A crowd favourite! Hot dogs, but how do make the timeless grill classic a dish to impress? By dishing out the best toppings and turning it into a culinary adventure. Grill Master Damien Chong always includes classic toppings like onions, ketchup, and relish, but he mixes it up with bold toppings such as mac and cheese, pickles, blue cheese. Don’t forget to dress up the hot dogs, Damien’s favourite is bacon wrapped hot dogs.
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Tasty tip: Preheat the grill to clean the grates then turn the heat down to medium.
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Rotisserie - The Weber Rotisserie is the ultimate showstopper, produces succulent, self-basted meat that’ll wow the crowd.
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Chicago-Style Hot Dogs
4 to 5 min.
medium tomatoes, cut crosswise into 0.5 centimetre slices
all-beef hot dogs, each about 115 grams
hot dog buns, preferably poppy seed, split
pepperoncini or sport peppers
dill pickles, cut into spears
finely chopped yellow onion
sweet pickle relish, preferably emerald green Chicago-style relish
Cut each tomato slice in half to make half-moons.
Prepare the grill for direct cooking over medium heat (180°C to 230°C).
Brush the cooking grates clean. Grill the hot dogs over direct medium heat, with the lid closed, until nicely browned, 4 to 5 minutes, turning once. During the last 30 seconds of grilling time, toast the buns, cut-side down, over direct heat.
Place a grilled hot dog in each bun with two tomato slices, two peppers, a pickle spear, chopped onion, pickle relish and mustard. Finish with a generous dash of celery salt. Serve warm.
Have all your delicious toppings ready even before the dogs hit the grill!
Are your hotdogs burnt on the outside and cold on the inside? Stop cooking on a high flame. Grilling on a medium flame or even indirect heat for a longer period will ensure a hot hotdog all the way through.
Don't burn your mouth due to excitement of eating a delicious hot dog!!!