Cooking, eating, Food

3 Most Delicious Hot Dogs in the World … Oh Yeah!


Originally called frankfurters, their origin can be traced back to 1852 in Frankfurt, Germany. From the start, frankfurters were basically small sausages.

GERMAN STYLE

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Today, some are made entirely of one type of meat, such as beef, pork, chicken, or turkey. There are even vegetarian hot dogs that contain no meat at all. Many hot dogs, however, are more like traditional sausages, because they are made from a secret recipe containing a mixture of a variety of ingredients.

NEW YORK STYLE

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Although there are as many special recipes out there, most of them consist of a similar set of ingredients. These include meat, meat fat, filler (such as flour or bread crumbs), egg whites, and spices. Some popular spices include salt, pepper, onion, and garlic.

TEXAN!

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5 thoughts on “3 Most Delicious Hot Dogs in the World … Oh Yeah!”

      1. Idk, I’m rarely eating outside nowadays, only if it’s a nice restaurant. I like hot dogs I guess, but i tried it first time probably mmm when I was 29yo. So I don’t have any attachments. 🙃When I grew up & later on in my life – we never ate outside, only at home = homemade meals. Btw I’m eating everything bcz 100% vegan diet & vegetarian doesn’t work for me, I don’t feel well, but I love sometimes vegan/vegetarian meals – at least twice a week :))

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