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This truly was a yummy sauce, I divided it in half, only my hubby and me, but it was still perfect!!! He loved it....
Very easy to make although the prep was longer than 5 minutes more like 20min. I had to simmer it longer also. But the finished product was excellent. I have been trying to clone a sauce from an area hot dog shop for years and this is better so it is a KEEPER. Thanks for sharing! CandleLady9ah
Until I saw your recipe I had never thought of having a sauce ready to use for hot dogs...this was really great. I'm just getting around to posting some reviews so I wanted to be sure and tell you that this made the family happy when we decided to have hot dogs for dinner. Thanks for posting!
This recipe definately improved your average hot dog. I cut the recipe in half and there is still alot leftover. May find another use for it being that we are not big fans of hot dogs and don't eat them often. I did make one change by adding in a litle cumin. Thank you for posting this recipe. It will be prepared in the future...but for a crowd.
Excellent recipe. this is very close to our dairy queen chili dog sauce. although i had to simmer for closer to 2 hours, definitely worth it. I froze the leftovers in 3 individual bags for later use. thanks.
This is actually better than our 'locally famous' hot dog shop's sauce! It is just delicious!
This sauce was good. I used it over pretzel dogs, and everybody loved them!
This made a ton!! We even had enough to freeze a whole seperate supper for this family of supper! Great recipe!!
I did really enjoy this hot dog sauce, but I had to double the spices and add cumin and coriander so that the heat wasn't all at the same part of the mouth. This recipe is for a good mild sauce. If you like a zingier sauce, tweak with it and see.
This was very good and easy. I left out the brown sugar and added a pinch or two of cayenne just because we don't like things to sweet.