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Very good but in trying to match the hot dog sauce at a local landmark I knew there was no barbecue sauce in it so I omitted it and instead added 2 tbsp. tomato paste 1/2 tsp. cider vinegar a little paprika and cayenne. I also increased the chili powder and cumin. This would be fine without using the food processor but I did pulse this through a few times - again to better match our local place's sauce....which I ended up doing perfectly! Thank for the recipe! With my changes it will appear at every one of our cookouts!
good but a lil too sweet. I made this for a bbq to try something diff nobody put it on their hotdog but several ate it like a sloppy joe on a hamburger bun. This makes a great sloppy joe recipe i would add a lil more spice than sweetness tho
You can't go wrong making this per directions; your unique "signature" rests with YOUR CHOICE particular flavor style BBQ sauce your custom amounts of chili powder AND that size "pinch" of red pepper flakes. This "sauce" has American Cook Out splashed all over it---and can inspire one to construct their own fancy Hot Dog. I butterfly cut the Hot Dog franks; speeds up grill time AND doubles the amount of franks so everyone has plenty to enjoy!!