sauteed them with the onions. The warm, tangy sauce went great with the cool, crisp cucumber slaw I made. I served it all with chips ...
I enjoyed this dish. I put it in hot dog buns, which worked well, but could also see serving it on its own with sides of potato salad and a creamy slaw. A nice tangy sauce!
i like this sauce! Don't know if the bf will, but he wasn't here for dinner, so that's his problem! The honey is sort of an after taste--kind of nice. I'm a bread girl, so I served on hot dog...
I decided to make this tonight when I went to make hot dogs, and realised I didn't have any buns. Ok, so it's nothing fancy obviously, but it's quick and pretty darn tasty. We had it with fresh ...
This is easy and delicious everyone loved it...husband and children. This recipe is great to take as a covered dish to a bbq or picnic.
I made these for my son one night, he's 2 and he ate almost 2 hot dogs. He loved them.
I am not a fan of ketchup, so I used BBQ sauce instead, and I only had Spicy Southwest Mustard in the refrigerator, still very good!! Perfect for a starving grumpy husband that needs something ...
This was okay. Kids liked it better than we did. Doesn't really "go" with anything.