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Hot Dogs > Original (Michigan) Coney Island Sauce

Original (Michigan) Coney Island Sauce


2 tablespoons margarine
1-1/2 # ground beef
2 medium onions
1 clove garlic
2 tablespoons chili powder
1 tablespoon mustard
6 oz can tomato paste
6 oz water
4 or 5 quality wieners
salt and pepper to taste

Combine all but wieners. Simmer until thick. Grind the wieners and add to the sauce. Stir and cook 15 minutes longer. Some chefs add a few crumbled soda crackers to the sauce if too thin.

Apply steamed wieners to a steamed bun, top with sauce, sweet onions, and mustard. These are a regional delicacy.

Important:
The key to success of these hot dogs is the quality of the wieners. As mentioned previously, the authentic Coney Island dogs use Vienna wieners. I can't get them here, so the best substitute is the best quality all beef wieners you can get in your area. No pork, turkey, and chicken lips type of 49 cents a pound wieners will be good.


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