Spice up your hot dogs with this delicious recipe for Crock-Pot Chili Coney Dog Sauce. A mild ground beef based chili that is slow cooked to perfection!
Crock-Pot Chili Coney Dog Sauce
Summer cook-out season is upon us. And any good cook-out needs hot dogs.
Well… if you are in my house you need hot dogs. My youngest child loves hot dogs as long as it is those “regular” ones and not the beef ones that I always buy. She normally doesn’t notice that I fed her a beef hot dog until she has already eaten the hot dog.
I found a great recipe for chili coney dog sauce and decided to make it in the crock-pot. Once you cook the hamburger and drain it of the drippings, you add the cooked hamburger and the remaining ingredients in the crock-pot. Cook it on LOW for at least 4 hours.
I had the neighbor cook some hot dogs on the grill for us. Put the hog dog in bun and add about two good spoonfuls of the chili coney dog sauce on top of the hot dog. And just serve. You can add other toppings too…cheese is always good. But you can add diced onion, jalapeño peppers, mustard, whatever makes your mouth smile!
My neighbor does a lot of taste testing for me. I like that he gives me his honest opinion and will offer constructive criticism. I served him the first one.
He enjoyed it so much that he had two! I also ended up being a hot dog pig and had two myself, and I am not a big hot dog eater.
You could take this to a cook-out and serve it straight out of the crock. Heck…you can even cook your hot dogs in one slow cooker and bring this sauce in another!
This sauce also freezes really well…let it cool to room temperature and then put it into labeled freezer containers and store in the freezer for up to 6 months.
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