CONEY SAUCE for HOT DOGS




REED ALSO THE MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS FOR THESE RECIPE, And see ingredient & directions on next page

“My Grandfather owned a drive-in restaurant back in the 1950’s. This is his exact recipe for Coney Dogs from back in the day. I make this on special occasions and it is always hit with friends and family. Enjoy.”

“This is CONEY sauce. Not chili! Ten stars! just upped the ketchup a bit.also try adding dry minced onion instead of fresh. gives it bolder onion flavor.i also reduced vinegar.if you put meat in food processor it makes it more of a classic coney consistency. then to make the flavor really cook together well, i slow cooked in the crock pot.”

“This is CONEY sauce. Not chili! Ten stars! just upped the ketchup a bit.also try adding dry minced onion instead of fresh. gives it bolder onion flavor.i also reduced vinegar.if you put meat in food processor it makes it more of a classic coney consistency. then to make the flavor really cook together well, i slow cooked in the crock pot.”

“This recipe was absolutely great!! The only things I modified were I added a little bit more ketchup and a little bit more Worcestershire sauce.(just a little) I am a true chili dog fan and at first, I thought this recipe would not compare to my traditional chili that I make for hot dogs. But now, this is my new recipe! Thanks Grandpa!”

“Excellent coney sauce. This not a chili dog recipe. There is a difference between a coney and a chili dog. If you want a chili dog, search for a chili dog recipe. I used one of those hand blenders (boat motors) to get the meat fine after I added the sauce.”

“My family and my neighbors really enjoyed this recipe. Using one of those hand blenders I followed the suggestion from a previous review. And found that to be so helpful and handy….now I know how Taco Bell’s taco meat is always this way. I will totally make this again and now use my hand blender in other uses like this. This gets my 5 star. I didn’t change not one thing to this recipe. Everyone had more then one hot dog. Thanks”

Ingredients:

  • 1&1/4 Lbs.- Hamburger
  • 1- Large Onion
  • 1/2- C. Sugar
  • 1/2- C. Chili Powder
  • 1/2- C. Ketchup
  • 1&1/2- C. Water

Directions:

Chop Onion
Mix Hamburger & Onion in skillet
Brown Hamburger & Onion until Hamburger is done.
Drain.
Put mixture back in skillet and add remaining ingredients.
Simmer 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
Serve on Hot Dogs.
Can be frozen until ready to use

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