Recipe by CookingBride
There are many recipes out there for lil smokies and I have tried them all, but none compare to this recipe. The sauce has just enough of a tasty mix of sweet from the brown sugar and spicy from the dijon mustard
Top Review by mishel.1971
I have tried endless sweet and sour grape jelly recipes and hated them all. This easy recipe is AMAZING. The sauce is perfect at first, but when the weenies release liquid, it gets runny. I fix this by starting them simmering on the stove for the first 45 min, and then transferring only the weenies to a crock pot while leaving the sauce on the stove. I turn up the heat pretty high while constantly stirring to reduce the sauce to a thick consistency before adding it to the crock pot with the weenies (5 min or so? ). I also have used Nathans hot dogs cut up when I did not have Lil smokies on hand it that is pretty good too. I LOVE this sauce.
- 2 (907.18 g) package Little Smokies sausages
- 236.59 ml brown sugar
- 118.29 ml ketchup
- 59.14 ml Dijon mustard (any prepared brown mustard will do)