This is phenomenol. I have bought Tony Packos hot dog sauce for years because of the secret ingedients that I could just not put my finger on. I have tried to duplicate over the years. Your sauce may not be quite the same but the cloves in this really add a nice flavor I made this last night and the whole family is requesting this again for lunch today!
I made this Coney Island Sauce a couple days before our family cookout I called Coney Island Day. Reheated the sauce in a crock pot outside and let everyone top their dogs themselves. The sauce was a big hit. Everyone loved it on grilled Brats and Beef Ball Park Dogs. Thanks for the recipe.
This sauce is so good on hot dogs, and we really enjoyed them with New England Style Hot Dog Rolls/Buns (For Lobster Rolls Etc.). The rolls were so tender and delicious, and the sauce over the hot dogs were the ultimate! Even my littlest one liked them. Thanks!
I have been looking for a real good coney island sauce,and I have found it! I used my food processor to fine chop the onion and cooked and sauted onions and hamberger together.I also used it to fine chop the hot dogs.Omitted the margarine and butter.Added all to the pot but did make a few changes. I used 1 tsp garlic powder,rather than the 1 clove mentioned.Also I used Franks hot sauce. I used a 8oz can of tomato sauce and only 4oz water. I used Dijon mustard and added 1 tsp chile sauce. Let this simmer for 2 hours before dinner..I served hot dogs on a bun with a generous helping of this sauce topped with fine chopped onion. I love this sauce,great flavor and have it laminated in my cookbook..We had 2 meals and froze 2 for later date..Great way of using up old hotdogs,leftover from camping trip..This sauce will be enjoyed on our next camping trip..Thank U for this wonderful recipe..