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A&W Coney Island Sauce

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Rating: 3/5 3 stars
9 reviews
2 comments


recipe is ready in 2-5 hrs time: 2-5 hrs

serves/makes:   25 cups

  

recipe id: 9146
cook method: stovetop

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ingredients

5 pounds ground beef
2 small onions, finely chopped
64 ounces tomato paste
64 ounces canned tomato puree
1 1/2 cup sugar
1/3 cup cider vinegar
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 tablespoon black pepper
1 tablespoon celery seed
3 tablespoons salt PLUS"PLUS" means this ingredient in addition to the one on the next line, often with divided uses
1 teaspoon salt

directions

Brown hamburger and onions in very large skillet; drain. Add remaining ingredients and simmer for 3 1/2 hours. Stir frequently, as it will tend to stick. This freezes well.

cook's notes

To get that authentic taste, use only Kogel franks and rehydrate dry minced onions in boiling water.


nutrition

104 calories, 3 grams fat, 16 grams carbohydrates, 4 grams protein per 1/4 cup.
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shared by: Meg, San Francisco



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I obviously had to scale this down considerably size wise for home use. Made as directed then let simmer in my crock pot. Very good! I have never seen Kogel franks but I used organic all beef franks and they were delicious with the sauce.



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This recipe has a very strong tomato base while other coney recipes do not. I question whether the person who submitted this recipe meant that we should add 1 1/2 cups of sugar. I made the recipe as printed and the sauce was quite sweet for a meat sauce - I had to tone down the sweetness by adding more vinegar. I also added more beef to make my end product look like the photo - without the addition of the beef the sauce was more tomato sauce than a beef sauce.



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Member since: May 13, 2010
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i have cooked enough that I should have known by looking at the ingredients that something was wrong with the recipe @ cups sugar waaayyyy too much and too much celery seed maybe even too much chili powder and not enough tomato find another recipe I agree with another post its like candy hamburger with celery seed



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Apr 3, 2010

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Well being a cook and also an avid internet researcher, I would venture to say there is a major type-o in the recipe. Most recipes only call for 1-2 tbsp of sugar so I would say it was supposed to be 2 tbsp of sugar, not 2 cups. and the celery seed was more than likely was supposed to be 1/4 tsp. I have not seen another recipe that used more than 1 tsp of celery seed. Adjust the salt as well, you want to stay alive long enough to make it again if it's good. I actually wouldn't even want to taste this recipe the way it is written. A&W has been a frequent of mine since childhood and I am making it a tradition with my kids, unfortunately they are disappearing as fast as our liberties are in this country. I hope to find a recipe or master my own that tastes like it soon. Good eatin' and God Bless



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Ok, definately way, way too much sugar and celery seed. And I honestly believe the poster meant tomato PASTE, not puree. (Never seen a six oz can of puree) Anywy, definately not enough puree. I put in 2 -29 oz cans, extra vinegar and ketchup to help counter the sweetness, it's better but its still not very good. I have eaten at A&W's across the country and never had a dog that tasted like that. I will not make this sauce again.



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Way too much sugar even when cut in half.



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Nov 3, 2009

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I agree a waste of and ingredients time. 1 6oz can of tomato puree not even close to enough. 4 tablesoons of celery seed way way to much



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Just drain the grease and cut back on the sugar, I did half the sugar and the recipe turned out great. WE LOVE IT



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Instead of the tomato puree I used Campbells tomato soup and only made enough for dinner and had left overs.Taste just like the real thing. Sooo good!



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I disagree with the previous review that only gave this 1 star.

I use lean ground beef and drain it before adding the other ingredients. You definitely need to drain off the grease.

I have never had A&W Chili Sauce, so I can't say if it compares as a copycat recipe or not. Regardless, this makes some darn good dog sauce.

I make this for all of our large cookouts during the summer and people have come to expect that it will be there when we grill dogs. It is a bit sweet, but it's very tasty and I get lots of compliments on this recipe.



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