Grilled beef franks are served with a mixture of grilled corn, black beans, and salsa. For spicier flavor, use medium or hot prepared salsa. Use 1 cup frozen corn in place of corn-on-the-cob. Cook corn in a skillet with onions and peppers. Serve with tortilla chips and chopped fresh cilantro.
Grilled plump beef franks served in a bun with a contemporary Southern twist—topped with a fat-free, sweet-and-sour broccoli cole slaw! Kids will never know they are eating broccoli when you make this cole slaw! It is a colorful and delicious way to add rich vitamins to their diet. Substitute your favorite buns for a unique variation. The broccoli cole slaw may be made several hours in advance. Cover and refrigerate. This cole slaw makes enough to serve 8 Southern-Style Grilled Hebrew National® Franks—if desired.
Beef franks, corn, red onion, and bell peppers are skewered and brushed with a chili-mustard sauce. These colorful kabobs may be assembled ahead of time, packed on ice, and taken to the park or beach to barbecue. For hickory flavor, soak 2 cups hickory chips in water, drain, and place over hot coals before grilling kabobs. Substitute frozen corn thawed for fresh corn-on-the-cob.
A colorful main dish pasta salad combining sliced Hebrew National® beef franks, yellow peppers, peas, and tomatoes tossed with vinaigrette and served warm. For variety, substitute your child's favorite summer veggies or your child's favorite shaped pasta. For a "lightened" version of this recipe, combine 2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 tablespoons white wine vinegar, 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt and 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper for dressing and proceed with recipe as directed. Tip: Don't have white wine vinegar on hand? Substitute 1 teaspoon grated lemon zest and 1/3 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice.
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