Amidst the wedding madness, my Mom and I hosted a little cookout with a HOT DOG topping bar! We’re sharing our 3 recipes created for the party! Chili isn’t the only fun topping you can add to a hot dog. We tried some more unusual flavors to top Hebrew National Hot Dogs and our friends loved the outcome – “the 3 P’s”: Pizza, Peach, + Pepper!
1/2 cup cherry tomatoes
2 tablespoons mozzarella cheese, shredded
1 teaspoon oregano seasoning
1/4 cup diced pepperoni slices
basil, for garnish
Slice cherry tomatoes. Add in mozzarella, sliced pepperoni, and oregano seasoning. Add fresh ground pepper. Stir until mixed. Garnish with basil. Top on hot dogs!
2 peaches, sliced and cubed
1/2 teaspoon ginger, grated
1/2 red onion, diced
Optional: 2 tablespoons salsa
Mix peaches, ginger, onion, and salsa and stir well. Garnish with sliced peaches! Top on hot dogs!
1 yellow bell pepper
1 green jalapeno
1 orange bell pepper
2 tablespoons salsa
Dice bell peppers and jalapeno. Mix with salsa and stir together. Add fresh ground pepper. Top on hot dogs!
Win a trip to NEW YORK…
among other prizes with the Hebrew National Snap + Share contest! So snap up your summer grilling hot dog pics and enter away! Photo contest participants will be entered to win a weekly grocery store gift card prize for all their summer BBQ needs. There’s also a grand prize ball game trip to New York City for two!
1). Visit the Hebrew National Facebook page!
2). Click on ‘Snap & Share’ and LIKE the page to enter the contest.
3). Start the hunt for Hebrew National!
More about Hebrew National: ”Hebrew National tastes great because, for more than 100 years, we’ve adhered to the highest quality standards. Hebrew National all-beef franks contain no artificial flavors, no artificial colors, no by-products, and no fillers. That’s our guarantee. They are made with premium cuts of 100% pure kosher beef and provide premium taste and high quality every time, for any occasion.”
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