8 Reviews

Now that's a hotdog! tasty, juicey and delicious! I had a couple of slices of yellow sweet pepper and tomato slices to use up, so I chopped them up and added them to the onions and garlic. Also added half a teaspoon of chipotle sauce for a little kick. Before putting them under the broiler I added a layer of cheddar cheese to melt into the sauce. mmmmmm yum! I cut the recipe back to just two, worked out just fine. I will be making these again, thanks for posting.

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Derf May 17, 2007

I omitted the sugar but otherwise followed the recipe as written. The tangy sauce was a different way to enjoy hot dogs.

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iris5555 May 23, 2010

This made a nice lunch for DH today and went together in no time. It is a bit tangy and you have to have a love for onions. We've never had RedDevil HotDogs b/f and so this was a first. I"m glad I tagged this recipe and finally can say we have:-). Made for ZaarStars.~

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CoffeeB May 23, 2009

Devilishly delicious!! We've never had anything like this before,and we loved it!! This was so easy to make,and really enhanced a plain old hotdog,making it into a gourmet delight.I took a leaf out of Derf's book and melted a slice of cheese on the top before placing into our Caramelized Onion Bread (Bread Machine) rolls.Delicious!!! Thanks for sharing a real goody kizzikate!!!

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Noo February 15, 2009

We were WAAAY surprised at how deliciously different this made our dot dogs!!!!! My husband was very leery of the sauce, as he observed it simmering on the stove, but after tasting it added to the dogs, it was a huge hit for both of us. It tastes like a great, and even better, combination of the condiments that we usually add seperately, with added zing. The only problem now is that I am afraid that my husband will always want me to make our dogs this way (even when I am feeling a bit lazy :-). Thanks for a fun keeper!

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Helping Hands August 01, 2008

This recipe is almost identical to Red Hot Devils which we make a few times a month at our house when the kids are in charge of dinner - they love Red Hot Devils....maybe it is the catchy name - lol!!

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MAMACITA SENORITA July 02, 2007

I made this using pre-cooked Italian sausages in place of hot dogs, next time I will give it a try using jumbo hot dogs, I did not have any around at the time I was making this, this is a great sandwich, thanks for sharing Kizzi!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz June 19, 2007

We liked these. It was like having bbq'd hot dogs. Nice difference to have. Thanks! :D

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Mysterygirl May 16, 2007
Red Devil Hot Dogs