Chili Dog Recipe

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There are few things more indulgent than biting into a chili dog. With a indulgent bun, all-beef hot frump, warm ground beef chili, and melted cheddar cheese, this easy recipe is the best means to eat a hot andiron .

Complete the meal with a creamy cucumber salad and some corn on the cob !

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What is a chili dog

A chili dog is the best hot chase recipe about ! It ‘s made with a dim-witted, bean-free chili that gets piled high on top of a hot pawl. then we add some cheddar tall mallow which melts on the chili then a sprinkle of green onions finishes off this whole delectable batch .
warn : make certain to have a few napkins at hand ; you ‘ll need them !
And if you have some leftover chili in your electric refrigerator ( possibly from one of our many chili recipes ), you can use that and sit down to a chili dog feast in bare minutes .

How to make chili dogs

This recipe is deliciously uncomplicated. If you’re using leftover chili, you can skip right past the first step and move on to cooking the dogs.

  1. Make the chili. After browning the ground beef and sauteing the onion and garlic, add a can of diced tomatoes and season it with chili powder, honey, salt, and pepper. While the chili recipe is very basic, it’s richly flavored and perfect on top of hot dogs.
  2. Grill the hot dogs over a fire (always the best!), on your BBQ, or even in a pan on your stove.
  3. Warm the bun. Spread a little butter on the inside of the bun and place it face down on your grill or in a pan for a minute to toast.
  4. Assemble your dog. You know how this goes … hot dog in a bun and chili, mustard, cheese, onions, anything else you like on top.

Full recipe in the recipe card below .
A close up of a chili dog.

Favorite hot dog toppings

There is no argue to hold back on the toppings here. These dogs are deliciously messy, thus go ahead and overload your bun !

  • Make it a chili cheese dog with a generous pile of shredded cheddar cheese.
  • Onions – minced red onion, chives, or green onion all work great.
  • Crispy bacon.
  • Pickled jalapeños or banana peppers.

What type of buns should I use? We always use brioche buns when making hot dogs. They ‘re perfectly soft and goner well without becoming dry. They ‘re besides the lone buns that freeze truly well, so we always have some in our deep-freeze.
But if you ‘ve got a different kind of hot frank bun on hand, use that ! These chili dogs will be delightful on any bun you like. What type of hot dogs should I use? We about always use all-beef hot dogs from our darling local butch. But sometimes we go big with a smokie or bavarian sausage. There is no wrong answer about what kind of hot chase to use. If you have a favored kind, manipulation that. It will be delightful ! How long does hot dog chili last? The chili will last for three days in your electric refrigerator. If you have leftovers and want to eat it by itself, add some beans or corn when you warm it up for a heartier chili. Can I freeze this hot dog chili recipe? Yes ! Chili freeze excellent. We love these reclaimable Stasher deep-freeze bags to freeze all sorts of things, including chili. The chili will keep well for 3-4 months in your deep-freeze. Two chili dogs on a plate with chips.

What to serve with chili dogs

Chili dogs are a fun and easy lunch or dinner all by themselves. But some veggies on the side can help round out the meal.

If you’re feeling adventurous, try these chili dogs with one of our many chili recipes:
A close up of a chili cheese dog.

Two chili dogs on a plate with chips.

Chili Dogs

There are few things more indulgent than biting into a chili dog. With a soft bun, all-beef hot dog, warm ground beef chili, and melted cheddar cheese, this easy recipe is the best way to eat a hot dog. 

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Ingredients

  • 1

    lb

    lean ground beef

  • 1

    medium

    onion, minced

  • 4

    cloves

    garlic, minced

  • 1

    tablespoon

    beloved

  • 2

    tablespoons

    chili powder, or more if you like it hot

  • 14

    ounce

    can diced tomatoes, fire-roasted tomatoes are big in this recipe !

  • 1

    teaspoon

    each : sea salt and pepper

  • 8

    hot dogs or smokies

  • 8

    brioche hot chase buns, gluten-free buns, if needed

  • 1

    cup

    shredded cheddar tall mallow

  • Chopped green onions, to serve

Instructions 

  • Add the ground beef to a small pot over medium heat. Let it cook until you see some fat in the pan then add the onion and garlic. Continue to cook until the meat is no longer pink and the onion is soft, about 5 minutes. 

    1 lb lean ground beef,

    1 medium onion,

    4 cloves garlic

  • Add the beloved and chili powder to the batch and raise well. Let it cook for 2-3 minutes to caramelize the honey then add the cube tomatoes, salt, and pepper. Let the chili simmer on moo heat while you prepare the dogs and buns.

    1 tablespoon honey,

    2 tablespoons chili powder,

    14 ounce can diced tomatoes,

    1 teaspoon EACH: sea salt and pepper

  • Cook the hot dogs and warm the bun over a fire, on a grill, or in a pan on your stove. When they ‘re ready, put a hot andiron in each bun and crown with ¼ cup of the chili, 2 tablespoons of chopped cheddar, and some fleeceable onions. ( See notes )

    8 hot dogs or smokies,

    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese,

    Chopped green onions,

    8 brioche hot dog buns

Notes

You can add any other condiments you like to your bun. Mustard is the popular choice and many people like mayo, too. There are no right or wrong answers here!

Serving:

1

hot dog

,

Calories:

385

kcal

,

Carbohydrates:

35

g

,

Protein:

25

g

,

Fat:

16

g

,

Saturated Fat:

7

g

,

Polyunsaturated Fat:

2

g

,

Monounsaturated Fat:

6

g

,

Trans Fat:

1

g

,

Cholesterol:

70

mg

,

Sodium:

970

mg

,

Potassium:

396

mg

,

Fiber:

2

g

,

Sugar:

6

g

,

Vitamin A:

735

IU

,

Vitamin C:

2

mg

,

Calcium:

204

mg

,

Iron:

4

mg

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A close up of a chili cheese dog and the recipe title on top of the picture.

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