Member Login

Do I have to register?
Username

Password

Remember me
Forgotten your password??
No account yet? Create one
Have a profile? Activate it
The Cookie Jar Is Empty

We need your help again!


WE CAN ALSO NOW ACCEPT RECURRING MONTHLY DONATIONS!

Donate once OR you can automatically give a little each month.

We are NOT a corporate sponsored forum. 
We are MEMBER SUPPORTED. There NEVER is and NEVER will be any obligation to donate. Donations are used to help fund operations. Should you choose to donate, the amount is entirely up to you...
(To donate using your credit card, click on "Continue" at the BOTTOM of the first PayPal page, right below "Don't have a PayPal account?")

GreenEggers Poll

Currently no polls available to vote

Welcome Newbies!!!!

Welcome Newbies!!!!

If you've just purchased your new Big Green Egg, or are thinking of purchasing a Big Green Egg, or even if you're one of the many seasoned "Eggers", check out this great new resource... Jam packed with great references and sources of enlightenment about this truly unique cooking vessel that rewrites the book on outdoor cooking!

It's EASY to join, just CLICK HERE and fill out our short registration form.


Use the following links to view help on navigating the forum or to view the forum in one of two views... "Classic" or "Flat".

View forum Quick Start

View forum in "CLASSIC" view

View forum in "FLAT" view


Use the following links to view the Quick Reference for BGE resources.

BGE Quick Reference Part 1: CLICK HERE!

BGE Quick Reference Part 2: CLICK HERE!

Home
GreenEggers Forum
Spiral Cut Hot Dogs message has embedded images

Platinum Egger

Posts: 3873
graphgraph



Return to index

Posted by: Griffin on 2012/10/05 09:06:13  

Not sure where I first saw this, but I remember seeing it in quite a few places on the net back in June and July. We don't eat a lot of hot dogs, but after the ranch last weekend, we had quite a few we needed to get rid of so I thought I would give it a go. The thinking behind it is:

1.It allows the hot dog to cook up straight as an arrow allowing for an even char on all sides.
2.They fit in a bun perfectly.
3.There is more surface area so you get more crispy, caramelized meaty goodness.
4.The threads form little crevices so chunky condiments like onions and relish don’t slide around.
5.It looks cool so it makes a great conversation piece.


Start off by skewering a hot dog. Then take a knife and cut the hot dog diagonally while rolling it away from you.


I like a bit of chili on my dogs, so I threw a cast iron skillet on the to get it warmed up.


Then the dogs


After a few minutes


I plated mine up with some crinkle cut fries, one dog got chili, cheese and mustard, the other got sauerkraut and mustard.


Stacie didn't want hot dogs. Instead she went with weenies and sauerkraut, something she grew up with as a kid. Not sure if its a Czech thing or not. Sometimes she uses brats or sausage. Anyway, cast iron skillet with a bit of butter, throw in some chopped dogs/brats/sausage, allow to brown up, dump in some sauerkraut and allow that to warm up for a bit. Quick, easy, cheap food.


I thought the spiral cut did allow for more char and I was able to get more condiments on my dog without them falling out the back end. Being chili, that may or may not have been a good thing. :wink: All in all, I think it was a successful technique and it only takes a few minutes. I'd probably do it again, not that we eat a lot of hot dogs. Anyway, hope everybody has a great weekend with lots of grilling in store. :D

~Jason

http://griffinsgrub.wordpress.com/

Richardson, Texas

Return to index



Thread map:

Latest Recipes

  • Coffee Rub... WOW!
       (Sauces, Rubs and Marinades)
       Carolina Q
       2014-03-14 06:57 PM
  • Chorizo Sausage
       (Pork)
       Joan Gaedke - Austin Egghead
       2013-05-26 12:46 PM
  • Egret's Ham
       (Pork)
       John Hall
       2013-03-30 02:30 PM
Total Recipes: 925
add a new recipe...
more...

EggtoberFest Recipes

Wise One has compiled the recipes from some of our past EGGtoberfests for your enjoyment and they're available right here!

Note: Wise One's cookbooks are published as "PDF" files which require Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.

Forum Census

Thursday, Jul 31, 2014 3:37 pm
30698 registered users
1 today
7 this week
61 this month
Last: ThaSlacker
Total Posts: 1,208,914

Our New Members

  • RA51
       2014-07-27 04:22 PM