I'm from Kokomo, Indiana. We know about hotdog sauces and this one is right up our alley. Thank you.
Guest Foodie June 29, 2013 REVIEW:
I doubled this recipe for a large group but didn't end up with too much liquid as the other reviewer mentioned. I imagine that tripling it would take more time to reduce down the liquid so that was probably the issue. The seasonings were very good. We served this over all beef hot dogs on homemade buns (recipe also from this site)
BJ June 11, 2012 REVIEW:
I made this recipe for a large group so I used 15 for the serving size. There was WAY TOO MUCH liquid. Luckily, I had started the night before I needed it so I placed the entire pan in the refrigerator overnight. The next day I simmered uncovered on low for several hours to reduce the volume of liquid. The house smelled wonderful, the recipe reduced nicely and everyone who ate it loved the taste. Just build in the extra time to reduce the excess liquid and this is a great recipe.
Gmadiane April 1, 2012 REVIEW:
This recipe has all of the ingredients for a great Greek chili dog.
I used chicken instead of beef and used my motorboat to get rid if any chunks.
Really good and healthy!
bonnie May 26, 2010 REVIEW:
Oh this is so close to the coney dogs in Michigan. The taste is sooooooo good. I tried many recipes until I found this one and no other will do now. Added a little less cayenne pepper.
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