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Coney Island Hot Dogs

Coney Island Hot Dogs recipe
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These hot dogs, topped with a mixture of ground beef, onions, tomato sauce and chili powder, deliver quintessential amusement park flavor.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
10 servings
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posted:
4/19/2007
added a bit more chili powder and some garlic. then cheese on top.
posted:
1/25/2007
This recipe is good. Made ahead, when reheated needed to add little water. Served with chili peppers and chili powder to make it hotter.
posted:
11/4/2006
very good and very easy to make. Kids loved it
posted:
8/4/2006
Great for camping! Needs few ingredients, can be made in one pot, tastes great and is filling.
posted:
2/12/2006
Wow!! This recipe turned out great. My family and I was looking for a chili that has less fat than the canned verisons and so the only other thing to do is make it your-self. This recipe is very quick and so tastey. My kids loved them and the next time that we have hotdogs this will be the recipe that we use. Thank you Kraft Foods.
posted:
4/16/2005
Best yet! Has become a family favorite.
posted:
10/13/2004
It was a blow out at a party that we had especially with the kids.
posted:
5/23/2004
This is very much like the recipe my mother used for years, except she didn't add the steak sauce; Instead she added about two tablespoons of mustard. My dad loved these! And so did my sisters and I. A blast form the past!
posted:
12/3/2003
To make them more like real Coney Island Hot Dogs, Once you follow all the steps and place meat on top of each dog, put them all on a baking sheet...Turn oven to Broil. On top of meat add grated cheddar cheese and finely chopped onions. Broil until cheese melts...Watch closely, you don't want to burn the buns, you just want them toasted and the cheese to melt.
posted:
9/5/2003
This was too much like a sloopy joe only using franks instead of ground meat.
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